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bonder

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(building construction)

bonder

A masonry unit that bonds; also called a bondstone.

bondstone, bonder

In stone masonry, a stone usually set with its longest dimension perpendicular to the wall face so as to tie the masonry wall to its wall backing. A very large bondstone may be set with its long dimension parallel to the wall face and still serve as a bonder, provided that its width is sufficiently large to tie it to the wall backing.
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Cosmetic products that contain UV absorbing compounds are photochemical systems, so smart formulators should learn to 'think photochemicaliy about them," said Bonda.
Gangaram Bonda, who came to Oman on a visit visa in 2004 and stayed back, died a natural death on May 27 in Bid Bid, 53 kilometres north-west of Muscat.
From Kerala to Karnataka to Tamil Nadu, food is primarily well-cooked- onion bhajji, cabbage vada, aaloo bonda, pumpkin erissery (made during onam).
he new evidence comes in the wake of the Orissa government taking swift action in a similar scandal involving the Bonda tribe.
A defensive mistake saw Rovers striker Mustafa Tiryaki break free but he was crudely hauled down on the right-hand edge of the penalty area by Yeovil centre-back Bonda N'Gala, who was booked for his troubles.
and Mark Bonda, "A Hieroglyphic Inscription Found at Jebel Uwejnut Mentioning Yam and Tekhebet," Sahara 19 (2008): 129-34.
Program director and former Richmond Ballet dancer Brett Bonda taught a residency in Emek Hefer, Israel, and is training teachers there to continue MIM overseas.
Lynn and Ewan were similarly impressed by these offerings - for the record, medu vadai, bonda and badji platter.
30) The ITLOS also decides "prompt release" applications--making narrow rulings concerning the prompt release, in limited circumstances, of a vessel and its crew on the posting of a reasonable bonda (31)--to eliminate a source of friction and uphold individual rights before a decision on the underlying merits of a broader dispute.
Chapter 28 on the ethnographic and socio-cultural study on highland Bonda of Orissa by R.
Other items in the extensive line run the gamut from Samosa pastry snacks and Pakoras (fried dumplings) to Kachoris (fried pastries), Aloo Bonda (curried potato dumplings), Paneer Tikka (marinated cottage cheese), Dosas (savory crepes traditionally served in southern India with curried potatoes and lentil soups), and Mango Custard.
Snacks: samosas, pakoras (fried dumplings), kachoris (fried pastries), aloo bonda (curried potato dumplings), paneer tikkas (marinated cottage cheese that's barbecued), spring rolls, vegetarian kebabs, and dosas (traditional South Indian savory crepe served with curried potatoes and lentil soup);