Mr. Jordan says he and others similarly situated were in a bind .
Lawson-Remer was in a bind ; she didn't want them to carry out this threat, but she believed the turnout was in the 50,000 to 75,000 range.
he is in a political bind over the welfare issue
Personally I'd like to see him go the whole hog - bind him, gag him and chuck him into the Thames wearing a pair of concrete boots.
This puts him in a bit of a bind because the politically-unspeakable answer here is that there are no good solutions anymore.
Only dense grass cover would bind soil effectively and give effective protection against raindrop impact and thus effective protection against erosion.
What if the practical experience of the Scottish parliament does quite the reverse: strengthens the ties that bind Scotland to the Union?
The mother in relation to the father is a prior untraceable trace, indeed a form of guiltless credit, which supports and underpins a moral economy developed through the property bind of the law of the father.
However, the ties which bind the United States and Turkey together as important allies remain.
Tatty covers can bind the most inspiring literature.