fixed head

fixed head

n.
A stationary device, such as a tape-recording head, that reads and imprints information on a single track of magnetic tape.
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It also has a face shield with a fixed head rest which a patient could lean on.
The government had fixed head money of Rs300, 000 on the arrest of the accused, he added.
The government had fixed head money of Rs300,000 on the arrest of the suspect.
With a fixed head of year in Year 7, we invest in creating a smooth transition which begins when a place is awarded and runs through to the end of Year 7.
In those days, they only offered a fixed head. But this year they've unleashed the 100-grain Savage Mechanical ($40/3-pack), which is designed to penetrate well before the .032"-thick blades deploy to a 1.5" cutting diameter.
A 1962 FIA Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Fixed Head Coupe (above) is bound to excite Silverstone fans.
He said the Sindh government had fixed head money of Rs1m for his arrest alive or dead.
It was on April 1, 1928 that Giuseppe Campari and Giulio Ramponi recorded their victory with the 6C 1500 Super Sport, one of Vittorio Jano's masterpieces, and unbeatable thanks to its revolutionary mechanical design, including a fixed head and a supercharged engine.
The E-Type 3.8 is believed to be the 100th fixed head coupe ever built and has been given a guide price of PS80,000 to PS100,000.
This was the fifteenth right hand drive fixed head coupe E-Type to leave Jaguar's production line in 1961 and the press car that turned heads at the Scottish Motor Show that year.
When a fixed head is chosen, it is most of the time considered that the head is equivalent to the weight of the ice-sheet, after the following relation: