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fitted

mod. well dressed. (Outfitted.) Man you are really fitted! Iced out and looking really fine!
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If you prefer clothes to fit closely, choose patterns labeled very close fitting, fitted or semi-fitted.
The barrel hood is carefully filed and then fitted into the ejection port, a little at a time, until the barrel fits snugly but may be removed with just slight finger pressure.
"Wearing a properly fitted bra can improve posture, stop your bust from sagging, prevent backache in larger busted women and generally improve your overall appearance.
An individual who was being fitted for an M40 series protective mask indicated that he was unable to detect the smell of the banana oil; consequently, the fit was declared to be tight.
6 : equip <They fitted the ship with new engines.>
The mask was assembled and fitted as shown in the Figure.
"Normally, lenses are fitted [by licensed professionals] to the curvature of the eye," Steinemann says.
Patio doors should have special locks fitted top and bottom and should be fitted with a well-proven anti-jacking device.
They ensure all soldiers can be properly fitted with JSLIST.
Fine shirts tend co no[ De fitted with pockets, unless it has a button-down collar.
Do not buy or use old, faulty or improperly fitted equipment.
(2003) have shown that the estimated standard errors produced by S-Plus can systematically underestimate the true variability of fitted linear parameters in semiparametric GAMs.
"There is no substitute for precise fitting to insure a secure fit and smooth draw, All of our outside-the-pants holsters are fitted so the holster is indented into the ejection port, front of the trigger guard, and also firmly into the rear of the trigger guard.
Each specimen set was fitted to a single functional form for a valid comparison.