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(brad'fŏrd),
Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame.
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It maintains operations in Mid Glamorgan, Wales (HVAC systems); Bradford, England (turbochargers, torsional vibration dampers, air sensing and electronic viscous fan drives, polymer and metal fans, radiator shutters, temperature control systems); Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil (turbochargers, polymer fans, air sensing, electronic viscous fan drives, electronic sensors, instrumentation); Changwon-Shi, Korea (polymer fans, air sensing and electronic viscous fan drives, on/off fan clutches, turbochargers).
Hill Hire was founded in Bradford, England (UK) in 1990 with only one depot (maintenance facility).
Born in Bradford, England, he moved to Ireland to become an Assistant Professional at Royal County Down Golf Club before rising from the Irish professional ranks to the Challenge Tour and then to The European Tour.
Jeff was born in Bradford, England, son of Illingworth and Gertrude (Mellor) Robertshaw.
Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the National Media Museum in Bradford, England, in 2010-2011.
The Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDL), Bradford, England, and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Middlesex, have announced a new standard for communication between different color measurement software applications.
I was the last generation brought up without TV," says Hockney after a recent trip to his hometown of Bradford, England.
They were thought of as Victorian kitsch,'' says Colin Ford, the founding head of the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, England.
Eleven years ago the secret that Evelyn had kept all her life was exposed when a throwaway comment led to her meeting the little girl she had given away in a home in Bradford, England, all those years ago.
in Management Sciences from the University of Bradford, England (1976).
Born in North Bierley, a suburb of Bradford, England, Lily and her parents immigrated to America in 1923.
This volume features twenty individuals from the multi-media OurLives project which interviewed over 100 women in Bradford, England, home of one of the largest Muslim communities in the UK.