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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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Fixed bridge - Of prestressed girders and piles, cast-in-place pier caps, and roadway reinforced with epoxy-coated steel bars.
Eight swing bridges for road crossings had to be designed in addition to fixed bridges, and a movable aqueduct was erected at Barton to carry the Bridgewater Canal over the Manchester Ship Canal.
In essence, floating bridges are permanently moored marine structures rather than conventional fixed bridges. The analytical methods used to predict the response of more conventional bridge structures typically are not applicable to floating bridges.
The various modular elements of the terminal piers--gate boxes which can be locked together in series for larger passenger volumes, flexible combinations of fixed bridges to serve large or small planes, and slot-in elements housed in separately articulated zones for vertical and horizontal circulation and ducts--are demonstrated in a wooden model which operates as smoothly as an interlocking Chinese puzzle.
* For cleaning fixed bridges, you'll need a floss threader (or special floss made with a stiff threader section) to get the floss between the bottom of the bridge and your gums, as well as perhaps an interdental brush.
Other frequent causes for failures are poor aesthetics, technical problems (fractures of the fixed bridges, porcelain fractures, wear of occlusal surfaces), endodontic treatment through the retainer, and periodontal diseases.15,16 Little work has been done to explore the various patient reported and clinically assessed complications associated with failed and failing fixed dental prosthesis.
The bridge crewmembers of an MRBC are responsible for the construction and dismantling of fixed bridges, which are semipermanent structures that provide lines of communication for units on the ground.
Above, fixed bridges support technical equipment, an d to one side a 2m deep bay with an enormous window onto the inner courtyard forms a kind of side-stage engaging public attention.
For them, there's an alternative to removable dentures, fixed bridges, and missing teeth--dental implants.