Bonder

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Bonder (Masonry) A bonding stone or brick; a bondstone.
    • n Bonder A freeholder on a small scale.
    • Bonder One who places goods under bond or in a bonded warehouse.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n bonder One who bonds; one who deposits goods in a bonded warehouse.
    • n bonder In masonry, a stone which reaches a considerable distance into or entirely through a wall for the purpose of binding it together: principally used when the wall is faced with ashler for the purpose of tying the facing to the rough backing. Also called bond-stone. See cut under ashler.
    • n bonder A yeoman of Norway, Sweden, or Denmark.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Bonder a binding stone or brick
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Norwegian bonde,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A variant of band—A.S. bindan, to bind.

Usage

In literature:

One Kimbe comes, a man out of the opposite or bonder part.
"Historical Lectures and Essays" by Charles Kingsley
He spoke to the Bonders of the true faith, told the many wonderful acts of God, and concluded his speech well.
"Early Kings of Norway" by Thomas Carlyle
Why they kept you captive, burnt your face, and would have made an end of you but for your clever Bonder.
"The Little Duke Richard the Fearless" by Charlotte M. Yonge
King Olaf then fared with many of the bonders out to Nid holm.
"Olaf the Glorious" by Robert Leighton
Access from one terrace to another was obtained by steps made each of a single bonder projecting from the face of the terrace.
"Inca Land" by Hiram Bingham
Asmund the Greyhaired lived on at Biarg, while Grettir was abroad, and by that time he was thought to be the greatest of bonders in Midfirth.
"The Story of Grettir The Strong" by Translated by Eirikr Magnusson and William Morris
Four Pottas make a lawful or Statute-measure, called Bonder Nellia, signifying the King's measure.
"An Historical Relation Of The Island Ceylon In The East Indies" by Robert Knox
At these Things the King himself possessed no greater power than any of the bonders.
"Erling the Bold" by R.M. Ballantyne
The bonder thought it too little.
"The Story Of Gunnlaug The Worm-Tongue And Raven The Skald" by Anonymous
This the Bonder did not like.
"A Danish Parsonage" by John Fulford Vicary
One Kimbe comes, a man out of the opposite or bonder part.
"Lectures Delivered in America in 1874" by Charles Kingsley
The Fjelde bonder use it, more or less, every year.
"Notes and Queries, Number 229, March 18, 1854" by Various
Next morning the bonder came to her bedside to inquire how she felt, and to learn what turn the sickness was likely to take.
"Curiosities of Olden Times" by S. Baring-Gould
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In news:

Designed to eliminate operator dependency and for the demands of precise tube-to-tube welds, the axial compression bonder enables even stronger tube bonds.
Sonobond Ultrasonics has unveiled its new ActiveSeam ultrasonic bonder , the latest in the company's SeamMaster line of ultrasonic bonders for the apparel industry.
Do Pair Bonders Need Different Sex Advice.
Secret ingredient} primers & bonders.
Integra Adhesives has introduced its Surface Bonder Xi in a 100-milliliter cartridge.
Nate McKiddy, 14, and his cousin, Griff Bonderer, 8, play football before the start of the Missouri game against Georgia Saturday.
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In science:

The sample was mounted on a DIP-8 chip package and connections to the electrodes were made using an ultrasonic wire bonder.
Detecting the full polarisation state of terahertz transients
Del Pezzo L.M. and Fern ´andez-Bonder J. , Some optimizati on problems for the p-Laplacian type equations, Appl.
A shape optimization problem for the $p$-Laplacian
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