[bahyn-duh-ree, -dree]
noun, plural binderies.
a place where books are bound.

1800–10, Americanism; bind + -ery

binary, bindery. Unabridged
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World English Dictionary
bindery (ˈbaɪndərɪ)
n , pl -eries
a place in which books are bound

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Word Origin & History

1810, Amer.Eng.; from bind + -ery.
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Computing Dictionary

bindery definition

A Novell Netware database that contains definitions for entities such as users, groups, and workgroups. The bindery allows the network supervisor to design an organised and secure operating environment based on the individual requirements of each of these entities.
The bindery has three components: objects, properties, and property data sets. Objects represent any physical or logical entity, including users, user groups, file servers. Properties are characteristics of each object (e.g. passwords, account restrictions, internetwork addresses). Property data sets are the values assigned to an entity's bindery properties.
[Netware Version 3.11 "Concepts" documentation (a glossary of Netware-related terms)].
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010
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Example sentences
Directs and participates in operating book presses, embossers and other bindery equipment.
Pease also admitted that he did not review the personnel files of the three third shift bindery workers when he made his decision.
Performs collating, bindery, and distribution functions.
We offer quality printing, including bindery services, at an economical price.
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