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Fixer

Fixer or The Fixer may refer to:

Contents

  • In places 1
  • In arts, entertainment, and media 2
    • In comics and literature 2.1
    • In film and television 2.2
    • In games 2.3
  • Music 3
  • In professions 4
  • In other uses 5
  • See also 6

In places

In arts, entertainment, and media

In comics and literature

Characters
  • Fixer (comics), the name of two different characters appearing in Marvel Comics publications
Works

In film and television

Characters
  • Frank "The Fixer" Tagliano, the protagonist of the Netflix Original Series Lilyhammer
  • RC-1140, known as "Fixer", a character of Delta Squad in the Star Wars universe
Works

In games

Music

Albums
  • FiXeR, a 2007 album by the band Download
Artists
  • Fixers, a band from the United Kingdom
Songs

In professions

  • Fixer (journalism), someone hired by a foreign correspondent to help arrange a story
  • Fixer (crime), criminal slang for a person who employs bribes or other pressures to cover up misdeeds or bad publicity; also one who illegally sanitizes a crime scene

In other uses

  • Photographic fixer, a chemical that removes unexposed silver salts from photographic media and renders them insensitive to light

See also

  • Fix
  • Fixer-upper, a house that is in a state of disrepair, or needs to be "fixed up"
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