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bindings

(1) See binding post.

(2) A set of programming interfaces (APIs) that allow a particular programming language to interact with a library of routines or classes. See bind and API.
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Label-Free Binding Analysis Trends 2014 report is mainly about biomolecular binding analysis/interactions and it does NOT cover cell-based LF assays, Mass Spec or NMR approaches.
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.
Improvements in ski bindings, particularly the installation of a pivot point toward the back of the boot and a quick-release mechanism to free the skier's foot during a fall, have led to the decline of skiing-related shin and ankle injuries.
FOOT The Decorated Bindings in Marsh's Library, Dublin.
The traditional telemark skis have cable bindings to allow the heel to lift up, a la cross-country skis, thus allowing the skis to slide forward on the flats, making for easier hill climbing.
In terms of technical equipment, the current crop of skis, boots, and bindings are engineered for comfort, ease, and performance.
A separate document specifies profiles and protocol bindings.
3]H]-8-OH-DPAT binding sites in the hippocampal membranes, where half of the bindings were lost within 5.
The company has also purchased SolidWorks COSMOSWorks(R) design analysis software to ensure bindings keep riders safe and performing at their potential.
Since the current bindings of such short skis do not open, the danger of ligament and bone injuries while skiing is proportionally large.
They generally ski on heavier, metal-edged skis with cable bindings that also leave the heel free for climbing.