unbonded

unbonded

(ʌnˈbɒndɪd)
adj
1. (Building) (of building materials) not bonded, bound, or connected together
2. (Sociology) sociol (of people) not attached; not married or in a committed relationship
3. (Banking & Finance) finance (of money) not invested in bonds
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An absorbent article adapted to be worn about a wearer's lower torso, having a longitudinal axis, and comprising: a liquid permeable topsheet; a liquid impermeable backsheet; and an absorbent core disposed between the topsheet and the backsheet, wherein the absorbent core is substantially cellulose free; wherein the topsheet comprises: a wearer-facing layer of a first non-woven web, the first nonwoven web being impressed with a first pattern of bond impressions, the first pattern of bond impressions defining a second pattern of unbonded raised regions, wherein the unbonded raised regions have an Average Measured Height relative to the bond impressions of at least 280 [micro]m, and wherein the first non-woven web: is formed of spunlaid fibers comprising a polyolefin and up to 5.
unbonded flex zones, where we have several flex "leaves" that are loose from each other.
The court did not need to decide whether the funds held by the insurance company were encumbered or not; it was sufficient that the employer had used funds from unbonded projects to pay wages and other debts, preferring those creditors over the IRS.
After the object is printed but before it is densified by heating, the structure, called a "green body," is flexible due to the elastic polymer binder containing unbonded metallic powders.
Seven facilities reported using the V-process, a casting method with a vacuum holding unbonded sand in a mold during pouring.
Mahler and his coworkers evaluated the bonded and unbonded restorations, basing their research on clinical performance and results of their study are consistent with the present study.
Amongst 13 specimens, 8 were externally bonded by CFRP Sheets, and 5 remaining are unbonded which 4 specimens of them have deficiency.
Post tensioning can either be unbonded, with single tendons typically encased in a greased tube and grouted at either end to the anchors, or bonded.
I could talk about the difference between unbonded mercury and mercury in the form of a salt, such as thimerosal.
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5 inches unbonded flexible pipes as oil offloading lines (OOL) connecting the FPSO to the offloading buoy and associated ancillary equipment.