Busted Bond

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Busted Bond

1. A bond that has defaulted and on which further payments are extremely unlikely or impossible. Busted bond certificates have become collectors' items. A busted bond is also called an old bond.

2. See: Busted convertible.
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Perkins was due to face trial later this year for another high-end raid, in which more than PS1 million worth of goods was swiped from Chatila jewellers in Old Bond Street in 2010.
Harris, Johnson & Johnson, Perio, Proraso, Raymond Group, Super-Max, Taylor of Old Bond Street, Vi-John.
com), will help him whip those whiskers into shape and leave them seductively scented with the famous 24 Old Bond Street fragrance.
He did such a great job of parodying all of the old Bond and spy movies that you couldn't make jokes about Bond without it feeling like it was parody, but we've spent a huge amount of time on this movie just trying to find the humour in it.
The line initially consists of 24 Old Bond Street, a cologne whose original formulation dates back to the 1800s, British Bouquet, Nuptial Bouquet, Fashion Decree and Odd Fellow's Bouquet.
Eighty- year- old Bond, who recently released his new book With Love From The Hills , has been based in Mussoorie for the last five decades, where he lives with his adopted family.
The 67-year old have currently taken his club to Wembley for the FA Cup Final, and the Gunners expecting their manager to sign a new three-year old bond this month.
Old Bond Street boutiques Jump in an Uber Taxi from Knightsbridge to Old Bond Street for some more serious shopping at the capitalOs best designer boutiques to find some very unique and unusual purchases including clothing and jewellery.
But they had an Old Bond Street price tag of course at PS5,900; a bit out of my league, but nice to hold and stroke for five minutes.
Perfumes from Penhaligon's of London are available, along with Taylor of Old Bond Street toiletries.
The original Embassy Club opened at number seven, Old Bond Street, London in the early 1900s and first came to celebrity status in 1925 when it was King Edward VIII's and Mrs Wallis Simpson's hangout while they were dating.
I only ask because my spies spotted him in a jewellers off of Old Bond Street with a friend.