Full binding

the binding of a book when made wholly of leather, as distinguished from half binding.

See also: Full

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The executive added that the two firms expect to sign full binding agreements on the creation of the JV in the near future.Country: UKSector: Chemicals, Agriculture/ForestryType: JVStatus: ExclusivityComment: Heads of Terms
The Copenhagen meeting has an ambitious agenda, but at the very least is expected to lead to a political agreement on emissions cuts by rich countries, with agreement on a full binding treaty in 2010.
Mr Leyland will take their complaints to a special emergency meeting being held today to discuss how the Federation, which represents 140,000 officers nationally, should react to Jacqui Smith's actions through either lobbying for full industrial rights or full binding arbitration.
Some reinsurers review every risk submitted by a managing underwriter, while others give managing underwriters full binding authority and rely on audits and penalties to avoid unpleasant surprises.
Other aspects of the UDHR have since been developed into separate full binding agreements and international conventions among governments in an effort to better secure the rights for individuals in all nations and under all systems of government.