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  • n. Plural form of binding.


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  • Such extension modules are often called bindings for the library.

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  • When I come back, I have to give myself a big mental slap, and change speed, tone and direction -- all of which would be easier; I have to find the emotional threads and bindings, which is harder than it used to be.


  • Letty could not bear the sight of the books and their shelves; the very beauty of the bindings was a reproach to her.

    Mary Marston

  • The file to edit, under the section "Harder Way", is actually called bindings-jboss-beans. xml, located at

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  • Nor is 'bindings' included, for the man who collects these is no book-lover in the truest sense of the word, and his hobby does not fall properly within the category of book-collecting, being classed rather under the heading Art and Vertu, Bric-à-Brac, or what you will.

    The Book-Hunter at Home

  • The game prompts will not change even if you change the default bindings, meaning you'll have to remember quickly where you reassigned the buttons during the game's quick time events.


  • WCF support many different kind of bindings and behaviors, only a few of them are compatible with ASP. NET webservice based client.

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  • Rui Carmo has made 3 network notification sending "bindings", 2 in python and one in php.


  • To help with this, we have put together a one day workshop that takes architects and developers on a tour of WCF and digs deep into some of its core concepts such as bindings, instance and concurrency management, serialization and hosting.

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  • "bindings" to other facilities (often, but not necessarily, libraries), the interpreted program is effectively linked to the facilities it uses through these bindings.

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