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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If you hunt larger game, like elk or moose, it's wise to shoot more weight, or use a deeper-penetrating fixed head or a smaller-cutting mechanical such as the Rage Hypodermic +R
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.
The company should have a fixed Head Office and its financial data and construction contracts should be kept in a record that should be submitted to the respective authority upon demand.
It has all terrain capability just like its fixed head sibling and a wading depth of 500mm.
THE first right-hand drive Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe ever made has been driven to its maximum on the German autobahn in an attempt to match its 150mph record speed.
4 Fixed Head Coupe, [euro]76,000-[euro]90,000; and a 1964 Daimler Dart Police Car SP250, [euro]69,000-[euro]83,000.
There is a deep walk-in wardrobe and a lovely en-suite with a walk-in shower with fixed head and side shower attachments.
On the other hand, the soil pressure values were set as zero at the soil surface in the case of free and fixed head piles as boundary conditions.
All Indian customers can now buy these Car USB Players, Car CD/DVD Players with detachable/ fixed head from Carkhana online.
A replacement for the XK140 the 150 was available in fixed head coup (FHC) and drophead coup (DHC) versions.
This is very important if you run dual heads with side-by-side molds on a fixed head center line.
For women who don't want to wash their hair every day, get a diverter that switches between a fixed head and adjustable head.