Not so long ago, pinball machines were as much a fixture in French cafés as coffee and Calvados.
FIFA bosses apparently feared setting a precedent lest England were ever to face Germany in a fixture around Remembrance Sunday.
She was a fixture at the local beauty salons and had her teeth cleaned once a month.
And in California, where carports are already common, solar canopies have become a fixture.
One of those cold-weather venues may become an international “fixture” in a decade or so.
This fixture is so constructed that all waste pipes and trap come under the floor level with no way of getting to them from below.
We then get a more definite idea of the nut, which was in most cases a fixture.
As with a box camera the extension is a fixture, the size of stop to be used is a fixture also.
Dinner alone was a "fixture;" everything else was at the caprice of each.
Still, up to this day, the fixture of a nose upon the puppet-hero's frontispiece has not been attempted.