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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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Third, in most countries, shareholder votes on executive remuneration matters advise the board of directors in its development of appropriate incentivizing schemes of executive directors, while other countries empower the general meeting of shareholders to bindingly set the remuneration (policy).
Moreover, synchronisation of object features bindingly [4] along with its motion and perceiving time is also proceeded in temporal processing [5] (with respect to visual system functionality of temporal limitations [6]).
However, to avoid inappropriate incentives for equity and debt holders, the government should bindingly rule out that taxpayers ultimately cover insolvencies.
How can such good management practices be implemented bindingly?
The customer has now confirmed the order for one of the three sites; order confirmation for the second and third site has been bindingly promised within the next few weeks.
Although the European Commission wants the priority links (the central hub') to be built by 2030 and a wider network to be in place by 2050 - these two dates are laid down as a legal obligation in the Commission's October 2011 proposals on the TEN-T - the Council would prefer this to be termed no more bindingly than "efforts shall be made" and "appropriate measures shall be taken".