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Bound

Describing a party to a contract who is legally obligated to follow that contract. A bound party who violates the contract may be sued for damages.
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Bounds and rules are similar in the sense that both are solutions
Therefore, it is important to investigate possibilities of bounds tighter than (5) and (6), but computationally less expensive than (4).
Bounds was found dead by prison officers at around 6am on Saturday, January 29, not February 6 as reported yesterday.
We provide a number of numerical illustrations which reveal a significant improvement compared with the bounds obtained by traditional comonotonic approximations.
The polynomial bounds mentioned above all are of degree n and bounds were given for (kn)
This collection reprints 90 papers, mostly from engineering literature, to illustrate the evolution of Bayesian bounds from the initial work in 1968 to the current state-of-the-art.
The newly acquired line, branded as Grainware by William Bounds, targets the same consumer as the existing William Bounds line, especially Pep Art, functional art for the table created for William Bounds by artist Robert Wilhelm.
You have to practice staying in bounds, taking a sack, taking an intentional safety, taking a knee, and so forth.
Levy, 1985, "Upper and Lower Bounds of Put and Call Option Value--Stochastic-Dominance Approach", Journal of Finance, 40:1197-1217
What's so amazing is, this is in someone's home," Bounds explains, trying to convey the family feel of the place.
Bounds, who lists Liverpool FC as one of his clients, will be holding the exclusive seminar at the Holiday Inn in Lime Street, Liverpool, on October 6, starting at 6pm.
When out of bounds is defined by a line on the ground, the line itself is out of bounds.