Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of rebind.
  • n. The act or process by which something is rebound.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Walters Art Museum/Owner of The Archimedes Palimpsest This 13th-century prayer book was made by scraping the original text off the parchment paper, removing the binding, rotating the pages 90 degrees and rebinding the pages in book form.

    Reading Beneath the Lines

  • Also tends to suggest that the book has faults that make it not worth rebinding, else it might be described as a “Binding Copy”.

    2009 July 14 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • He had Mayer look into the idea, and she quickly found that rebinding would be too costly.

    In the Plex

  • She became an accomplished bookbinder, rebinding many of her own two thousand volumes.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • When the emperor's daughter Eiah, who feels her father is abandoning his female subjects but importing Galt brides, decides to support him, his chances of rebinding the andat look good.

    The Price of Spring - Daniel Abraham

  • With luck, the binder will be able to apply a new, flexible glued binding to replace the original, but you may be forced to accept a rebinding in which thread is stabbed through the inner margins of the pages to sew the book together in the style of a crude library rebinding.

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  • It also covers rebinding of hardcover books and serials.

    NISO Standards

  • If there2s a healer in that village, Darius, or even someone with more skill than I at cleaning and rebinding wounds, you will be taken care of immediately, or they2ll learn how angry a minotaur can become. 4 At the knight2s anxious expression, Kaz smiled widely, displaying all of his teeth.

    Kaz the Minotaur

  • 'Hardly,' Shipley said, rebinding the file, putting it carefully away in the safe.

    Black Blade

  • But Aahz was already at work, rebinding the few items we had unpacked.

    Myth Conceptions

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