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(rad'fŏrd),
Edward P., Jr., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Radford nomogram.
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Edie was one of the earliest residents of Radford Green Healthcare and Rehabilitation at Sedgebrook senior living community in Lincolnshire.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 18, 2019-Public-Private Partnership Enhances Healthcare Education as Radford University Carilion
Radford is beginning 12 years behind bars after pleading guilty to a series of charges, including inciting a child into sexual activity, grooming and possessing indecent images.
Radford isbeginning 12 years behind barsafter pleading guilty to a series of charges, including inciting a child into sexual activity, grooming and possessing indecent images.
The leaflet - issued on behalf of Don Porter, Labour'sTuebrookand Stoneycroft candidate for next month's council elections - appears to focus largely on Liberal councillor for the ward Steve Radford, stating an intention to work with the popular local councillor.
HULL coach Lee Radford admits he had doubts whether Marc Sneyd would be able to land his game-winning drop goal from 52 metres.
London: The FCA published Decision Notices in respect of One Call Insurance Services Limited (One Call) and its Chief Executive and majority shareholder John Lawrence Radford.
HULL FC head coach Lee Radford is expecting to have some tough decisions to make ahead of Super League's big kick-off.
By Mark Radford. (London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.
But fight fans know him as Pete Radford, hard-as-nails scrapper on the growing bareknuckle boxing circuit.
MANSFIELD chief executive Carolyn Radford has posted a promotional music video on YouTube in a bid to win a seat on the Football Association Council.