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Synonyms for bind

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to make fast or firmly fixed, as by means of a cord or rope

to apply therapeutic materials to (a wound)

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to be morally bound to do

to unite or be united in a relationship

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something that hinders as if with bonds

create social or emotional ties

make fast

wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose

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secure with or as if with ropes

bind by an obligation

provide with a binding

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cause to be constipated

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The binding time characterizes the point of time at which an alternative is selected: at the time of creating an application by the application developer; at run time, by an end user.
Estimates as to when the secret could be independently developed by others should serve as a legally binding time frame.
Even a cursory look at this list should convince the reader that the discussion was wide-ranging, although in view of the binding time and financial constraints not all the aspects of Pakistan's economy could be 'covered'.
de), Dusseldorf, Germany is the first Accredited Certification Provider, approved by the German Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Posts (RegTP), providing legally binding time stamps compliant with stringent German electronic signature laws and European signature directives.
After selecting the most advantageous tender will be entered into the contract as binding time limit for completion of the agreement.
Innis, then, came to his own understanding of what Korzybski termed time-binding, but he moved in a different direction, observing that in the process of binding time, we bind ourselves together in social units, as families and tribes, communities and cities, nations and societies.