bond


bond
01. It usually takes a few games for the team to really [bond].
02. The accident created a very special [bond] between the survivors.
03. It is important for both parents to spend a lot of time with a newborn baby in the first few days in order to [bond] with the child.
04. Cuba broke most of its [bonds] with the U.S.S.R. after the fall of communism in Europe.
05. The two pieces of wood were [bonded] together with glue.
06. Donna has a special [bond] with her grandmother because she spent so much time with her as a child.
07. The kids on the hockey team really [bonded] together during their first out-of-town tournament.
08. There is a Dutch proverb which observes that an honest man's word is his [bond].
09. Richard Bach wrote that the [bond] that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life.
10. Atoms form [bonds] with each other by sharing or exchanging electrons.
11. Desmond Morris once said that a true [bond] of friendship is usually only possible between people of roughly equal status.
12. Certain kinds of birds form lifelong [bonds].
13. Naomi Klein wrote that nowadays, teenagers the world over are [bonded] together by a common adolescent culture of Sony Playstations and MTV videos.
14. Elephants form deep family [bonds], and live in tight social units.
15. In Iran, the honor and unity of the family are considered more important than all other social [bonds].
16. Harriet Jacobs once suggested that there are no [bonds] so strong as those which are formed by suffering together.
17. Someone once suggested that a government [bond] is a financial device to give you back some of the money you paid in taxes.
18. H. Douglas Brown has suggested that the chief mechanism for maintaining the [bonds] of society is language.
19. All limits on foreign investment in the Korean [bond] and money market have been eliminated.
20. Going camping with his baseball teammates was a good [bonding] experience.
21. Luther Standing Bear once observed that a [bond] exists between all things because they all drink the same water and breathe the same air.
22. Many children in developing countries are forced into debt [bondage] and other forms of near slavery.
23. My sister Liane was able to form a closer [bond] with my dad than I was ever able to establish.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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