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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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We found that the TGF-[beta] signaling and ATBF1 suppressed AFP transcription through two ATBF1 binding elements (AT-motifs).
Such organizations provide marked opportunities for locations to compete successfully, as well as a vital binding element among all locations and team members.
The sort of binding element and glue that Dam-ien Johnson and Stephen Clemence give Birmingham City in midfield.
Whether white or black, participation in the culture depends on the ability to speak and read English, which is 'the most obvious binding element' in British society, he said during an election campaign visit to Birmingham.
The mechanics of that process entailed nothing less than reconstituting the binding element between employers and spinners, the monetary wage relationship.
A further "binding element" of mens with [Greek Text Omitted] in this particular context is provided by the latter's normal Latin equivalent, i.e.
The binding element in linking quality strategies and actions is measurement that supports and enhances continual performance improvement.
Separation of powers, for us, is the most critical binding element in all European countries," said Oomen-Ruijten while pointing to growing concerns over the state of the judiciary in Turkey, which raised eyebrows in Brussels after it did not back down from passing a controversial HSYK law despite all warnings.
This removes the binding element of the proposed deadlines.