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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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There never seem chains and ropes enough to satisfy their minds concerned with the safe binding of free ships to the strong, muddy, enslaved earth.
Fiction there was none at all that I can recall, except Poe's 'Tales of the Grotesque and the Arabesque' (I long afflicted myself as to what those words meant, when I might easily have asked and found out) and Bulwer's Last Days of Pompeii, all in the same kind of binding. History is known, to my young remembrance of that library, by a History of the United States, whose dust and ashes I hardly made my way through; and by a 'Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada', by the ever dear and precious Fray Antonio Agapida, whom I was long in making out to be one and the same as Washington Irving.
She knew that this beloved garden was to be the scene of the binding words that must seal their as yet unworded understanding.
Their owners had evidently come to that spot to make some needful repairs in the stage arrangements, for one of them was engaged in binding together a small gallows with thread, while the other was intent upon fixing a new black wig, with the aid of a small hammer and some tacks, upon the head of the radical neighbour, who had been beaten bald.
Bindings add style, define edges and add polish to a finished project.
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.
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.
To make truly gender-specific boards, boots, and bindings, you have to account for the differences in women's calf and foot structures, weight ranges, and foot sizes, as well as riding styles and stances.
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.)
Authentic bindings, rare typefaces and illustrations by notable artists combine to make Folio editions unique.