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be a (permanent) fixture

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a (permanent) fixturebe a (permanent) fixtureSTAY/NOT LEAVEto be always present and not likely to move or go away Gerrard soon became a permanent fixture in the Liverpool team. fixture
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be a (permanent) fixtureThe catchphrase, after all, is a fixture in an otherwise protean world of television comedy.Horse-drawn carriages counted as an important industry; blacksmiths were a fixture of everyday industrial life.Jerry's Hamburger Haven has been a fixture on Third Avenue for over 20 years.He must be a fixture of the cliche.But a room divider doesn't have to be a permanent fixture, particularly if you don't have much space.Like Ross Vartian's museum, it will be a permanent fixture.
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