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Bondi

/ˈbɒndɪ/
noun
1.
Sir Hermann. 1919–2005, British mathematician and cosmologist, born in Austria; joint originator (with Sir Fred Hoyle and Thomas Gold) of the steady-state theory of the universe
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  • About 500 soldiers were having a glorious time—better than bondi.

  • The bondi's daughter was then better and could go out with her mother.

  • The bondi has gone from home with all his freedmen and will not be back until after Yule.

  • He said he did not care if the bondi got a little fright from what he saw.

  • So they left him there and went home to report to the bondi what had happened.

  • The bondi went out and found the cattle all goring each other.

  • The person most attacked was the bondi's daughter, who at last died of it.

  • Grettir rode to Thorhallsstad where he was welcomed by the bondi.

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