fixed end


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fixed end

[′fikst ‚end]
(mechanics)
An end of a structure, such as a beam, that is clamped in place so that both its position and orientation are fixed.
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The length of the transition period has become a source of debate since the emergence of a UK negotiating paper which suggested it could be prolonged indefinitely, although ministers made clear a fixed end date would be stated in any deal, and it would be around two years after formal exit.
Ministers last night attempted to head off a row with Eurosceptic MPs by insisting there will be a fixed end date for the post-Brexit transition period, during which Britain is expected to follow EU rules despite a leaked Government document which suggests it could last "indefinitely".
Telrad also supplies fixed end user devices, such as its CPE9000, which are specifically useful in the CBRS environment, where channel allocation may not be contiguous.
If you have a periodic tenancy (which has no fixed end date), you still have to give the landlord notice before you leave.
The results of the deflection and rotation at the free end, and the bending moment and shear force at the fIxed end were observed and compared to the corresponding exact solutions.
The cartons are then halted by fixed end stops where they are robotically removed from the line and palletized.
Warren said the training in Syria is different from that done with government forces in Iraq and did not have a fixed end point.
Visco said, 'There is no fixed end to the programme that we have decided on.
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The Legislature has been sitting through the summer months with no fixed end date.
The agreement signed by the tenant with the previous owner shall still be valid and the rights and liabilities of both the landlord and the tenant as stated therein shall continue to apply in your case, as well, as the previous contract has a fixed end date in accordance with Article (28) of the Tenancy Law which states: "The transfer of title to a new landlord shall not affect tenant's right to continue occupation of the premises in accordance with tenancy contract signed with the previous owner, provided that tenancy contract has a fixed date.

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