noun, plural bind·er·ies.
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The next morning I was at work in the bindery, smearing glue on the backs of unbound books.
Back of the bindery stood the blacksmith shop, where MacKittrick, the historian-blacksmith, plied the bellows and smote the anvil.
If the bindery is connected with the pressroom, they are simply jogged, counted, and piled on trucks and delivered in this way.
In olden times, when all work was done by hand, the product of a good-sized cloth bindery was from 500 to 1000 books a day.
As in the past the bindery has proved a valuable and economical section of the Library.Report of the Chief Librarian|J. O. Wilson and General Assembly Library (New Zealand)