Also called edging or piping, this is the decorative trim detailing on the fold-down portion of a flat sheet or pillowcase or sham. Usually contrasts the bed linen so detailing stands out. A nice extra touch to feed your senses.
A long strip of fabric often cut on the bias used for different purposes. For example, you can wrap (double fold) binding around the edge of your fabric, and then stitch in place. The binding makes a neat finish and decorates the edges.
the method of holding pages or sheets together; may be simply stapled or sewn, or sewn and enclosed in wrappers, but most often refers to a "hard" binding or covers. This type of binding may be covered with cloth, various leathers, or paper over boards or other more exotic materials. The binding can be done by hand or by machine as in a publisher's "trade binding". The following terms relate primarily to leather bindings: Full binding ----- volume is entirely encased in leather (calf, sheep, morocco, etc.) Three-quarter binding ----- volume has leather spine and corners which occupy approx. 3/4 of the space along top edge of board (cover). The remainder of the board is covered with a different material. Half binding ----- the spine and corner leather occupy only approx. 1/2 of top edge. Quarter binding ----- usually lacks leather corners and leather of the spine occupies only approx. 1/4 of the top edge
The process by which the pages and cover of a book are bound together. EIA uses the following three methods: Perfect bind, in which the pages and cover are glued to the spine. Saddle stitch, in which the pages and cover are stapled through the fold edge. Used for publications with fewer than 96 pages and without a spine. Side stitch, in which the pages and cover are stapled through the front to the back, slightly in from the left side of the cover. There is no spine or folded edge.
To join the assembled (collated) pages of a printed piece together. Binding takes many forms including saddle-stitching, adhesive binding, mechanical binding, loose-leaf binding. Binding is also used as a general term to describe all finishing operations.
The back cover, spine (center panel which connects the front and back cover to the pages and faces out when the book is shelved), and front cover of a book. A binding is what what holds a book together. Types of binding include case binding, comb binding, perfect binding, saddle stitching, spiral binding, and velo binding.
The process whereby two or more sheets of paper are bound together for catalogues, books, magazines, brochures, etc. There are several different types of binding, each suited to specific requirements. The three most common are: saddle stitching, perfect binding and burst binding.
The trim that runs along the top and sometimes back of a guitar is called Binding. It can be made of plastic or wood, and can be multiple layers, giving a dressy look, especially to acoustic guitars. It also protects the edge of the guitar from damage from minor hits.
a strip of fabric sewn over the edges of the quilt layers to finish the raw edges, add strength, and/or decorate the edge. Can be straight or scalloped. A binding can also be a part of the backing wrapped over to the front.
A strip of fabric which is folded over the edge of a quilt. The binding encloses the raw edges of the quilt top, back and batting and is the finishing step in completing a quilt. Bindings can be cut on the straight of grain of the fabric or on the bias if the binding is to cover edges which are curved.
This is a narrow strip of fabric or tape used to cover the raw edges of a garment. It can be on the inside where it won't be seen, or on the outside to show as decoration. For many hidden uses, BIAS BINDING will be asked for.
(1) Attaching sheets into a single unit by adhesives, sewing, stitching, metal prongs, snaps, etc. The operations that comprise collating, perforating, and folding the elements of a form into the finished product. (2) That portion or edge of a book of forms which is bound.
A narrow length of fabric that has been sewn on to cover seams or unfinished edges. Referred to as “self-binding” when in the same color and fabric as the base fabric. Contrasting binding is of a different color, pattern or fabric.
a narrow fabric used to finish raw edges. In sewing, binding is used as both a noun and a verb to refer to finishing a seam or hem of a garment, usually by rolling or pressing then stitching on an edging or trim. birdseye (bird's eye) birdseye (bird's eye) very soft, light weight, and absorbent. Woven with a loosely twisted filling to increase absorbency. Launders very well. It is also called "diaper cloth" and is used for that purpose as well as very good towelling. Also "novelty" birdseye effects used as summer dress fabrics. Worsted. Smooth, clear finish. Has small diamond-shaped figures with a dot in the centre of each. Pattern suggests the eye of a bird. Fine quality suiting for men and women. biretta a square cap with three ridges on top worn by clergymen especially of the Roman Catholic Church
What holds a book together. A trade binding is usually sewn and glued. A library binding is more durable, with cloth reinforcement and often a different sewing method. Paperbacks are usually bound with glue only.
A process by which software components and layers are linked together. When a network component is installed, the binding relationships and dependencies for the components are established. Binding allows components to communicate with each other.
A protective and decorative strip made of wood or plastic that is placed along the outer most edges of the top, back, neck, fingerboard and some times headstock. This is a cap used to seal and protect joints. Sometimes incorrectly referred to as purfling, purfling actually refers to inlays along side of the binding and not the actual binding itself.
The means of holding the signatures of a book together. Bindings may be glue (perfect or a hybrid process such as Otabind or Rep-Kover) or a mechanical means such as wire, plastic comb (PVC), or ring binder (notebook).
The fastening together of papers to create a book or brochure. The most common styles of binding are: Case or edition binding Commonly used for hardbound books, case binding brings folded sheets together into signatures, which are sewn together with thread and glued to a spine, with gauze extensions to hold together the end papers. Mechanical binding Stacked single sheets are punched with a hole along one edge and bound together with a plastic comb or spiral ring. Perfect binding A stack of single sheets or signatures (folded sheets) are glued together along one edge and wrapped with a cover sheet. Saddle stitched binding Folded sheets or signatures of paper are gathered together, one inside the other, and placed over a "saddle," then stitched or stapled along the spine with wire. Side stitched binding Single or folded sheets of paper are stacked together and stapled at the edge.
A key gets its meaning in Emacs by having a binding which is a command (q.v.), a Lisp function that is run when the key is typed. See section ¥¡1/4¤È¥³¥Þ¥ó¥É. Customization often involves rebinding a character to a different command function. The bindings of all keys are recorded in the keymaps (q.v.). See section ¥¡1/4¥Þ¥Ã¥×.
A key sequence gets its meaning in Emacs by having a binding, which is a command (q.v.), a Lisp function that is run when the user types that sequence. See section Binding. Customization often involves rebinding a character to a different command function. The bindings of all key sequences are recorded in the keymaps (q.v.). See section AD.4.1 Keymaps.
A binding is a Magickal working aimed at preventing or limiting the actions of its target. Many regard this as a serious, last resort step due to the ethical implications of interfering with the free will of another.
In computer science, binding is the creation of a simple reference to something that is larger and more complicated and used frequently. The simple reference can be used instead of having to repeat the larger thing. A binding is such a reference.
A formal commitment specifying maximum levels at which a GATT member's tariffs on a given product will be set. Tariff bindings provide a major element of stability to international trade by limiting large, unpredictable changes in tariff levels, since other GATT members may be entitled to compensation if a country raises a tariff above the bound rate. Many LDC members of GATT have bound few of their tariffs, however, and others --applying "ceiling bindings" at rates much higher than prevailing tariff levels -- retain considerable leeway to change tariffs at will.
Binding is the process of forming an association between a name and an action. This may be the responsibility of the compiler, or of the executing program. With a late binding system, a name may be bound to an action at any point during the execution of a program.
A software-based connection between network components, where a component is an adapter, protocol, or service. Bindings determine which adpater can use which protocol over which service. Example: if a network adapter was bound to the NetBEUI protocol and the NetBEUI protocol was bound to the Microsoft File and Printer Sharing service, then that network adapter would be able to use the NetBEUI protocol to share files and printers.
The process the dynamic loader goes through of filling in a process's procedure linkage tables and data linkage tables with the addresses of shared library routines and data. When a symbol is bound, it is accessible to the program.
Commitment under GATT or GATS to keep market open, specifying maximum level of trade barriers. Requires negotiation and possibly compensation if a trade barrier is to be raised beyond the bound ceiling.
The process by which a molecule becomes bound, that is, confined in position with respect to a receptor. Confinement occurs because structural features of the receptor create a potential well for the ligand; van der Waals and electrostatic interactions commonly contribute
(1.) A temporary association between a client and both an object and a server that exports an interface to the object. A binding is meaningful only to the program that sets it and is represented by a bound handle. (2.) In SOM, Language-specific macro or procedure that makes implementing and using SOM classes more convenient. These bindings offer a convenient interface to SOM that is tailored to a particular programming language. The SOM Compiler generates binding files for C and C++. These binding files include an implementation template for the class and two header files, one to be included in the class's implementation file and the other in client programs. (3.) In a multiprocessor context, constraining a thread to a specific physical processor to gain the benefit of processor affinity.
The relationship between a pronoun such as she and its antecedent noun such as Jane as in Jane helped herself, Helen said Jane helped her, etc, is called binding—a complex area of the Universal Grammar theory
Binding theory is a term within linguistics which refers to a broad class of theories dealing with the distribution of pronominal elements. The idea that there should be a specialised, coherent theory dealing with this particular set of phenomena originated in work in transformational grammar in the 1970s. This work culminated in government and binding theory (a general theory of innate linguistic structure) whose version of the binding theory is still considered a reference point, though it is no longer current.
A binding estimate is made when the mover is able to evaluate your goods and offer you a fixed price that cannot be altered. A non-binding estimate is the carrier's approximation of the cost based on the estimated weight of the shipment and the accessorial services requested. A non-binding estimate is not binding on the carrier and the final charges will be based on the actual weight and tariffs in effect.
a binding estimate is an agreement made in advance with the mover that guarantees the total cost of the move based on the quantities and services shown on the estimate. A non-binding estimate is the carrier's approximation of the cost based on the estimated weight of the shipment and the accessorial services requested. A non-binding estimate is not binding on the carrier and the final charges will be based on the actual weight and tariff provisions in effect.
The connection between a model item in the XForms Model and a form control in the XForms User Interface, or other presentation. Can also refer to the connection between a model item and its representation as a instance data item.
From XForms 1.0 ( 2003-10-14) A "binding" connects an instance data node to a form control or to a model item constraint by using a binding expression as a locater. An [XPath 1.0] PathExpr used in a binding.
(1) The process of creating a program by packaging Integrated Language Environment (ILE) modules and resolving symbols passed between those modules. For example, before you can run your application program, a relationship between the program and any referred-to tables and views must be established. (2) In the context of DRDA, the process of creating an SQL package on an application server (AS).
The process of creating a program by packaging Integrated Language Environment (ILE) modules and resolving symbols passed between those modules. In the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), a relationship between a client and a server involved in a remote procedure call.
Binding: The mover quotes a flat price based upon a given inventory. No matter how long the job takes, the flat price is always paid. It is given only when an onsite estimate is performed Non-Binding: These estimates are based upon the movers' previous experience of jobs similar to yours. As the name suggests, these estimates are subject to change Hourly Rates: Customers are charged by the hour per man, per truck
Binding: The shipper quotes a flat price based upon a given weight and inventory. No matter the circumstances, this flat price is always paid. It is given only when a written estimate is made. Non-binding: These estimates are based upon the shippers' previous experience of cargos similar to yours. As the name suggests, these estimates are subject to change. Container Rates: Customers are charged a flat fee, by container volume.
The connection of a software component to another, usually a user interface, so that a user may make use of it. In AIPS++, binding is often accomplished using Glish, and the Distributed Object interface.
In OLE DB, the association of a piece of memory in the data consumer's buffer with a column of data in a Rowset. The caller supplies this information to describe a data structure with offsets for each value.
The ability of molecules to stick to each other because of the exact shape and chemical nature of parts of their surfaces. Many biological molecules bind extremely tightly and specifically to other molecules: enzymes to their substrates; antibodies to their antigens; DNA strands to their complementary strands; and so on. Binding can be characterized by a binding constant or association constant (Ka), or its inverse, the dissociation constant (Kd).
An association between an interface, a concrete protocol and a data format. A binding specifies the protocol and data format to be used in transmitting messages defined by the associated interface. [WSD Reqs] The mapping of an interface and its associated operations to a particular concrete message format and transmission protocol. See also SOAP binding.
binding is an identification of a port or role in an aggregate representation with a port or role in the component or connector that the aggregate represents. Bindings, at present, have very little internal detail; they are not mediating interactions, they are showing that two different elements are really the same element.
The triplet of numbers that contains the mobile node's home address, its care-of address, and the registration lifetime-how long the mobility agents may use the binding. Binding, within the system, creates the association of a virtual interface to a physical port on the system. This process allows the flow of traffic from the context through the physical port that the interface is associated with.
What literally holds the script together. As a writer submitting your manuscript, you might use either brads with cardstock covers or one of a number of other pre-made folders (all available from The Writers Store).
Refers to the way in which an application (requesting application) can refer to objects in another application. Static binding is when the binding occurs at compile time - the reference to the object(s) in the other application are hard-coded in the requesting application. Dynamic binding is when the binding is selected at run-time.
A method of controlling the actions of another. Most often used to control someone from doing harm to themselves, to you or to another. It's important to note that a binding is manipulation and goes against the creed of faith of 'And in it, do harm to none'