spiral binding


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spiral binding

[′spī·rəl ′bīnd·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A book binding in which a spiral of wire or plastic strip is wound through holes at the edge of the book.
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Blending a history with photos which are easily compared to fabrics through lay-flat spiral binding and a hardcover edge for easy filing, Dating Fabrics 2 is the fabric collector's essential reference.
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The small size and spiral binding make the guide easy to carry around and consult.
Spiral binding. The CD-ROM contains example Excel charts as templates.
The wire spiral binding allows the book to lie flat on a desk or stand in a holder next to a computer monitor.
The volume is bound in a sturdy hidden spiral binding in an oversized horizontal format (12x8.75").
Wire spiral binding. The CD-ROM contains a computer program for working through the questions.