Generic Bond

Generic Bond

1. A bond with no distinguishing features.

2. An alternate term for a public official bond.
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An advantage of the bond graph modelling technique is that, once the generic bond graph for a system exists, it may be easily modified for a range of purposes.
They are apparently writing it for a generic Bond, because Pierce Brosnan--007 in the last four features, beginning with 1995's "GoldenEye"--has not yet been approached to star.
Project-related insurance products run the gamut, from "Errors and Omissions" policies for consultants, to generic bonds for contractors.
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