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... Bond galvanised the side by signing experienced reinforcements to complement promising youngsters at the club, oversaw an upturn in results which saw City finish in a more respectable ... During their FA Cup run, Bond guided Manchester City to a 6–0 win over former club Norwich City at Maine Road in the fourth round ... At the end of this thrilling game, Bond jumped from an upper tier of the stand into the players' tunnel, in order that he could offer his commiserations to son Kevin, who was playing for Norwich ...
... Bond was born in Dedham, Essex ... Bond had been spotted playing by West Ham assistant-manager Ted Fenton when he was manager with Colchester United ... He had convinced manager Charlie Paynter to offer Bond a contract and Bond turned professional in March 1950 ...
... Alan Bond (disambiguation) Edward Bond (disambiguation) Gerald Bond (1909–1965), South African Test cricketer George Bond (disambiguation) Graham Bond (1937–1974), an ...
... Italian actress, whose best known part was Tatiana Romanova in the 1963 James Bond movie From Russia with Love ... She was the youngest actress (age 21) to play a Bond girl prior to Alison Doody (age 18 in A View to a Kill) ... still remains the youngest actress to play a "leading" Bond girl ...
... The molecule is flat the bond angle at the sulphur is around 93 degrees, the C-C-S angle is around 109, and the other two carbons have a bond angle around 114 degrees ... The C-C bonds to the carbons adjacent to the sulphur are about 1.34A, the C-S bond length is around 1.70A, and the other C-C bond is about 1.41A (figures from the Cambridge Structural ...
More definitions of "bond":
- (noun): A connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest.
Example: "Their friendship constitutes a powerful bond between them"
- (noun): An electrical force linking atoms.
Synonyms: chemical bond
- (noun): United States civil rights leader who was elected to the legislature in Georgia but was barred from taking his seat because he opposed the Vietnam War (born 1940).
Synonyms: Julian Bond
- (noun): A restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner).
Synonyms: shackle, hamper, trammel, trammels
- (verb): Create social or emotional ties.
Example: "The grandparents want to bond with the child"
Synonyms: bind, tie, attach
- (verb): Issue bonds on.
- (noun): The property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition.
Synonyms: adhesiveness, adhesion, adherence
- (noun): British secret operative 007 in novels by Ian Fleming.
Synonyms: James Bond
- (noun): A superior quality of strong durable white writing paper; originally made for printing documents.
Synonyms: bond paper
- (noun): A certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal.
Synonyms: bond certificate
Famous quotes containing the word bond:
“Camillo. Prosperitys the very bond of love,
Whose fresh complexion and whose heart together
Perdita. One of these is true:
I think affliction may subdue the cheek,
But not take in the mind.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The ideal of men and women sharing equally in parenting and working is a vision still. What would it be like if women and men were less different from each other, if our worlds were not so foreign? A male friend who shares daily parenting told me that he knows at his very core what his wifes loving for their daughter feels like, and that this knowing creates a stronger bond between them.”
—Anonymous Mother. Ourselves and Our Children, by Boston Womens Health Book Collective, ch. 6 (1978)
“It may comfort you to know that if your child reaches the age of eleven or twelve and you have a good bond or relationship, no matter how dramatic adolescence becomes, you children will probably turn out all right and want some form of connection to you in adulthood.”
—Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century)