What is fixture?


A fixture can refer to:

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Mod Cup - History
... The 2004 fixture was played between Tayforth and Edinburgh East Lothian, at South Inch, Perth ... The 2008 fixture was to be competed for between Aberdour Shinty Club and Glasgow Mid-Argyll at Little Kerse, Grangemouth as part of the Mod in Falkirk ... However, the fixture was rained off ...
Banjo (wood Lathe)
... In the craft of woodturning, a banjo is a common term for a fixture on the wood lathe, mounted on the lathe's bed, for holding the toolrest ... The chosen position of the fixture can be locked in place on the lathe's bed in various ways, the most common method being a lever at the forward end of ...
... A fixture can refer to Test fixture, used to control and automate testing Light fixture Plumbing fixture Fixture (tool), a tool used in manufacturing Fixture (property law) ...
Lovat Cup
... attracting the second largest crowd for a shinty fixture in Scotland, outwith the Camanachd Cup Final ... The fixture alternates annually between Balgate, Kiltarlity and Braeview Park, Beauly ... The 2010 fixture was cancelled due to heavy snow ...

More definitions of "fixture":

  • (noun): A regular patron.
    Example: "A bum who is a Central Park fixture"
    Synonyms: regular, habitue
  • (noun): A object firmly fixed in place (especially in a household).

Famous quotes containing the word fixture:

    I have always endeavored to acquire strict business habits; they are indispensable to every man. If your trade is with the Celestial Empire, then some small counting house on the coast, in some Salem harbor, will be fixture enough.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)