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affix

(a′fiks″) [L. affixus, fastened to]
An element attached to a word that alters its meaning, e.g., a prefix or a suffix.
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The distinguishing devices can be affixed to awards at different levels, so, once written, the criteria for the awards must reflect that, officials said.
However, Muhammad Azeem, another rickshaw driver complained that some influentials even forcefully affixed the posters on rickshaws without paying a penny.
b) The host Country Customs Authorities shall accept the seals affixed by the other contracting country's customs authorities, provided they are intact, but if required for control purposes, they are entitled to affix an additional seal of their own on entry into their territory.
All Indian citizens intending to travel to the People's Republic of China are advised that before making any travel arrangements they should first ascertain from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate, as the case may be, whether the visa being issued to them will be affixed to the passport or will be in the nature of a stapled paper visa, so that they are not inconvenienced or put to any financial loss later on this count," the MEA advisory stated.
In another retail application, IC chips affixed to products allowed very rapid audit of an entire store's inventory.
Then the release liner on the foam component must remain intact until it is removed from the foam part and the part affixed to a car door, where it must resist grease, solvents and UV light, as well as the stress of the door being slammed hundreds of times at 40[degrees] below zero.
Silver "Sponsor" ribbon affixed to company name badges.
Members who wish to obtain a printed copy should send a 9"x12" self-addressed envelope affixed with $1.
Affixed vehicle plow kit hardware, NSN 3820-01-473-2793
In this section we address another methodological question which could undermine--at least in principle--the reliability of quantitative methods to calculate productivity, namely, how to deal coherently with multiply affixed words, like conventionalize or reprintable (cf.
Untitled (Binary One) and Untitled (Binary Zero) (all works 2005) feature bills in various currencies (arrayed in the vertical bar and vertically oriented rectangle implied by the titles) affixed to two different types of raw canvas.
While years ago a wrecking ball would have done the job, today's contractor often employs a hydraulic attachment affixed to an excavator to demolish part of a structure piece by piece.