Binding may refer to:
- Ski binding, a device for connecting a foot to a ski
- Snowboard binding, a device for connecting a foot to a snowboard
- Bookbinding, the protective cover of a book and the art of constructing this
- Binding (computer science), a tie (for example) to certain names in programming languages
- Binding (knot), a type of knot
- Binding (linguistics), a property relating to anaphors (pronouns and R-expressions) and c-command
- Binding (molecular), a chemical interaction between molecules
- The binding problem, or how we assemble disparate perceptual inputs to create consciousness
- Binding (sewing), a finish to a seam or hem
- Breast binding, also known as chest binding, a bra-like structure to de-emphasize breast size
- Neural binding, synchrononous activity of neurons and neuronal ensembles
- Binding Brauerei, a brewery in Frankfurt, Germany. In Skiing, a ski binding is an attachment which anchors the ski boot to the Ski. A snowboard is a thin hourglass shaped board ridden down a sloped section of earth covered in snow Bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a Book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of Paper or other material In Computer science, binding is the creation of a simple Reference to something that is larger and more complicated and used frequently A binding knot is a Knot that may be used to keep an object or multiple loose objects together using a string or a rope that passes at least once around them Binding theory is a term within Linguistics which refers to a broad class of theories dealing with the distribution of Pronominal and anaphoric elements Molecular binding is an attractive interaction between two Molecules which results in a stable association in which the two molecules are in close proximity to each other The binding problem is "the problem of how the unity of conscious perception is brought about by the distributed activities of the central nervous system 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 Breast binding is the material used in or the act of reducing visible Breast size in both women and men through the use of constrictive materials According to neural Binding hypothesis neurons within different neuronal assemblies fire in synchrony to unite different features of neuronal representations together Dr Oetker is a German company that produces Baking powder, Cake mixes Yogurts, frozen pizza and Pudding.
Binding may also refer to:
- the characteristic of being legally binding
- the effect of eggs or of flax in baking
- the reversible association of molecules in pharmacology/biochemistry/chemistry, like the binding of a ligand to a receptor, or the binding of a metal ion by a chelator
Binding is the surname of:
See also A contract is an exchange of promises between two or more parties to do or refrain from doing an act which is enforceable in a court of law An egg is a round or oval body laid by the female of many animals consisting of an Ovum surrounded by layers of Membranes and an outer casing which acts to nourish Flax (also known as common flax or linseed) (binomial name Linum usitatissimum) is a member of the genus Linum In Biochemistry, a ligand ( latin ligare = to bind is a substance that is able to bind to and form a complex with a Biomolecule In Biochemistry, a receptor is a Protein molecule embedded in either the Plasma membrane or Cytoplasm of a cell to which a mobile signaling Chelation is the binding or complexation of a bi- or multidentate Ligand. Karl Ludwig Lorenz Binding ( April 6 1841 — April 7 1920) was a German Jurist known as a promoter of the theory of The reaper-binder, or binder, was a farm implement that improved upon the Reaper. BIND ( Berkeley Internet Name Domain or "named" is the most commonly used DNS server on the Internet especially on Unix -like systems where it Binding energy is the Mechanical energy required to disassemble a whole into separate parts
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- An item (usually rope, tape, or string) used to hold two or more things together.
- The spine of a book where the pages are held together.
- (sewing) A finishing on a seam or hem of a garment
- (programming) The association of an identifier with a value.
- (programming) The association of a variable name with a storage location's content.
- Assigning something that one will be held to.
- Present participle of bind.
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