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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbondsbonds[plural] literary something that limits your freedom and prevents you from doing what you wantbonds of the bonds of fear and guilt bond
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bond ofAnd because of the natural bonds of familial affection that prevail.It is from this period that the first two political bonds of the mid sixteenth century come.Furthermore inside his organization his prescience produced bonds of intense devotion and trust.It is now known that contact and reassurance are more important than food in providing bonds of attachment and affection.This dissolves hair by breaking the sulphur bonds of the keratin, the protein from which hair is made.He sort of slips the surly bonds of fact every now and then.Milken devised a way to transform the bonds of the most stable companies to junk: leveraged corporate take-overs.
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