Generic Bond

Generic Bond

1. A bond with no distinguishing features.

2. An alternate term for a public official bond.
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Similarly, there also exists a corresponding generic bond graph model, as shown in Fig.
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.
However, the biggest unveiled secret of the generic Bond's 20th cinematic spectacular in 40 years is the sheer style and beauty of 007's latest love interest - Halle Berry, the Bond girl with the real-life Scouse mum.
Project-related insurance products run the gamut, from "Errors and Omissions" policies for consultants, to generic bonds for contractors.
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