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fixed

1. (of an element) held in chemical combination
2. (of a substance) nonvolatile
3. Astrology of, relating to, or belonging to the group consisting of the four signs of the zodiac Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius, which are associated with stability
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Alopa Networks, Inc., has unveiled its Alopa MetaServ QuickStart Platform for fixed wireless MultiChannel, Multipoint Distribution Systems (MMDS) and Local Multi-Point Distribution Service (LMDS) operators.
The first determination that must be made with respect to any rental agreement that does not meet the de minimis exception is whether the lease provides for "increasing or decreasing rent." A rental agreement has increasing or decreasing rent if during the lease term the annualized fixed rent allocated to any rental period exceeds the annualized fixed rent allocated to any other rental period.(23) A rental agreement allocates fixed rent only if the rental agreement unambiguously specifies, for periods of no longer than a year, a fixed amount of rent for which the lessee becomes liable on account of the property during that period, and the total amount of fixed rent specified is equal to the total amount of fixed rent payable under the lease.
The two-year fixed rate is down to 5.49 per cent from 5.79 per cent, the three-year fixed offer is down to 6.19 per cent from 6.59 per cent and the five-year rate is fixed at 6.69 per cent from 6.99.
Among the refinancing transactions studied in the survey, slightly more than 80 percent of the original loans had fixed rates (table 5), roughly the same proportion of FRMs as among all mortgages surveyed.
Bird-Johnson, a leader in the manufacture of marine controllable pitch propellers for more than 30 years, entered the fixed pitch propeller market in 1986.
Previous studies had estimated that these reactions accounted for around 3 percent of the fixed nitrogen in the atmosphere, says Edward Franzblau of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in Socorro.
Irish provider of financial services Ulster Bank on Friday reported a new range of mortgage rates for both new and existing customers by further reducing fixed rates by up to 0.35%.
The fee-saver re-mortgage range includes: two-year fixed rates at 2.19 percent fixed with 60 percent loan-to-value, 2.39 percent fixed with 70 percent LTV and 2.79 percent fixed with 80 percent LTV.
2 : firmly placed <A mirror is fixed to the wall.> <That day is fixed in my memory.>
Essentially, an annuity is a series of fixed payments, usually made monthly over a certain period of time.
Are there any laws governing fixed term contracts of employment?
It follows a good rule of keeping it simple, with a single percentage describing the relative exposure to changing interest rates--with 100 percent being completely fixed and not exposed to rising rates, and zero percent being completely floating and perhaps enjoying the benefits of low interest expense.