nondetachable

nondetachable

(ˈnɒndɪˈtætʃəbəl)
adj
(of a part of an object) made so that it cannot be removed from the object
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If clothes-module combination has superior functionality but is fixed and nondetachable, its smart fashion will be of limited utility and will fail to provide a user-centric design.
One patient with PCoAs less than 1 mm was evaluated by test occlusion for 20-30 min by using two nondetachable silicone balloons in the bilateral VA.
According to the Sebi report, RIL had issued non- convertible debentures with detachable warrants to 34 entities while nonconvertible debentures ( NCDs) with nondetachable warrants were issued to UTI.
This is typically performed with a nondetachable balloon catheter while the patient is systemically anticoagulated and receiving conscious sedation.
Even if a Figure and its configuration are visible, the verb sein 'be' is the only possibility for locating "figures" that have no clear gestalt-like shape, e.g., liquids, or which are nondetachable parts of the Ground, e.g., handles.
le, the equipment includes threaded pivot and swivel feet in nylon, die cast zinc and stainless steel, handles, angle brackets and detachable and nondetachable hinges.
Bunny bonds can be compared to bonds issued with detachable or nondetachable warrants.
Two nondetachable silicon balloons were then placed through the guiding catheter; one was advanced into the internal carotid artery and placed just above its origin, and the other was advanced into the external carotid artery and placed just distal to the superior thyroid artery.
(This kind of impractical indicator-light positioning is common with most powered subs, by the way.) The sub has a nondetachable power cord and a user-replaceable 5-amp fuse.
If Shrage sees feminist political potential in imagining a "Post-Porn Reproductive Barbie" doll with a nondetachable "Fetal Barbie" inside her, Wendy Varney looks at the other side of the gender divide in childrens toys, analyzing the ways that toys marketed to boys inculcate an identification between masculinity and impervious metal machinery.
Scope mounts are nondetachable, and the rifle is scoped with a Leupold 1.5-5X.
Hops onto Babs's nondetachable deck, walks into the living room, plops himself down on the white duck divan in his cords, turtleneck and down Patagonia vest.

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