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Brad·ford

(brad'fŏrd),
Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame.
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And if a player becomes angry with Bradford, being Fisk's third cousin wouldn't be enough to smooth things over.
Bradford admitted he's probably a better running back right now than safety.
But Curbishley's men lost their momentum when they failed to put Bradford out of their misery before the break.
The Wave report also looked at 12 key NAC scenarios designed to be applicable to customer deployments, with Bradford registering the second highest overall scenario score.
And although Bradford have won 25 out of the 36 Super League meetings between the two clubs, the Giants have had slightly the better of the last 10 exchanges, having won six of those.
Bradford returned to the store and could not find her son.
Together again at the Yukon, Brower and Bradford still exhibit strong chemistry, though the two haven't talked much since the film wrapped ("I should have called you more," laments Brower).
With this new partnership, the Bradford Company now stocks and ships from Milwaukee WI, Chestertown MD, Houston TX, and Los Angeles CA, with more locations to follow.
Jackie was his favorite daughter and Bradford suggests there was almost an incestuous component to their intense relationship.
Bradford responded instantly as Robbie Blake showed equal tenacity, for after being initially denied by Neil Moss, he then seized upon the rebound and fired home into the roof of the net with two Saints players standing on the line.
My target is to keep Bradford in the Premier League.
Bradford Construction joined forces with the New York Building Foundation, and together with the Foundation's Janine Kourakos, put together a team of construction labor and management which is converting a church basement into a welcoming, modern facility.

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