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fit

1
Pathol a sudden attack or convulsion, such as an epileptic seizure

fit

2
Archaic a story or song or a section of a story or song

Fit

 

in machine building, the character of the junction between machine parts. The fit determines the parts’ greater or lesser freedom of relative movement and their resistance to being displaced by each other.

fit

[fit]
(design engineering)
The dimensional relationship between mating parts, such as press, shrink, or sliding fit.

fit

i. The total avionics package in an aircraft.
ii. The desired clearance, if any, between mating surfaces (e.g., push fit, force fit).
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However, I cannot award any marks whatsoever to the four females - Chelsea, Courtneigh, Emily and Stephanie - who have seen fit to register their presence by thoughtfully daubing their names on one of the new benches near to the Gothic fountain.
It seems that Ian Lucas, MP for Wrexham, has seen fit to add the Greek word 'protos' (meaning first) to the word 'nationalist'.
I wonder if Stagecoach could offer an explanation as to why they have seen fit to financially burden those of us with young children?
The councils of the past have seen fit to demolish certain parts and in its place build a bit of an eyesore.
The view expressed is one shared by many - incredulity that a Minister has seen fit to ask residents to write on this subject when she has tried to give the impression for the past seven years that the money was already there for it.
Even the famous developer/hotelier Ian Schrager has seen fit to enter the area with a spectacular cutting edge development at 40 Bond Street, where he will build five ground level townhouses and 22 apartments above them.
Undermining the authority of Parliament and the provincial legislatures to make and determine laws, the courts have also on occasion seen fit to strike down or amend older laws.