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bonder

[′bän·dər]
(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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Quality customer care and technical support are becoming a key to survival in today's highly competitive marketplace," Bonde commented.
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With far fewer wires and harnesses, opportunity for failure is dramatically reduced," said Andrew Bonde, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry Company.
Bonde adds that loaders have to be able to lift the required material density to the required height; therefore the height of the vehicles used to transport the material should be taken into account, as should the height of the hoppers and conveyors on size-reduction and processing equipment.
That has now crossed the Channel, with Danish MEP Jens-Peter Bonde warning that Mr Blair's government may be hijacking the EU convention so that he can become European President.
How the Irish longship ended up on the seabed east of Denmark is unclear but Niels Bonde of the Danish Museum speculates that it may have been used in a royal getaway.
Bonde was one of the experts at the workshop sponsored by the University of Illinois' National Soybean Research Laboratory.