from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mark the boundaries of, preparatory to mining tin—a process by which an undertaker sets up a legal right to mine the unworked tin under a piece of waste land, on paying royalty to the owner: as, to tin-bound a claim.
- n. Same as bound, 3.
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When you are ready to eat, place the still tin-bound cake on a cake stand or plate for serving and carefully remove the cake from its tin.
For stains, cheap, tin-bound brushes are good enough, and are easily replaced.
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