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fixate

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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Although they are flexible, stretchable and extremely comfortable, Fixate Designs silicone rings are made of a special patented high-tech silicone material that is considered state-of-the-art.
b) The patient should fixate the ophthalmoscope graticule while viewing binocularly
Investors preferred to fixate profit overnight to meeting of the European Ministers of Finance.
Fixate Design polymer is an anionic, multi-functional?
It's worth the effort to become an effective communicator because most audiences fixate on the nonverbals: vocal tones, body language, facial expressions.
* The Lubrizol Corporation's Noveon Consumer Specialties debuted Fixate Freestyle polymer (INCI proposed: Acrylates crosspolymer-X).
It's also important that crews keep a proper scan going at all times so they don't fixate or lose situational awareness in the cockpit.
A new study commissioned by Noveon Consumer Specialties reveals that hair fibers treated with its new Fixate Superhold Styling Polymer show an average of 32% improvement in luster over those treated with PVP K-90, and a 34% increase in shine versus untreated hair fibers.
"They fixate on the type of individual they would appoint to the court."
At the root of his OCD lies a traumatic experience, one that becomes the initial reason Devon started to fixate on his need for control.
Researchers at the McMaster University in Ontario found that women fixate on features to a much greater extent than men do, making it easier for them to remember faces.