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    bind Beispielsätze

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    binding


    binds


    1. · To realize that in the long run good and bad things are bound to cancel out each other


    2. There was Luron's Cloud, scheduled south this Nightday and the Bram Daring bound north on the eastern shore with Nightday breakfast


    3. They fell in behind a barge carrying hundreds of rolls of raw cloth bound on a day-long journey to the fashion shops of the south side


    4. While the above advantages are bound to result in better average performance of the investments, it must be clearly understood that this can neither compete with abnormal appreciation of a few shares nor escape the effect of a bearish market when share prices are lower than their purchase price


    5. point in the cycle of analysis and discovery that is bound to follow, be you the walker


    6. " He struggled weakly with the tangled tubes that bound him to the bed


    7. When the Presidente Lula departed Sol bound for 61Cygni, Glenelle was much younger than the woman shown by this android


    8. profusely, his broken ankle crudely bound and obviously causing him pain


    9. opening of the prison to those who are bound;


    10. As he passes out the door, he sees two other hooded men with a fifth hooded, bound man between them


















































































    1. Everything’s cyclical, but the forces that bind are also the ones that can tear everything apart


    2. He sets Khalid down on a sandy patch of ground, begins to bind his leg as Khalid drifts in and out of consciousness, moans


    3. The partial bind had led to a state of dependence which Ginger thought was simply deplorable


    4. She had experienced the bind and had rejected it after a time


    5. to kill all the fears that bind me to this nightmare


    6. That wire was wrapped around him to bind his arms to his sides


    7. I am the cloud, the dullness of depressions that slip ankle and bind neck


    8. 8 to bind their kings with chains,


    9. ‘I’m going to have to pack it and bind the wound


    10. It takes more time than I thought to rip up the shirt and bind his shoulder


















































































    1. Version two had introduced the partial binding, whereby the device and the host's mind could inter-operate without the bother of typing or talking or displaying images on a screen


    2. An example is "binding


    3. Of course, where was Luray going to fill her cup out here? Luray had been pretty whole come to think of it, finding the campsite, a lot of the food, binding Alan's foot better than she could have done


    4. It is a binding document


    5. He insists on binding my thighs with soft bandages before we move on – a process which is embarrassing and at the same time bond-building


    6. What is an assembly binding redirect? Where are the places an administrator or developer can affect


    7. They cut the ropes binding


    8. His words had broken the spell binding her to that spot in the corridor; horror fuelling her muscles, Chrissie frantically dodged from one side of the hall to the other, desperately trying to find a way past, but Ozzie and his grisly burden filled the hallway, she couldn’t get past


    9. " She could feel the binding about her chest grow tighter, with her rapid breaths


    10. forth, trying to break the handcuffs binding her


















































































    1. that binds these dogwatch days


    2. The All Heaven treaty binds us to Heavenly Talstan I know,” Heymon said, “but I don’t trust them in the least


    3. that binds us to them


    4. In between the wooden pilings is a special cement/wood mixture that binds the logs together


    5. almighty, for he bruises but he binds


    6. It is easy for a human to realize that there is a force that binds all our components together though that force remains unidentified


    7. “And you promise me that you won’t stir things up here and get yourself into any tough binds, especially ones that I can’t save you from


    8. What binds us is what blinds some unconscious painful attachments


    9. The second is the invention of money, which binds together all the relations between civilized societies


    10. Interdependence is a good thing, for it binds a society together


















































































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    bind in English

    constrain yoke border truss constrict shackle encircle tie attach connect tape fasten gird make fast oblige force necessitate sanction involve engage confirm apprentice enslave

    Synonyme für "bind"

    bind constipate hold obligate oblige tie tie down tie up truss bandage adhere bond hold fast stick stick to attach constrain yoke border constrict shackle encircle connect tape fasten gird make fast force necessitate sanction involve engage confirm apprentice enslave