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The experience formed a close bond between us.
We will work to strengthen our bonds with neighbouring countries.
These women all lead very different lives, but they share a common bond.
Government bonds are usually a safe investment.
The company raised money through a bond issue.
You might take out a bond to buy your house, so that in the long run you will save on rent.
The surfaces must be clean to ensure a good bond between the floor and the tiles.
Carbon atoms can form bonds with nitrogen and oxygen atoms.
He managed to struggle free from his bonds.
A local bail bondsman paid John’s bond for him so that he could go back to his family pending his trial.