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(rad'fŏrd),
Edward P., Jr., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Radford nomogram.
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THE family of cycling champion John Radford have spoken of their relief that justice has finally been done.
COULD we please ask the highways department to clarify the lane markings on the Radford Road junction of the ring road.
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.
NEW Glamorgan boss Toby Radford has admitted he would like to pick the brains of Warren Gatland's coaching team after taking over at the Swalec Stadium.
Toby Radford with his Glamorgan coaching staff, from left, Robert Croft, Richard Almond, Steve Watkin, David Harrison, Rob Ahum and Mark Kausa CHRIS FAIRWEATHER/HUW EVANS
GLAMORGAN coach Toby Radford believes his former West Indies side have a good chance of defending their World Twenty20 title.
LEE RADFORD, the youngest boss in Super League after taking over at hometown club Hull, admits: "I never expected this chance so soon.
Diane Radford commented on the recognition: "I'm so honored to receive an award that's based on how my patients view the quality of care I provide.
Radford (British and American literature, U York) explores the sense of the historical past, especially from an archaeological perspective, the landscape and geography, and conceptual and cultural definitions of place.
has acquired substantially all the assets of Virginia Casting Industries LLC, Radford, Va.