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the capacity to attract and hold something

strip sewn over or along an edge for reinforcement or decoration

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the act of applying a bandage

one of a pair of mechanical devices that are attached to a ski and that will grip a ski boot

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the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book

executed with proper legal authority

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368-1(e)(2)(ii)(B), any modification of an otherwise binding contract that relates to the amount or type of consideration to be paid to the target shareholders will generally establish a new binding contract date and a new date for measuring COI, unless: (1) the sole effect of the modification is to increase the shares of acquirer stock to be used as consideration in the transaction; and (2) absent the modification, the COI requirement would have been met had the transaction closed on the modification date.
Improvements in ski bindings, particularly the installation of a pivot point toward the back of the boot and a quick-release mechanism to free the skier's foot during a fall, have led to the decline of skiing-related shin and ankle injuries.
Demonstration of a leptin binding factor in human serum.
Irrespective of whether a factual dispute exists as to whether the employer has adopted an idea, so long as the decision-making body determines that the idea was not adopted and that compensation is not due, those decisions are final and binding upon the suggester.
Under these final COI regulations, a contract with a "proration" mechanism providing for the issuing corporation's stock and cash amounts to be prorated, if necessary, so that 40% of the total consideration is in the form of issuing corporation stock and 60% is in cash, should satisfy the COI requirement, even if the amount of issuing corporation stock issued in the transaction is based on a market value occurring after the binding contract date.
It is well accepted that EDCs exert their effects after binding at the classical ER-[alpha] and ER-[beta], inducing classic nuclear actions (Grunfeld and Bonefeld-Jorgensen 2004; McLachlan 2001).
Telemark binding don't release in a fall, a possible disadvantage.
In Matthew 18:15-20, the church's ministry of binding and loosing determines who is subject to church discipline.
This invention provides a method of inhibiting PAK4 function comprising administering a ligand comprising an amino acid domain which binds to a GTP binding protein so as to inhibit binding of the GTP binding protein to PAK4.
Despite the uniformity of the 1918 strains, one of the variable sites is an amino acid known to be important in receptor binding (21).
Soon after Yale's announcement, Stanford University President John Hennessy said his school, too, was changing its admissions program and will no longer require early applicants to make a binding commitment to attend the school.
A large patch of charged residues on one end of the barrel was proposed as the binding surface with which IL-1[beta] interacts with its receptor.