Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One that bonds.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who bonds; one who deposits goods in a bonded warehouse.
  • noun In masonry, a stone which reaches a considerable distance into or entirely through a wall for the purpose of binding it together: principally used when the wall is faced with ashler for the purpose of tying the facing to the rough backing. Also called bond-stone. See cut under ashler.
  • noun A yeoman of Norway, Sweden, or Denmark.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Norway A freeholder on a small scale.
  • noun One who places goods under bond or in a bonded warehouse.
  • noun (Masonry) A bonding stone or brick; a bondstone.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A machine or substance used to make a bond, or a person who uses such.

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  • Products are suitable for round-section bars, square-section bars, flat-section bars and special steel profiles without the need for solid surface coating lubricants, such as bonder - generally used on the Shumag draw benches.

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  • Products are suitable for round-section bars, square-section bars, flat-section bars and special steel profiles without the need for solid surface coating lubricants, such as bonder - generally used on the Shumag draw benches.

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  • Cheney, a consummate male-bonder -- he spent quality time with Dresser's CEO at a Texas quail hunt -- was integral to making the final push to do the deal.

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  • D&D seems to be an almost universal bonder for a huge number of geeks out there.

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  • D&D seems to be an almost universal bonder for a huge number of geeks out there.

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  • To a completion guarantor a screenplay is a legal document, signed off by the distributor, lender, bonder, producer and director, analogous to what the plans and specifications for a building are to a construction firm.

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  • To a completion guarantor a screenplay is a legal document, signed off by the distributor, lender, bonder, producer and director, analogous to what the plans and specifications for a building are to a construction firm.

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  • To a completion guarantor a screenplay is a legal document, signed off by the distributor, lender, bonder, producer and director, analogous to what the plans and specifications for a building are to a construction firm.

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  • To a completion guarantor a screenplay is a legal document, signed off by the distributor, lender, bonder, producer and director, analogous to what the plans and specifications for a building are to a construction firm.

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