James Bond

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Noun1.James Bond - British secret operative 007 in novels by Ian Fleming
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Liverpool crown court heard Jordan, 27, failed to see Mr Bond despite the fact he was wearing a highvisibility jacket and helmet.
"Some of those companies have grown terrifically," said Mr Bond. "One Australian company started at three or four cents a share and is now a pounds 6 billion company.
Quinn kicked off with a typically powerful winning ride on Goodbye Mr Bond in the 1m1f handicap, before perfectly executing patient tactics on Four Miracles, the half-length winner of the 2m handicap.
David Mainstone, prosecuting, said Mr Bond was confined to a wheelchair and his wife was his full-time carer.
On behalf of the Caerphilly County Borough Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support (presumably it is this committee about whom Mr Bond refers on the matter of charges by the management of the Twyn Community Centre?), I would like to make it known that we have never had any communication with Mr Bond and he does not speak on our behalf with our consent.
Mr Bond (pictured right) has vowed to clear his name and yesterday accused the club of terminating his contract without carrying out a full investigation into the allegations.
Mr Bond, originally from Meltham, was living in a house down the road.
Mr Bond, who also sustained partial hearing loss while he served in the Army, said just one high-velocity detonation was enough to cause permanent hearing damage, so it was feasible that someone as young as Mr Bulley could have been partially deafened during his short army career.
Mr Bond was arrested three weeks ago on the orders of the FBI, which mistook him for Derek Sykes, a renowned conman who is also British.
Mr Bond called police and the drugs, with an estimated street value of pounds 10,000, were removed.
But Mr Bond warned the chocolate giant had to continue to listen to its consumers to succeed and said the group was seeking to improve on its current 12.4 per cent profit margins.
Mr Bond told Belfast Crown Court that since the First World War, there had been a rise in performance art and "there is indeed" an association between art and protests.