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- adj. able to form bonds
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- adj. capable of being fastened or secured with a rope or bond.
- adj. capable of holding together or cohering; as particles in a mass.
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- adj. capable of being fastened or secured with a rope or bond
- adj. capable of holding together or cohering; as particles in a mass
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Spend the day exploring different kinds of fibres including making silk paper, denim fibres, cotton and linen fibres and Angelina heat-bondable fibres for a bit of sparkle.
BPAI: The steps of claims 14 and 24 are performed by a master device or a bondable/bonded slave device.
Second - degree murder here in Florida is a non-bondable offense.
But they ` re bondable offenses so that ` s why she ` s getting out on bond.
All we have to be is eighteen or older, bondable, possessing a car and a home phone and having one year of Minnesota residency.
Equally important were the question of whether the suspect was high born and wealthy, or low born and bondable, or a beggar, or -- most unfortunate of all, a mere penniless slave.
It's bondable -- and I guess I 've got a few things that are worth something -- and a few friends that I can go to.
You will be willing to travel 70% and be bondable, and possess a valid driver's license at all times.
Applicant must be bondable and meet or exceed minimum qualifications for each of the following background checks: Criminal Background Investigation, Motor Vehicle Driving Record, Professional and Personal Reference Checks, and give permission to submit to random drug and alcohol testing.