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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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Mysore bonda is one of the most popular snacks originating from Mysore, Karnataka.
That said, once you have mastered the technique you can add as many different vegetables and flavours as you want, peas work very well as does leftover minced beef or lamb - just make sure that the mince is dry to keep the bonda from being too soggy and impossible to batter and deep fry.
The Malkangiri district administration heaved a sigh of relief as the settlements of Bondas, one of the most primitive tribes residing in the district's Khairiput block, were left untouched by the storm.
The Polish Supreme Court asked the ECJ to rule whether the measures imposed on Bonda under the Common Agricultural Policy - which deprived him from full aid allocation - are considered criminal penalties.
The move comes after UK-based Lloyds Bank (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG) had raised CAD350m in September through the issue of five-year Maple bonda, which are debt securities denominated in Canadian dollars issued by foreign companies.
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.
Bonda, postal Inspector Kelly Blood and Assistant Attorney General Lee Hettinger spoke to about 20 people at the Worcester Senior Center yesterday, outlining measures they can take to protect themselves from fraud and identity theft.
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.
Bonda (Interior Design magazine) and Sosnowchik green@work magazine) offering designers and architects an introduction to the evolving discipline of sustainable design in commercial interior spaces.
* 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);
And, pointing the finger at the official and the Arsenal schemer, Chim bonda said: "For their first penalty I touched the ball - everybody could see that.
Interior designer and environmentalist, Penny Bonda, urged the builders to get with the program on green design and do their bit to save the earth.