- one of several metal pegs or rods, fitted into a loose-leaf binder, for holding sheets with prepunched holes.
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To a child in confinement its mother's knee is a binding-post.
Make three binding-post plates out of folded pieces of tin, similar to plates B and C, in Fig. 182.
Figures 181 and 182 show how to mount the lever and binding-post plates upon the switch base.
Strips B and C, folded in half, and punched near the ends, form the binding-post plates.
Fig. 64 shows the method of connecting with the special form of binding-post used, for example, upon the resistance coil, R C.The Study of Elementary Electricity and Magnetism by Experiment
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