Binding handle

binding handle


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    one of several metal pegs or rods, fitted into a loose-leaf binder, for holding sheets with prepunched holes. Historical Examples The Traveling Engineers’ Association Anonymous Electricity for Boys J. S. Zerbe Electric Gas Lighting Norman H. Schneider The Library of Work and Play: Electricity and Its Everyday Uses John F. Woodhull The Library of Work […]

  • Binding rafter

    a timber for supporting rafters between their extremities, as a purlin.

  • Binding strake

    a very strong, heavy strake of planking, especially one next to a sheer strake. Historical Examples Toilers of the Sea Victor Hugo

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    binding-time analysis compiler An analysis to identify sub-expressions which can be evaluated at compile-time or where versions of a function can be generated and called which are specialised to certain values of one or more arguments. See partial evaluation. (1995-03-28)

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