Radford


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(rad'fŏrd),
Edward P., Jr., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Radford nomogram.
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HULL FC head coach Lee Radford is expecting to have some tough decisions to make ahead of Super League's big kick-off.
Radford focuses on the challenge of adapting the RIC--a centralized, semi-military force composed largely of Roman Catholics--to a predominantly Protestant urban environment.
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.
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HULL FC coach Lee Radford admits that telling players they will miss out on Wembley at the weekend is the toughest thing he has ever had to do.
HULL FC coach Lee Radford has backed Marc Sneyd and teammates to use past Challenge Cup final nightmares as a launchpad.
HULL coach Lee Radford is hoping Jake Connor has an off day when he faces his future employers in tonight's Super League game at Huddersfield.
Pauline Radford, 58, of The Plough, Worthenbury, Wrexham, is charged with five counts of benefit fraud.
AFTER last week's photo-finish debacle at Lingfield, judge Felix Wheeler may well be glad of a helping hand if pressed upon to decide the outcome of the William Hill King George VI Chase - and that help comes in the form of Australian jump judge Natashia Radford.
Former head doorman John Radford exploited the vulnerable by lending out hundreds of thousands of pounds at high interest rates - locking his victims into a spiral of debt.
Police and crime commissioner David Jamieson is expected to rubber stamp a proposal to shut bases in Tile Hill, Radford and Spon End this week.