That the telephone is now doing most of all, in this binding
together of all manner of men, is perhaps not too much to claim, when we remember that there are now in the United States seventy thousand holders of Bell telephone stock and ten million users of telephone service.
The report is a source of valuable information for vendors developing LF binding
analysis systems, and provides the latest market information on this rapidly changing area.
B) Half leather binding
for Grant-in-aid register (full scape size)
into a binding
contract to proceed with the transaction, as opposed to immediately before the closing date.
The latest generation of artificial olfactory and gustatory systems uses a variety of binding
interactions to produce optical cues, such as changes in color or fluorescence, some of which can be seen with the naked eye.
Merrill Lynch argued that under Paparo (71 TC 692 (1979)), the test could not be applied without a fixed and binding
Current ski designs locate binding
pivot points between the center of the heel radius and the back of the boot.
It is commonly assumed that soluble binding
proteins act as antagonists by binding
the hormone and preventing interaction with physiological receptors.
In addition, there is a "final and binding
" clause that appears on the back of each suggestion form submitted by Muncy that states: "All decisions final--Decisions by the suggestion committee are final and binding
on the suggester, the suggestion committee and General Motors Corp.
Although the Commission does not have the authority to require the parties to submit to binding
arbitration, we continue to strongly encourage them to submit to binding
Prior to the final COI regulations, no clear guidance existed as to whether fluctuations in value that take place during the period between the binding
contract date and the effective date of the reorganization affect COI.
The researchers spaced the peptides to match the array of binding
sites on PA.