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fixture

1. Property law an article attached to land and regarded as part of it
2. a device to secure a workpiece in a machine tool
3. Chiefly Brit a sports match or social occasion

Fixture

Any item that is fixed permanently to a building, such as lighting and sanitary fixtures.

fixture

[′fiks·chər]
(civil engineering)
An object permanently attached to a structure, such as a light or sink.
(mechanical engineering)
A device used to hold and position a piece of work without guiding the cutting tool.

fixture

1. Any item which was once tangible personal property, but which by virtue of its affixation to real property is deemed to be permanently merged into it.
2. An electrical device which is secured to a wall or ceiling, and used to hold lamps; a luminaire.
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Based on the material type, the global plumbing fixtures market can be segmented into:
The fixture lists for the top flight and all three Football League divisions appeared online with separate PDF files to reveal the "schedule" of every one of the 92 clubs.
The building in this application had T-bay fixtures mounted over 20 feet high, each with four 54-watt T-5HO lamps per fixture.
There is an immense installed base of Edison socket fixtures, and manufacturers have responded by producing high efficacy lamps.
The only way to avoid uneven runs of fixtures in future seasons is to fit teams' requests into the basic fixture schedule as well as possible but to ignore any requests from clubs which can't be satisfied without altering the schedule.
The product allows managers and electrical contractors to update to energy-efficient LED without the added cost of purchasing new fixtures.
As in other markets, LED fixtures are making inroads, but vehicular demand for HID fixtures (in the form of xenon headlights) will also continue to grow.
Yieh notes that an efficient lighting fixture may cost 10-30% more than an inefficient one, but can save considerable electric bill to allow recouping the purchasing cost in a year, or even six months, and that a quality lighting fixture is durable and minimizes glaring.
Many leaseholders, in particular brewers and pub companies, have had cause to wonder to whom trade fixtures and fittings at a public house belong.
The Walters Group has built a fantastic course, and in terms of numbers fixtures, it needs to be up there to fulfil anything like its potential.
won in both the portable desk/task lighting and undercabinet lighting categories with its Personal Lighting System desk lamp and undercabinet fixtures.