01. You can [bind] the newspapers together with this string.
02. The packages were [bound] together with string and tape.
03. The prisoners were seated on the floor with their hands [bound] behind their backs.
04. We put a spiral [binding] on the book, so it could be opened and lain flat on a desk.
05. The [binding] on this book is wearing out, and the pages are starting to fall out.
06. I was in a bit of a [bind] for a while after I lost my job, but things are much better now.
07. He is in a terrible [bind]; he had planned to go to Miami on the same day that he has his final exam.
08. If ever you're in a [bind], don't hesitate to ask for help.
09. The cowboy leapt off his horse and quickly [bound] the calf's legs together with rope.
10. We [bound] all the surfboards to the roof rack with bungee cords.
11. They were all [bound] together by their shared experience in a concentration camp during the war.
12. Sophie needs a big [binder] for each of her classes.
13. I left my [binder] with all my homework in it on the bus by mistake.
14. Her [binder] is so full that she can't put any more paper in it.
15. My ski [bindings] are loose. I think I should adjust them before I go skiing again.
16. The Chinese custom of [binding] feet to make them smaller ceased in the twentieth century.
17. Your ski [bindings] are loose; you should tighten them before you go out again.
18. Do you have a hole punch, so I can put my papers in my [binder]?
19. Gerald Ford once observed that there are no adequate substitutes for father, mother, and children [bound] together in a loving commitment to nurture and protect.
20. The history of western Africa in the 19th century is closely [bound] to American history.
21. A Chinese proverb notes that one cannot [bind] a couple together and make them husband and wife.
22. Henry Van Dyke once stated that self is the only prison that can [bind] the soul.
23. Throughout its history, many Latvians were poorly paid workers [bound] to farming estates owned by foreigners.
24. The book is [bound] in a handmade leather cover.
25. Energy [binds] atoms together into molecules.

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