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Valorous Lord, and reverend Father,'' said he, here standeth the good Knight, Brian de Bois-Guilbert, Knight Preceptor of the Order of the Temple, who, by accepting the pledge of battle which I now lay at your reverence's feet, hath become bound to do his devoir in combat this day, to maintain that this Jewish maiden, by name Rebecca, hath justly deserved the doom passed upon her in a Chapter of this most Holy Order of the Temple of Zion, condemning her to die as a sorceress; here, I say, he standeth, such battle to do, knightly and honourable, if such be your noble and sanctified pleasure.
Under the new Act, the manufacturers would become bound to disclose details of the goods products such as components, parts, quality, ingredients, or date of manufacturing and expiry date to consumer before entering into contract of sale while in case of service, the provider will have to disclose the capabilities or qualification of the services or quality of the products.
So the approach can work to keep carbon that has become bound up in plant life from decaying and respiring as carbon dioxide.
As a society we - along with the rest of the EU - have become bound with excessive conformity, regulation, systemisation, risk-adverse planning and over-controlled working environments to the point that our creative thinking is stifled of originality.
A fantasy epic, you play Monkey (voiced by Serkis) a loner in a ruined earth 150 years from now, and become bound via a strange headband to a girl called Trip, who you must stay close to and protect.
The dispute over fuel duty has become bound up with another, related matter, that of the planned increases in vehicle excise duty next year.
What's important is not to become bound up in the high decibel exchanges of Westminster but to get out there on the streets, on the doorsteps, talk to real people, and for the business, the priorities and the process of government to be informed by the good sense of the British people.
The proposed amendments will become operational and the holders of all the notes then outstanding will become bound thereby when BMAC purchases the notes.
You would have become bound by the terms of the agreement even if you just wanted to test drive the software to see if it worked for you.
A state that signs a treaty signals its intention to become bound by its provisions and must refrain from acts which would defeat the object and purpose of the treaty.
Finally, the church's teachings on sexuality have become bound up with issues of authority.
By suppressing the Ii protein by antisense methods, peptides which are transported into the endoplasmic reticulum to be bound by MHC Class I molecules also become bound to and presented by MHC class II molecules.