absolute fix

absolute fix

A fix established by two or more position lines crossing at large angles near 90°.
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NOW WE RIOT." Another said: "What an absolute fix, he should have been out weeks ago, Kim-Joy was the most consistent all competition but lost because she had too many ginger elements??"
Perhaps, rather than having an absolute fixed personal minimum from the top down (e.g., ceiling 1000 feet and visibility one statute mile), we add a fixed value to each approach, say 200 feet and an additional 1/4 mile, added from the "bottom up."
Social justice does not have an absolute fixed definition; it varies according to the conditions and the country's welfare: the wealthier the country, the better the distribution of income will be.
At the same rime (and this is adverted to repeatedly in this book) it stresses the contention that there are no absolute fixed moral norms and that one should follow no principle or philosophy, natural law, or God's law.