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To close. The term often refers to closing a track-at-once session on a CD-R disc. See disc fixation.
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This study highlights the visual outcome after scleral fixated IOL along with the complications associated with the procedure.
Dai Davies, former head of royal protection for the Metropolitan Police, said: "In about 70 per cent of cases where there have been attacks, the fixated person has indicated before the incident they are going to do something.
The 'Baby' hitmaker, who has a decent handicap of eight, got fixated on the player after twiddling on his PGA Tour game into the early hours.
SENT TO PRISON: The judge said Keeley Harvey-Mason was fixated by her own problems
INVESTORS fixated on the faltering US economy brushed off the type of merger news that normally starts rallies yesterday.
Ms Suleman said: "I know now that I may or may not have really deep down wanted that many siblings, but at the time I was so focused and fixated on wanting so many that I just kept going.
A COVENTRY teacher has hit out at the government for feeding a "culture fixated on failure" by demanding that coasting schools improve.
In a nutshell: A thriller less about the Zodiac Killer than about the men fixated on finding him.
As your magazine has become somewhat fixated on "straight-acting" gay men, it's bizarre that you think it necessary to force the classification of a flamboyant 12-year-old as gay.
Cameron, on the other hand, is fixated on getting a breast augmentation, convinced that this is the next step to making her feel better about herself.
Notice that as a subset to this argument, most Washington politicians are fixated on the need for Congress to "fix" the alternative minimum tax problem within the tax code.
Our national indigenous communities coast to coast have been fixated on the anger and despair over the residential schools, with low self-esteem and confidence.