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Now there was a man called Thord, a bonder's son of the Plain, there.
Access from one terrace to another was obtained by steps made each of a single bonder projecting from the face of the terrace.
INCA LANDHIRAM BINGHAM
Olaf perceived it would still be some time before the Bonder army was in rank.
EARLY KINGS OF NORWAYTHOMAS CARLYLE
Eye-bonder: A narrow, rough ashlar in one end of which a chamfered hole has been cut.
INCA LANDHIRAM BINGHAM
Next morning the bonder came to her bedside to inquire how she felt, and to learn what turn the sickness was likely to take.
Then Gunnlaug smote the herdsman, and stunned him; but the bonder would in nowise bear this, and claimed boot therefor.
The bonder greeted him well, but none of the other folk could abide him, and the good wife least of all.
THE STORY OF GRETTIR THE STRONGTRANSLATED BY EIRIKR MAGNUSSON AND WILLIAM MORRIS
Thereafter they went to Grettir's horse, and nought had been tried against it; then all seemed to the bonder to go one way.
THE STORY OF GRETTIR THE STRONGTRANSLATED BY EIRIKR MAGNUSSON AND WILLIAM MORRIS
Next morning the bonder rode home, and he and Grettir parted good friends.
THE STORY OF GRETTIR THE STRONGTRANSLATED BY EIRIKR MAGNUSSON AND WILLIAM MORRIS
Grim Thorhallson went south to Burgfirth, and dwelt at Gilsbank, and was a great bonder.
THE STORY OF GRETTIR THE STRONGTRANSLATED BY EIRIKR MAGNUSSON AND WILLIAM MORRIS

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