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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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Not all bindings could be matched to a binder and vice versa.
Over the summer a group of scientists used computer modeling to look at the role of binding pivot point position and release characteristics on ACL strain during a phantom-foot fall.
However, not all of these volumes were in fine or decorated bindings.
Because the heel is free with telemark bindings you genuflect on one bent knee to turn when going downhill.
Bindings should be compatible with your skiing ability and your weight.
Finally, protocol bindings provide a way for encapsulating SAML request/reply messages within specific communication protocols.
src] phosphorylation, occurs even in the absence of fibrinogen, whereas aggregation requires fibrinogen binding to its receptor, integrin [Alpha]IIb[Beta]3 (8).
3]H]-8-OH-DPAT binding to membranes of different brain regions has revealed different sensitivity to metal ions and guanine nucleotides [10, 11].
The company's bindings division switched to SolidWorks software this summer after engineers found they could design parts faster with SolidWorks than with other software.
Randonnee ski bindings have two modes: lock down, which mimics downhill ski bindings, and a free heel mode for flexibility when climbing uphill.
In addition, in the past season, a significant percentage of K2's skis were sold as integrated systems with Marker bindings.
In a related press release today, Sun announced an agreement with SGI(R) (NYSE:SGI) to cooperate on developing Java bindings to the OpenGL application programming interface (API), Khronos intends to leverage this work to define standardized bindings between Java and OpenGL ES.