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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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To determine the strip width to cut, determine the desired finished binding width and then multiply it by two; record.
Zhang et al (1) compiled binding data for 222 drugs, half of which bind 90% to 100%.
"Clinicians should regularly assess their transgender patients' binding practices, any symptoms the patient attributes to binding and motivations for binding in order to understand the risks and benefits for each patient," the study stated.
The evaluation of intrinsic binding constants which belong to the G4 DNA-ligand-binding site seems to be the first important step toward understanding the ligand exertion of influence on G4 DNA.
However, the binding interactions have rarely been investigated by the calorimetric method [12].
Press the section of binding in half and then finish sewing it to the quilt.
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Binding's treatment of Ghosts is fascinating; using Oswald's own description of his work and the canvases of Barbizon and impressionist painters--e.g.
Kinsella highlights the ambiguity inherent when interpreting bookbinder's tickets that advertise binding and bookselling enterprises as it is unclear whether "tickets signify the work of a binder or the sale of a bookseller" (27).
After PCR amplification and purification, we obtained double-strand DNA (dsDNA) probes with different protein-binding sites for binding reactions.
Results: Binding of nuclear protein(s) has been detected in the extreme 5' end of the 8 kb MLL bcr.
1.368-1(e) (TD 9225, 9/15/05) allows taxpayers some flexibility in measuring continuity of interest (COI) for transactions entered into under a binding contract after Sept.
By creating an array of sensors that offer different kinds and degrees of binding, "one can use a relatively limited number of sensors, combined with the power of pattern recognition, to identify many more substances" than one could do with a set of sensors that each bind to just one target, says chemist David R.
In actuality, inexpensive binding machines and cover sets let you accomplish just that.
Since noroviruses attach to carbohydrates of the histo-blood group family, tests using immunohistochemical analysis were performed to evaluate specific binding of virus or viruslike particles to oyster tissues through these ligands.