Bond, James


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Bond, James

secret agent 007, whose exploits feature futuristic technology. [Br. Lit.: Herman, 27]

Bond, James

Agent 007: super spy, super hero. [Br. Lit.: Herman, 27]
See: Spying
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IT isn't until the dying moments of Casino Royale that Daniel Craig - cruelly labelled Blond Bond - gets to utter the immortal line: "The name's Bond, James Bond", and becomes only the sixth actor to don the tuxedo of the iconic MI6 secret agent on the big screen.
WHEN it comes to Christmas Day viewing, there is only one name to remember - Bond, James Bond.
All that now awaits is a yay or nay from Bond, James Bond.
As you'd except from a hotel chosen by Bond, James Bond, the Hotel Atlantic epitomises style and, being part of the legendary Kempinski chain, boasts exceptional levels of service.
And just to hear him speak those immortal lines, "The name is Bond, James Bond," was reason enough to have made the trip to see him.
The 43-year-old English actor said that after the work on 'Bond 23' was shelved in April 2010 for financial troubles, he was apprehensive that he would never utter the words "The name's Bond, James Bond" again.
The name is Bond, James Bond," may be one of the most famous introductions in cinematic history, but the provocatively named Pussy Galore is equally memorable.
Team members were Joe Broom, Jacob Grainger, Matthew Cosslett, Luke Day, Sam Marshall Bond, James Elliot, Shahad Alhadarif, Elaine Dzregah, Maliha Asaf, Shaydon Morgan and Nathan Smart.
It isn' until the dying moments of Casino Royale that Daniel Craig ( cruelly labelled Blond Bond ( gets to utter the immortal line: "The name's Bond, James Bond" and becomes only the sixth actor to don the tuxedo of the iconic MI6 secret agent on the big screen.
It isn't until the dying moments of Casino Royale that Daniel Craig ( cruelly labelled Blond Bond ( gets to utter the immortal line: "The name's Bond, James Bond", and becomes only the sixth actor to don the tuxedo of the iconic MI6 secret agent on the big screen.
As former 007 Timothy Dalton delivered a vote of confidence to the new star filling the secret agent's shoes, Rob Driscoll, the Western Mail's film critic, has confessed to a lifelong addiction to Bond, James Bond.