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bond
used in The Bourne Identity

8 uses
  • Can you deposit the bonds somewhere?
    Chapter 14 (12% in)
  • Bonds.
    Chapter 12 (85% in)
  • Bearer bonds of various denominations.
    Chapter 12 (85% in)
  • She made her points succinctly, altering the cashiers checks to bearer bonds, payable in dollars, in denominations ranging from a maximum of twenty thousand dollars to a minimum of five.
    Chapter 13 (58% in)
  • Her objective was not lost on the attorney; she so complicated the issuing of the bonds that tracing them would be beyond the facilities of most banks or brokers.
    Chapter 13 (58% in)
  • Pardon me, but Monsieur Bourne insists that Monsieur d'Amacourt also include two hundred thousand francs in cash, one hundred thousand to be included with the bonds and one hundred to be held by Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 13 (60% in)
  • A leather attache case was provided by Monsieur Bourne for the bonds and the money; it would be carried by an armed courier who would leave the bank at 2:30 in the afternoon and meet Monsieur Bourne at 3:00 on the Pont Neuf.
    Chapter 13 (61% in)
  • A bonded courier's bad enough, but he's necessary; bank insurance requires him.
    Chapter 13 (73% in)

There are no more uses of "bond" in The Bourne Identity.

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