• be in bonds
  • 束縛されている
  • be under bond
  • 出廷担保金証書を出して出所している
  • bonds and debentures
  • 公社債
  • burst one's bonds
  • 自由の身になる
  • forge a bond
  • きずなを結ぶ
  • give bond for ... [to do]
  • …の[する]保証を与える
  • perpetual bond
  • (元金償還期限のない)永久公債
  • A coordinate covalent bond is formed between the terminal peptide and a C=O group attached to zinc, which gives the carbon a positive charge.
  • Wikipedia: Zinc
  • A female entering the nest area reacts passively to the male's aggression, enabling him to recognise her sex and initiate pair formation by display, including head raising and bowing; this behaviour is frequently repeated during nesting to reinforce the bond between the pair.
  • Wikipedia: Greater Crested Tern
  • After a bond issue was passed in July 1919, this portion was paved from September 1919 to May 1921; the dangerous detour included a 20% grade.
  • Wikipedia: Ridge Route
  • Because of the high interest rate they paid, the bonds were sold at above par value, but the government only received par for them, leaving the company to pocket the difference.
  • Wikipedia: Alexander Cameron Rutherford
  • Blaine claimed he never had any dealings with the Little Rock and Fort Smith Railroad except to purchase bonds at market price, and that he had lost money on the transaction.
  • Wikipedia: James G. Blaine
  • Bonding results from the combination of a filled p-orbital from Xe with one half-filled p-orbital from each F atom, resulting in a filled bonding orbital, a filled non-bonding orbital, and an empty antibonding orbital.
  • Wikipedia: Noble gas
  • Boron is often used because its bond lengths are significantly shorter than that of other metals such as lithium, aluminium, or magnesium.
  • Wikipedia: Aldol reaction
  • Consequently, in February 2011 Microsoft released a corporate bond amounting to $2.25 billion with relatively low borrowing rates compared to government bonds.
  • Wikipedia: Microsoft
  • For instance, in bonded pairs (i.e. in the pairs that actually bind atoms together) electrons can be found with the maximal probability in a relatively small volume between the nuclei.
  • Wikipedia: Electron
  • Guinea pigs learn to recognize and bond with other individual guinea pigs, and testing of boars shows that their neuroendocrine stress response is significantly lowered in the presence of a bonded female when compared to the presence of unfamiliar females.
  • Wikipedia: Guinea pig
  • Here, processes including oxidative phosphorylation and the formation of disulfide bonds during protein folding produce reactive oxygen species such as hydrogen peroxide.
  • Wikipedia: Metabolism
  • In 1794, Congress lowered the chief coiner's bond to $5,000 and the assayer's to $1,000, and President Washington's appointees to those positions were able to qualify and take office.
  • Wikipedia: Turban Head eagle
  • In addition, he lost $335,700 in stock he held in the company and a substantial amount in investment bonds.
  • Wikipedia: Elwood Haynes
  • In an effort to avoid the disastrous signal that a New York City bankruptcy would send, Morgan contracted to purchase $30 million worth of city bonds.
  • Wikipedia: Panic of 1907
  • In his view it failed to see attachment as a psychological bond in its own right rather than an instinct derived from feeding or sexuality.
  • Wikipedia: Attachment theory