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Use "fixedness" in a sentence
"In looking into the derivation of this term, it will be found that the word stock comes from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning to stick, and that while it has many different uses, the idea of fixedness is expressed in every one of them."
""fixedness" of the targets, but I don't think in the end it is going to be whether you can compare the two battles that will make the difference."
"In any case, categories, once invented, tend to take on an ontological status almost comparable to objects in the physical world: they acquire a sense of reality and fixedness that can be seriously misleading."