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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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Items are organized alphabetically in American Signed Bindings Through 1876 by state, city, and bookbinder in a chronological order.
Current ski designs locate binding pivot points between the center of the heel radius and the back of the boot.
Additional large gifts to the library include those of the bibliographer Ernest Reginald McClintock Dix who presented a number of fine Irish bindings in 1905.
The gear has improved markedly in the past 10 years, with better heel and toe release mechanisms, lighter weight and step-in bindings that are very similar to those on downhill skis.
However, vWf binding to GpIb-V-IX complex induces the activation and cytoskeletal association of [pp60.
3]H]-8-OH-DPAT binding to membranes of different brain regions has revealed different sensitivity to metal ions and guanine nucleotides [10, 11].
The company's bindings division switched to SolidWorks software this summer after engineers found they could design parts faster with SolidWorks than with other software.
Randonnee ski bindings have two modes: lock down, which mimics downhill ski bindings, and a free heel mode for flexibility when climbing uphill.
The ski business is increasingly driven by a few global players with integrated ski and binding systems, and this transaction will solidify K2's leading position on a global basis.
The widespread availability of both Java and OpenGL ES, and now the standardization of the bindings between them, will enable the emergence of highly portable embedded applications with advanced 3D graphics capabilities.
Pacha founded Concrete Bindings in 1994 after developing unique binding technologies for the snowboard industry.
Salomon products include technical mountaineering, backpacking and outdoor footwear; inline skates; cross-country ski boots and bindings; alpine skis, boots and bindings; Snowblades(TM); snowboards, and snowboard boots and bindings.