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stationary

(stā′shŭn-ĕr-ē) [L. stationarius, belonging to a station]
Remaining in a fixed condition.
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According to the Fact.MR study, the APEJ region has witnessed the highest growth rate in the past few years, and accounted for over one third revenue share in the stationary fuel cell systems market in 2018.
Strengthening economic growth across the developing countries accompanied by a significant expansion in the electrical infrastructure will foster the stationary battery storage market.
Once completed, Stationary Bike will be screened at a special event at Roxy Cinamas by the students.
Leaving a vehicle engine running unnecessarily while stationary on a public road can land you with a PS20 penalty charge notice.
This is the first time that stationary blades have been cast from titanium aluminide alloys in Russia.
"In-store printing can be a simple birthday invitation; it can be personal stationary or a wedding invitation," says Footer.
He sold office stationary to different markets of twin cities.
Based in Chicago, the Hill Group specializes in construction, stationary engineering, mechanical service, energy services, and fire protection, all with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability.
If the t-statistic on the [[alpha].sub.1] coefficient exceeds the critical value, the series are stationary. Critical values for this t statistic are given in Mackinnon table.
International construction equipment manufacturer Chicago Pneumatic introduced a new range of portable and stationary generators.
Some labourers said that providing the education to their children at the private schools had now become a dream, as they were unable to pay heavy fees and stationary charges to the private schools.