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Brad·ford

(brad'fŏrd),
Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame.
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The High Commissioner will also meet with the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Leader of the Council and Councillors.
The opening ceremony was held in Roberts Park, Bradford and was inaugurated by the Lord Mayor of Bradford.
LAWRENCE BATLEY SENIORS LEAGUE RESULTS Section A: Bradford Moor 4 Woodsome Hall 4, Calverley 3 Crosland Heath 5, Marsden 7 Halifax 1, South Bradford 3 West Bradford 5.
October 2012, Capital One Cup 4th rd: Wigan 0, Bradford 0 (Bradford win 4-2 on pens).
The rally in the centre of Bradford will be the first by the EDL since the departure of its leader Tommy Robinson, who said he (http://www.
The recent financial troubles aren't the first for Bradford.
But, while Duke admits a win-bonus would come in handy for every member of Phil Parkinson's Bradford squad, he insists that it's only glory that matters today for a team who have already accounted for Wigan, Arsenal and Aston Villa on their Wembley odyssey.
Bradford, biggest Muslim population live there, was chosen as a target for its Muslim population.
I want passion and I think Bradford fans can create that passion in a wonderful venue like Valley Parade.
Former Bradford City and Everton player Stuart McCall attended the service, closing his eyes for much of the ceremony as he clutched a wreath.
The senior representative side, the Under-15s, have another week's respite before beginning their own season with a challenge game against Bradford in West Yorkshire at Park Avenue CC, on Wednesday, May 13.
She confirmed the state aid measures designed to keep Bradford & Bingley afloat comply with EU rules on rescue aid.

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