References in periodicals archive ?
Some cloth bindings are described according to Krupp's classification (entries 46, 49), and others are described as "brown cloth" (entry 45), "brown ribbed cloth" (entry 51), and "blue cloth with horizontal banding" (entry 55).
This is a kind of "pivot blind spot," since there is no torque there and so the binding will not release.
Foot's chapters are devoted to the early decorated bindings by country of origin: Great Britain, Ireland, France, Spain/Italy/Russia, and The Netherlands/ Germany.
We purified mocarhagin from the crude venom of the snake Naja mossambica mossambica for its heparin binding properties according to De Luca et al.