I grieve,'' he said, ``reverend Prior, that my vow binds
me to advance no farther upon this floor of my fathers, even to receive such guests as you, and this valiant Knight of the Holy Temple.
Therefore, take me and bind
me to the crosspiece half way up the mast; bind
me as I stand upright, with a bond so fast that I cannot possibly break away, and lash the rope's ends to the mast itself.
whispered the woman who had first suggested that I attempt to bind
Only then will our order have the power unobtrusively to bind
the hands of the protectors of disorder and to control them without their being aware of it.
The greatest kindness will not bind
They sought to bind him with rude bonds, but the bonds would not hold him, and the withes fell far away from his hands and feet: and he sat with a smile in his dark eyes.
What god is this whom you have taken and bind, strong that he is?
But they want to be rid of life; what care they if they bind
others still faster with their chains and gifts
Now, having great reason to believe that they were betrayed, the first thing they did was to bind the two slaves which were left, and cause two of the three men whom they brought with the women (who, it seems, proved very faithful to them) to lead them, with their two wives, and whatever they could carry away with them, to their retired places in the woods, which I have spoken of above, and there to bind the two fellows hand and foot, till they heard farther.
With the seven Spaniards came one of the three savages, who, as I said, were their prisoners formerly; and with them also came the savage whom the Englishmen had left bound hand and foot at the tree; for it seems they came that way, saw the slaughter of the seven men, and unbound the eighth, and brought him along with them; where, however, they were obliged to bind again, as they had the two others who were left when the third ran away.
The process of activating T cells involves a number of proteins, including the "T-cell receptor," a molecule on the surface of a T cell that recognizes and binds
to proteins from the cells or tissues that will subsequently be attacked by the immune system.
By creating an array of sensors that offer different kinds and degrees of binding, "one can use a relatively limited number of sensors, combined with the power of pattern recognition, to identify many more substances" than one could do with a set of sensors that each bind
to just one target, says chemist David R.