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(brad'fŏrd),
Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame.
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Raymond Bradford, of Goldfinch Farm Road, Speke, slashed the men at random on a night out at Birmingham's Gatecrasher club before carrying on dancing as if nothing had happened.
The leader of Bradford Council, David Green, has told people wishing to protest against the controversial group not to resort to violence or anger towards the EDL or the counter-demonstration by Unite Against Fascism.
Bradford apparently owes the Pulaski County prosecuting attorney money for missing a fine payment on a fraud charge to which he pleaded guilty in 2005.
He's already said he'll take us to Las Vegas at the end of the season - if we beat SWANSEA, maybe he'll throw in a few gambling chips as well."!" Follow Simon on Twitter: @MullockSMirror ROAD TO WEMBLEY 1st round Notts County 0 Bradford 1 (After extra-time) 2nd round Watford 1 Bradford 2 3rd round Bradford 3-2 Burton Albion (After extra-time) 4th round Wigan 0 Bradford 0 (Bradford win 4-2 on pens) Quarter-final Bradford 1 Arsenal 1 (Bradford win 3-2 on pens) Semi-final 1st leg Bradford 3 Aston Villa 1 Semi-final 2nd leg Aston Villa 2 Bradford 1 (Bradford win 4-3 on agg)
League Two Bradford have not progressed beyond this stage for 23 years and they did well to keep out a Wigan side at the DW Stadium who had many chances to win in 90 minutes.
In early November, Bradford became CEO of HireVue, after holding the same position at Fusion-io.
The decisive goal came after Bradford failed to clear Gavin Tomlin's left-wing corner and, after sam Williams had a shot blocked in the crowded goalmouth, nurse scored what proved to be the winning goal.
Bradford, biggest Muslim population live there, was chosen as a target for its Muslim population.
Bradford, formerly head of Community National Bank, Franklin, took office July 12 after she was named state superintendent of financial institutions by Gov.
Ms Blamires, 36, disappeared from Bradford last week.
Former Bradford City and Everton player Stuart McCall attended the service, closing his eyes for much of the ceremony as he clutched a wreath.
In 1981, Ronald Reagan intended to nominate Bradford as chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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