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Quotes of binds

  1. Temperance is simply a disposition of the mind which binds the passion. – Thomas Aquinas
  2. Any act often repeated soon forms a habit; and habit allowed, steady gains in strength, At first it may be but as a spider's web, easily broken through, but if not resisted it soon binds us with chains of steel. – Tryon Edwards
  3. One of the things that binds us as a family is a shared sense of humor. – Ralph Fiennes
  4. All who think cannot but see there is a sanction like that of religion which binds us in partnership in the serious work of the world. – Benjamin Franklin
  5. No great idea in its beginning can ever be within the law. How can it be within the law? The law is stationary. The law is fixed. The law is a chariot wheel which binds us all regardless of conditions or place or time. – Emma Goldman
  6. Marriage is an act of will that signifies and involves a mutual gift, which unites the spouses and binds them to their eventual souls, with whom they make up a sole family- a domestic church. – Pope John Paul II
  7. For too long, we have focused on our differences- in our politics and backgrounds, in our race and beliefs- rather than cherishing the unity and pride that binds us together. – Bob Riley
  8. Jealousy is the tie that binds and binds and binds – Helen Rowland
  9. One can be a brother only in something. Where there is no tie that binds men, men are not united but merely lined up. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  10. Death's a debt; his mandamus binds all alike- no bail, no demurrer. – Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  11. Fear is a noose that binds until it strangles. – Jean Toomer
  12. The moment I have realized God sitting in the temple of every human body, the moment I stand in reverence before every human being and see God in him- that moment I am free from bondage, everything that binds vanishes, and I am free. – Swami Vivekananda
  13. I think things like food, the food of the south is sort of the common tie that binds us all, Black and White, the sense memories. It's a very particular part of the country. – Sela Ward
  14. He who binds his soul to knowledge, steals the key of heaven. – Nathaniel Parker Willis

Usage examples for binds

  1. And your wish not to lose me, binds me to you more closely. – One of Our Conquerors, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  2. The third coat is the sub- mucous, made up of loose connective tissues, and binds the mucous to the muscular coat. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  3. One link binds Carlsruhe with the traditions of ecclesiastical art in Germany, and that is a most acceptable statue of Ervin von Steinbach, the master- builder of Strasburg's cathedral. – The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine by Francis Miltoun
  4. You know something, now, of the tie that binds my boy to Sequoia. – The Valley of the Giants by Peter B. Kyne
  5. Reasons of state invite us as friends and neighbours by the preservation of our lives and property, but the interest of religion binds us as Christians and brethren to the mutual defence of the liberty of our consciences. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  6. But nothing binds you; you have more than acquitted yourself toward him by refusing for more than two years past the royal hands offered you. – Cinq Mars, Complete by Alfred de Vigny Last Updated: March 3, 2009
  7. Its commanding position, with reference to the Gulf of Mexico and the West India seas; the character of its population; its situation midway between our southern coast and the island of St. Domingo; its safe and capacious harbor of the Havana, fronting a long line of our shores destitute of the same advantage; the nature of its productions and of its wants, furnishing the supplies and needing the returns of a commerce immensely profitable and mutually beneficial,- give it an importance in the sum of our national interests with which that of no other foreign territory can be compared, and little inferior to that which binds the different members of this Union together. – Cuba, Old and New by Albert Gardner Robinson
  8. This money he thrust into Merriwell's hands, saying: There you have it, and that binds the bargain between us. – Frank Merriwell's Races by Burt L. Standish
  9. She feels pleased and tickled at the thought that she will be rid directly of the baby that binds her hand and foot. – The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov
  10. Convey this present to his highness; 'tis As yet no chain, it binds me not as yet, But out of it may grow a link to bind me. – Mary Stuart A Tragedy by Frederich Schiller
  11. There is need of something to break the spell of indifference that oftentimes binds us, and to open glimpses of better, sweeter, grander possibilities. – The Jericho Road by W. Bion Adkins
  12. Binds with corn- stalks to protect against rabbits. – The Apple by Various
  13. It is well to weave a half- inch of the cotton warp for filling, as this binds the ends more firmly than wool. – How to make rugs by Candace Wheeler
  14. Honour binds each of us to someone else. – The Moon out of Reach by Margaret Pedler
  15. She makes herself as beautiful as possible and sits on the front porch with him, and I would call that an honorable cause for marriage, but Roxanne says that in Byrdsville no tie binds a lady to marry a gentleman until after it is done. – Phyllis by Maria Thompson Daviess
  16. The extent to which custom really binds is doubtful. – The Value of Money by Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
  17. Each of these Powers binds itself to use all the means at its disposal to put an end to this trade, and to punish those engaged in it. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose
  18. I had talked about the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council being a body which " binds without friction and links without strain," and Lord Granville did the same. – The Adventure of Living by John St. Loe Strachey
  19. Our Country Folks, who in Health, naturally dislike red Wine, prefer it when Sick; which is wrong, as it binds them up more than white Wine. – Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health by Samuel Auguste David Tissot

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