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  • v. Present participle of bund.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A staging or scaffold in a mine-level for carrying debris.


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  • Internet due to "bunding" Internet Explorer with their operating system.


  • The houses are insulated with earth bunding on three sides.

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  • By contrast, the vicar's study was bunding with light from the enormous windows that ran nearly from ceiling to floor in one wall.

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  • The first essential step in dry farming is bunding.

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  • All soil conservation works, particularly contour bunding, must be fully protected against erosion, preferably with vegetative cover.

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  • Compared to terracing, bunding, or land leveling, vetiver is very inexpensive.

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  • Experience in India and in other countries has shown that conventional earth bunding systems on small farms have been expensive to develop and have in many cases proved ineffective.

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  • For a while he raced ahead of them in a bunding surge of speed toward the distant green mountain.

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  • Mad with fear the herd plunged through the fires, their small hoofs knocking sparks in a bunding shower.

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  • After the dark, even with the filters slid in place, the light was a bunding shock and it was a little time before I could make out where we were.

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