fixation

[ fik-sey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fixation

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The fixation is complete in one minute, and the granulations can be demonstrated.

It only requires a fixation of the specimen for five minutes in absolute alcohol.

I have called this fixation on the nearest object at hand an American habit.

The question which most interested me was the best method of fixation.

This was the period of German "fixation," lasting from April to the middle of July.

French "fixation," ended in the successes of October and December.

The fixation of nitrogen is a question of the not far distant future.

Inordinate ambition is, I should say, an evidence of such a fixation.

Just what the manner and nature of this fixation are, is still uncertain.

The pure nitrogen then can be pumped into the fixation ovens.

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