• Otherwise, it seems, the remaining course is to combine increasing integration with perfect fixity of exchange rates—meaning currency union.

    ECONOMIST: One world, one money

  • One is the fixity of human nature, a principle dear to traditional conservatism.

    FORBES: Paleogenomics Will Not Lead to Gatacca--If We're Vigilant

  • Beyond giving writers a spur to eloquence, what the historian Elizabeth Eisenstein calls "typographical fixity" served as a cultural preservative.

    WSJ: Nicholas Carr on E-Books

  • Knowledge emerges not from chaos, or fixity, but from conditions of uncertainty.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Either countries should float their currencies (or adopt much wider bands) or they should adopt the rigid fixity of a currency board or even currency union.

    ECONOMIST: Storm clouds from Brazil

  • No creationist in academia has a belief in fixity of species, indeed no serious minded scientist who believes in Creation has ever denied natural selection and change within kinds.

    BBC: A POINT OF VIEW

  • Once digitized, a page of words loses its fixity.

    WSJ: Nicholas Carr on E-Books

  • But the shipowners, the merchants, the brokers, and the wholesale dealers, are so disinterested in the midst of all their crushing and elbowing for the sugar business, that they send men to parliament whose chief and great service is to maintain this fixity of quantity, and prevent a larger business for them.

    ECONOMIST: Sugar

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