from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In bookbinding, a binding in smooth sheep or calf of pale-brown color. Also known as law-sheep, law-calf.
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In that sort of "sinalization," the textbook and the teacher both deliver a series of positive teachings -- law-binding, justice, peace, ... etc.
The entire education system is nothing but a tool that the chinese government used to ensure Taiwanese to be "law-binding" citizen such that their government officers can gain benefit from "being out side the law."
The biggest problem we really have with that is that some slip through the net, and only get a ESRB rating which isnt law-binding.
Up to the Rebellion of 1896 the placid word of the ecclesiastic, the superstitious veneration which he inspired in the ignorant native, had a greater law-binding effect than the commands of the civil functionary.