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Brad·ford

(brad'fŏrd),
Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame.
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The self-remediation approach to addressing updates has been a huge benefit to Bradford Networks customers, including Columbia University Medical Center, which documented a 66 percent drop in help desk calls in its pilot NAC deployment.
Paul Kitson's introduction to a three-man forward line proved a master substitution and it was his darting run into the Bradford area which forced the visitors to concede the game's second penalty.
Bradford highest score: 78-18 (H, 2001) (also widest margin).
I'm not trying to be someone I'm not," Bradford said.
Freshman safety Taylor Mays spent the past week working with Bradford in the secondary and said, ``He probably was the best two-way player in the country last year.
At the EDUCAUSE 2005 event, Bradford will be launching Bradford Campus Manager Version 2.
Bradford received a Positive rating in Gartner Inc.
The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Khadim Hussain, laid a wreath on behalf of the city and district.
IG are anticipating a tight Super League Grand Final between Leeds and Bradford on Saturday, writes Mark Langdon.
This story has suspense, intrigue and high drama as Bradford reels the listener in with period details.
West Warwick, RI-based Bradford Soap Works acquired Hewitt Soap in October, bringing together the No.
Brewers' Association of America President Daniel Bradford recently addressed more than 200 representatives of national restaurant chains at the Menus 2003 Conference held in Charleston, SC.

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