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  • n. Plural form of bonder.


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  • "bonders", but not by any means similar to peasants in other lands; on the contrary, they were the udal-born proprietors of the soil -- the peasant-nobility, so to speak, the Udallers, or freeholders, without any superior lord, and were entitled to attend and have a voice in the

    Erling the Bold

  • A more relaxed approach to sex may prove especially beneficial for pair-bonders like us.

    Marnia Robinson: Intercourse vs. Orgasm

  • Note 93: The perception of women as natural bonders and men as natural competitors has been given "scientific" endorsement by writers such as biological anthropologist Robin Dunbar in Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of Language (London: Faber and Faber, 1996).

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  • Others released enervating gases, which were as quickly rendered harmless by receptor-seeking neutralizing bonders.

    The False Mirror

  • The Game was dominated by them and the junk bonders and Savings-Loan defrauders.

    The Great California Game

  • You aren't going to find any bonders out there, anyone to share with.

    Flinx In Flux

  • "What god is this one?" asked Olaf of the bonders who stood near him.

    Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age

  • Thereafter all the talk went peacefully, and at the last it was determined that a great midsummer feast of offering should be held at Mere, and thither should come all the lords of the land and chiefs of the bonders.

    Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age

  • Then the bonders thought that the king might easily be persuaded to adopt their old time customs, and their indignation against him was appeased.

    Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age

  • He watched the bonders preparing the pyre for the sacrifice, but before it was lighted he went into the inner chamber and inspected the images of the gods.

    Olaf the Glorious A Story of the Viking Age


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