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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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On the contrary, it means that in the solution some molecules bound only one zinc cation (per protein molecule) with high affinity, but some other bound strongly two zinc cations and thus the mean number of bound ions which we observed for this statistical population is the fraction [14, 24-27].
With many thermal binding systems, if you open the document up to lay flat, you crack the bound part, just like the spine of a book cracks if you open it too far.
What's more, our plan also provides all South Bound Brook residents with near-complete access to the canal for the first time in almost a century.
Although the Tax Court stated that it has not adopted and was not bound to follow Rev.
Surprisingly, adenosine is not bound in exactly the same position as cAMP; the 5' -OH of adenosine is in a new position that allows formation of two hydrogen bonds with Ser-83, replacing two of the three interactions of the phosphate of cAMP with Arg-82 and Ser-83.
Iowa State Law Library, (hereafter ISLL) Bound Briefs, Peter Ewen v.
Each party relies on the other party's agreement to be bound by the arbitrator's decision.
Several methodologies have been used in the measurement of free and bound fractions of leptin.
Although their approaches vary, the following studies found Upward Bound to have a positive influence on students' academic performance.
Our first indication that there might be a performance benefit to bound antioxidants in a hydrogenated elastomer came in 1989 during our initial work on the preparation of HNBR latex (ref 1).
Outward Bound is about metaphors, so students experience what it takes to overcome a challenge successfully, and then we facilitate a debrief so they can take this back to their homes, communities and schools.
5 : firmly determined We were bound we would succeed.