bond face

bond face

That part of the joint face to which a field-molded sealant is bonded.
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He said family members would have preferred Bond face a longer prison sentence but appreciate prosecutor Jay Hall's work on the case and are "OK with the outcome."
Each method must get around the transducer horn to determine the location of the actual tool bond face. Automatic bonders transpose the position of the tool to a vertically mounted camera, as shown in Figure 4.
N a helicopter spinning out of control above a packed city plaza, James Bond faces the fight of his life, writes David Edwards.
Bond faces King in the first round today and if that particular pattern continues then he will be crowned champion on Friday afternoon.
In the film, Bond faces Blofeld, who is planning on unleashing a plague through a group of brainwashed "angels of death" unless his demands are met.
Bond faces fast bowling competition from the likes of Peter Siddle, Doug Bollinger, Wayne Parnell, Kemar Roach and Mohammad Aamer.
England's Nigel Bond faces Stephen Maguire after the Scot beat Flintshire's Ricky Walden 5-3.
Bond faces a race against time to prove he is fit enough to get through the first Test against England, which starts at Lord's next Thursday, and got through 12 overs with his slightly remodelled action.
That was just an ordinary contest and Monsieur Bond faces a step up here, but this progressive sort looks to be on the upgrade.
"Skyfall," helmed by Sam Mendes, looks set to see Craig's character continue the tough-guy-with-feelings trend as Bond faces his most interesting and challenging villain to date, Silva (played by Javier Bardem), who "certainly puts James Bond through the paces," says producer Barbara Broccoli.
That means Bond faces no possibility of jail time if convicted, but it also means he is not guaranteed the right to a jury trial.
Bond faces Wales' former world champ Robert Weale, who has looked good in beating Darren Burnett and John Price.