from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In architecture, laid lengthwise across a wall, as a brick or stone; formed in whole or part of materials so laid, as a wall: opposed to outbond, where the brick or stone is laid with its length parallel to the face of the wall.
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Noting that both land-based and cruise business were critical components to the survival of companies that form the linkages within the tourism industry, Byles said the island's many attractions, ground handlers, craft and inbond merchants were all beneficiaries and this fact should not be discounted.
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