Fixes

Some articles on fixes, fixe:

Strabismic - Signs and Symptoms
... strabismus looks at an object, one eye fixes on the object and the other fixes with a convergence angle less than zero the visual axes over-converge ... a person with strabismus looks at an object, one eye fixes on the object and the other fixes with a convergence angle greater than zero that is, the visual axes diverge from parallel ...
Attitudinal Fix
... feelings, emotions, and associated value judgments--that is attitudes--are amenable to such fixes ... can be accomplished by seeking either attitudinal fixes, technological fixes, or a combination of both ... important part of which may rest on attitudinal fixes), whereas others may seek a military solution (built on technological fixes) ...
Bean (software) - Version History
... release (beta) 0.9.2g May 3, 2007 Bug fixes 0.9.3a May 16, 2007 Bug fixes, minor changes and enhancements 0.9.3b May 20, 2007 Bug fixes 0.9.4a May 27, 2007 New icons 0.9.5a June 20, 2007 Major ... support 2.4.3 February 20, 2010 Bug fixes, added localization for Czech and updated Danish 2.4.4 July 12, 2011 Bug fixes and minor changes 2.4.5 December ...
Raven Nuke - History
... distribution of PHP-Nuke that included the Nuke Patched security improvements and fixes from NukeFixes.com, the NukeSentinel security add-on from ... As of version 2.40.01, RavenNuke™ has over 20,000 changes, bug fixes, PHP notice fixes, compliance fixes, operational enhancements, and security enhancements ... RavenNuke 2.51.00 was released on February 17, 2013, and consists mostly of bug fixes ...
Formes Fixes
... The Formes fixes (singular Forme fixe) (English fixed form) are the three fourteenth and fifteenth centuries French poetic forms, the ballade, rondeau and virelai ... The formes fixes stopped being used in music around the end of the fifteenth century, although their influence continued, but in poetry they, especially the rondeau, continued ... other countries and periods are referred to as formes fixes ...

Famous quotes containing the word fixes:

    Constancy in love is a perpetual inconstancy which fixes our hearts successively to all the qualities of the person loved—sometimes admiring one and sometimes another above all the rest—so that this constancy roves as far as it can, and is no better than inconstancy, confined within the compass of one person.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)