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AcronymDefinition
FIXFinancial Information Exchange (NYSE)
FIXFixed Position (navigation)
FIXFederal Information Exchange
FIXFunctional Human Factor IX (blood clotting)
FIXFederal Internet Exchange
FIXFoundation for Information Exchange Project (Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection)
FIXFacility Infrastructure Examination
References in classic literature ?
Fix took up a position, and carefully examined each face and figure which made its appearance.
"There, on the corner of the square," said Fix, pointing to a house two hundred steps off.
The passenger bowed to Fix, and returned to the steamer.
'The match-fixer gave a total of 26 predictions, of which all but one turned out to be accurate.The spot-fixes were all session fixes, predicting what would happen in a specific session of six, eight or 10 overs.
The additional locations expand Fix Auto's geographic footprint in multiple markets including: Las Vegas, Northern California, and Southern California.
The product, which also provides ability to translate selected FIX messages into their associated SWIFT messages automatically, is designed to join the front-, middle- and back-office functions, leveraging the Microsoft BizTalk Server and associated technologies.
Lenders Abbey and Alliance & Leicester both said they were launching market-leading five-year fixed rates of 3.95%, while the Woolwich launched a four-year fixed-rate deal of 3.99% today - 0.3% below its previous offering.
There are two ways to fix to internal stud partitions or hollow walls.
FIX IT so that X-Factor's MacDonald Brothers disappear into obscurity before making anyone else's ears bleed.
The turnaround firm Knowlton eventually hired performed its own assessment and determined that, beneath all the adversity, was a solid business model and that with focus, careful planning and rigorous execution, the issues could be fixed and the company could be returned to health.
* How Smurfit-Stone Container's Panama City mill moved from a "fix it when it's broken" system to a "make sure it doesn't break" system.