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Binding

1. In printing, the process that collates and attaches pages to each other to create the finished book or periodical. Binding is also called the bindery line.

2. See: Binding a Tariff.

3. For insurance, see: Binding receipt.
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The application where LF binding assays are expected to gain most popularity as a valid technological approach within the next few years was affinity screening.
Minutes Pasting register, with half leather raxine binding size 15 x 10
Fixed consideration: A fundamental condition to using the binding contract rule is that the contract must provide for fixed consideration.
A spun-column assay for determination of leptin binding in serum.
Because the suggestion committee's decisions were final and binding under Harrison Radiator's suggestion plan, the 6th Circuit affirmed the district court's dismissal of Muncy's claim.
The traditional telemark skis have cable bindings to allow the heel to lift up, a la cross-country skis, thus allowing the skis to slide forward on the flats, making for easier hill climbing.
Gambaryan A, Tuzikov A, Piskarev V, Yamnikova SS, Lvov DK, Robertson JS, et ah Specification of receptor-binding phenotypes of influenza virus isolates from different hosts using synthetic sialylgly-copolymers: non-egg-adapted human HI and H3 influenza A and influenza B viruses share a common high binding affinity for 6'-sialyl(N-acetyllactosamine).
A chief criticism of the binding Early Decision process had been that it prevented students from seeking a better financial aid package.
The chymosin structure has Tyr77 occluding the S 1/S3 substrate binding pockets suggesting that the enzyme is self- inhibited (34).
Even when concentrations of albumin (the major carrier protein for furosemide in blood) are within the reference range, a decrease in serum binding of furosemide frequently occurs in patients with renal failure [4].
Thus, we may observe that Matthew closely connects the business of binding and loosing with the mission of the church that is built by Jesus (16:18) and sustained by his continuing presence (18:20).