Quilt binding is a double-fold binding that has a finished width of 7/8" (5).
Blanket binding is a flat binding folded in half lengthwise with finished edges.
The in-text grey-scale reproductions of the embossed and stamped designs are often difficult to decipher, as they are in their original bindings. Some of the tickets are textual and visual feasts such as the tickets for Samuel Taylor and John Dean of Philadelphia (entries 247, 248) and the image of a blank book with laced-on bands on the ticket of P.
Perhaps it could be a starting point for a similar study of Canadian signed bindings.
Current ski designs locate binding pivot points between the center of the heel radius and the back of the boot.
The researchers also point out that, with only one pivot on a binding, if a load is applied at the exact position of the pivot, the pivot can't detect it.
(Additional large gifts to the library include those of the bibliographer Ernest Reginald McClintock Dix who presented a number of fine Irish bindings
We've always been partial to step-in bindings
for their ease and speed of use, but test-driving the Lexa, a strap binding
, helped to create a new appreciation for that style.
Finally, protocol bindings
provide a way for encapsulating SAML request/reply messages within specific communication protocols.
However, nickel-induced platelet activation, expressed as [p60.sup.src] phosphorylation, occurs even in the absence of fibrinogen, whereas aggregation requires fibrinogen binding
to its receptor, integrin [Alpha]IIb[Beta]3 (8).
However, the biochemical characterization of the [[sup.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 quality analyses in adhesive binding
relate in practice mainly to the book block strength.