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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of affix.
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- adj. attached physically. Opposite of
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- adj. firmly attached
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It was the label affixed to them: “acne vulgaris,” our family doctor had said.
You can check when your car was built on a label affixed to the driver's side doorjamb.
You can check when a vehicle was built on a label affixed to the driver-side doorjamb.
Their team's lunchbox now has a label affixed with a note and an arrow pointing to the front left corner: "President touched here."
Of cource, the label affixed to the top can be removed and reattached without telltale signs.
The title affixed to this bit of self-expression was Oh, Dearie, Round-Eyes Hara-Kiri: The Wretched Act.
During His ministry He was described as "Jesus, the prophet of Nazareth of Galilee";  and the title affixed to His cross by Pilate was "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews."
The Backslid Baptist inspected the label affixed to the flat side of the bottle.
In immediate contrast with this work is placed the so-called "Moonlight Sonata" -- the title affixed not by
What Coleridge said of Ben Jonson's epithet for "turtle-footed peace," we may say of the label affixed to this rag-picker's bag of stolen goods: _The Passionate