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binding

adjective coercive, compelling, compulsory, confining, constraining, de rigueur, final, hampering, imperative, incumbent, inhibiting, limiting, mandatory, necessary, obligatory, obliging, required, requisite
Associated concepts: binding agreement, binding instruction, binding offer, binding over, binding receipt, binding sale
See also: accession, attachment, choate lien, coalescence, coalition, compelling, compulsory, concurrent, contractual, decretal, essential, forcible, fully executed, indefeasible, irrevocable, mandatory, necessary, obligatory, positive, prescriptive, requisite, stringent, unavoidable, united, valid

TO BIND, BINDING, contracts. These words are applied to the contract entered into, between a master and an apprentice the latter is said to be bound.
     2. In order to make a good binding, the consent of the apprentice must be had, together with that of his father, next friend, or some one standing in loco parentis. Bac. Ab. Master and Servant, A; 8 John. 328; 2 Pen. 977; 2 Yerg. 546 1 Ashmead, 123; 10 Sergeant & Rawle, 416 1 Massachusetts, 172; 1 Vermont, 69. Whether a father has, by the common law, a right to bind out his child, during his minority without his consent, seems not to be settled. 2 Dall. 199; 7 Mass. 147; 1 Mason, 78; 1 Ashm. 267. Vide Apprentice; Father; Mother; Parent.
     3. The words to bind or binding, are also used to signify that a thing is subject to an obligation, engagement or liability; as, the judgment binds such an estate. Vide Lien.

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Piece bias strips to achieve the necessary length for binding the desired edges.
While many medications may have high protein binding, there are few clinically important known interactions.
Sometimes those equations are incorrectly used to describe interactions with G4 and other DNA nonhomogeneous oligomers even though the authors of the model have concluded that the binding of ligands known to have heterogeneous binding sites on the DNA cannot be adequately treated based on the conditional probability approach [21].
The isothermal titration experiment of binding process of zinc ion and HSA was carried out on the VP-ITC isothermal titration calorimeter [17, 18], with the repeatability of thermal power baseline within 20nW.
Binding seems unacquainted with the literature on Ibsen's portrait of the artist in The Master Builder.
Willman Spawn documents his initial forays into bookbinding history matching Philadelphia bookbinder Robert Aitken's waste-book entries to actual bindings. Spawn's legendary collection of ten thousand pencil rubbings of bindings assisted him in identifying other bindings executed by a particular bookbinder through the recognition of tool patterns.
We incubated DNA-binding proteins with dsDNA probe for a binding reaction.
Experiments are underway to narrow the 200-bp region of binding by using small overlapping oligonucleotides from the region and to test binding with nuclear extracts from non-hematopoietic cell lines.
This rule, called the "binding contract" rule, offers assurance that the COI requirement will be met, by allowing taxpayers to measure for COI as of the day immediately preceding the day the binding contract is executed, rather than measuring immediately before the transaction closes.
Unlike sensor systems in which receptors can bind to a variety of chemicals, this application requires one-on-one binding: for example, antibodies that grab specific proteins.
A trio of affordable binding systems that produce professional looking documents without breaking the bank were tested.
Since noroviruses can attach to carbohydrates of the ABH and Lewis histo-blood group family in humans, we also examined the possibility of a similar specific binding to oyster tissues through related carbohydrates (17,18).