The consequence is what we perceive as lack of family continuity and bonding.
Vows are exchanged more as a matter of performance than of bonding.
The object of bonding will be understood by reference to fig. 4.
Bonding and entrepot facilities, on a scale commensurate with local needs, now satisfy trade requirements.
Subsequently the bonding and not the free port system was adopted in the United Kingdom.
There are now no free ports in France or in French possessions; the bonding system is in force.
He planned the locking and bonding and dovetailing of the stones—each to each, and all to the centre.
The masons of that city still cling with reverence to the Flemish system of bonding,—the strongest known to the bricklayer.
This is in contrast to the gravel road, where little dependence is placed upon the bonding effect of the rock dust.
The bonding material is the finer portion of the product of the crusher, which is called screenings.