full bond

full bond

In masonry, a bond in which all bricks are laid as headers.
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Mere mortals will never experience the thrill of the full Bond DB10 experience.
Portugal hopes to regain full bond market access this year.
6) While a stay is an inherent power of an appellate court, a stay without the posting of a full bond (discussed below) "is not a matter of right.
World Duty Free Group is the only retailer--in travel retail and the domestic market--to stock the full Bond Street range at launch.
But yesterday's historic results were hailed as "a very significant step for Ireland on the way to full bond market access".
In this scenario, the defendant pays a nonrefundable fee like an insurance policy premium--to the ball agent (typically 10%- 15% of the bond amount) along with providing proof of assets or collateral equal to the full bond amount.
His PR people would then be summoned so Giorgio, in full Bond villain mode, could interrogate them as to why certain members of the press weren't there.
At Brazos Moon, browsers find fine Western antiques, vintage Winchester rifles and the full Bond Arms lineup.
A "true" pan-European bond would have to entail a joint guarantee by all countries of the full bond issue, with the "strongest" guaranteeing the "weakest," which supporters of a bond idea suggest constitutes true European solidarity.
Two surface interaction options were used for modelling asphalt surface-aggregate base interfaces: the full bond condition and the simple friction condition.
Santoprene TPE 291-60B 150 and 291-75B 150 are available in two hardnesses--60 Shore A and 75 Shore A--and retain full bond strength in various environments, including hot air, oil, and aqueous solutions.
Jett and his team were trading not only the full bond issued by the government but also separating these bonds into their separate interest payments, or strips, and trading those as well.