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Bounden, developed by Game Oven co-founder Bojan Endrovski and designer Adriaan de Jongh, with help from choreographer Ernst Meisner and Dutch National Ballet Junior Company dancers, is an iPhone/Android game for two players.
It is the bounden duty of the church to help men and women to become economically efficient as well as to help them become spiritually fervent.
On the occasion of Army Day, it is only befitting to remind the nation about its bounden duty to ensure that the blood spilled by its brave soldiers as also their contribution to the national cause does not go waste.
It may not have been the most efficient system but it worked and its bounden duty was to serve the national interest, not profiteering shareholders.
Of course speed restrictions are tiresome, but they are there to prevent these sort of things from happening and it is the bounden duty of all responsible adults to obey them.
According to the Foreign Minister, Egypt feels his bounden duty to help the Palestinian people and support Palestine in the way of membership in the UN.
Do we not have a bounden duty to replace the false with the true?
There More emphasizes the importance of joining the common faith "of all Crystes chyrche / whiche can neuer arre in any substancyall poynt [that] god wolde haue VS bounden to byleue," rather than take the risk of pridefully following one's own, individual wits (1981, 153).
As he explained to his daughter, "I am not then bounden to change my conscience and conf[o]rm it to the council of one realm, against the general council of Christendom.