A thing or person that binds something, in particular
A cover for holding loose sheets of paper, magazines, etc., together
A substance that acts cohesively
A reaping machine that binds grain into sheaves
a machine that cuts grain and binds it in sheaves
something used to bind separate particles together or facilitate adhesion to a surface
holds loose papers or magazines
This is a list of alternate base character classes to the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. As base classes rather than prestige classes, they can be taken by newly created characters without need for any prerequisites.
A binder is an ingredient used to bind together two or more other materials in mixtures. Its two principal properties are adhesion and cohesion.
The surname Binder derives German origin and it is a form Fassbinder (Cooper). It is an occupational name in German forms.
Ring binders (pronounced bin-der) (sometimes called files in Britain) are folders in which punched pieces of paper may be held by means of clamps running through the holes in the paper. ...
Someone who binds, particularly someone who binds books; a bookbinder; A cover or holder for unbound papers, pages etc; Something that is used to bind things together, often referring to the mechanism that accomplishes this for a book; A dossier; A machine used in harvesting that ties cut ...
(Binders) When used in reference to cartridge filters, refer to chemicals used to hold, or bind, short fibers together in a filter.
(Binders) slang term for a car's brakes.
(BINDERS (SUPPLEMENTS)) are safe, non-toxic ingredients used to bind the nutrients together into a pill form. One common binder is magnesium stearate.
(Binders) 2.) What females who don't want to go braless wear.
(Binders) Additives in the paper making process which increase strength and hardness while decreasing surface fuzz.
(Binders) Brakes. Used in the expression "jumped on the binders."
(Binders) Used in the casting process, binders are mixed with sand then hardened to form a mould or core strong enough for casting to take place.
(Binders) the resins that form the dried surface film of a finish.
(binders) Brakes, particularly the calipers and pads.
(binders) machines that both reap and bind grain.
Binders are added to mold materials in order to create a mold of sufficient hardness. Binders can be either organic or inorganic materials.
Finish or resin added to the stain, used to lock the pigment and dyes into the wood.
A preliminary agreement, secured by the payment of an earnest money deposit, under which a buyer offers to purchase real estate.
Sometimes known as an offer to purchase or an earnest money receipt. A binder is the acknowledgment of a deposit along with a brief written agreement to enter into a contract for the sale of real estate.
A temporary insurance policy that expires at the end of a specific time period or when a permanent policy is written. A binder is given to an applicant for insurance during the time it takes the an insurance company to complete the policy paperwork.
A preliminary agreement evidencing a meeting of the minds and effective until the principal agreement can be executed.
A receipt for a deposit to secure the right to purchase a home at an agreed terms by a buyer and seller.