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British a sum of money invested shortly after the birth of a child, the returns of which may not be collected until the child reaches adulthood
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How to use baby bond in a sentence
The aim is to have every pupil an owner of a "little baby bond" and a participant in a democratic plan of government security.Our Schools in War Time—and After|Arthur Davis Dean