Bradford

[n] - American printer (born in England) whose press produced the first American prayer book and the New York City`s first newspaper (1663-1752)
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Bradford

Edward H., U.S. Orthopedist, 1848-1926. ... See: Bradford frame. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Bradford

William Bradford noun United States printer (born in England) whose press produced the first American prayer book and the New York City`s first newspaper (1663-1752)
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Bradford

(from the article `Bradford`) urban area, city, and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England, west of Leeds, in a side ...
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Bradford

county, northern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered to the north by New York state. It consists of rugged hills on the Allegheny Plateau and is drained by ...
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Bradford

urban area, city, and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England, west of Leeds, in a side ... [1 related articles]
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Bradford

city, McKean county, northern Pennsylvania, U.S., on the forks of the Tunungwant (Tuna) River, near the New York state border. Settlers first came to ...
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Bradford

Bradford is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the broad ford` Where is it used? The name Bradford is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Bradley, used In English.If it`s too long people might use In English: Brad Bradford doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Bradford appeared In the top-10
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Bradford

Type: Term Pronunciation: brad′fŏrd Definitions: 1. Edward H., U.S. orthopedist, 1848-1926. See: Bradford frame
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Bradford

The USS Bradford was an American Fletcher Class destroyer of 2050 tons displacement built under the 1940-41 programme. The USS Bradford was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots. She carried a complement of 353 and was armed with five 5 inch guns; six 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns; ten 20 mm Oerlikon anti-ai
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Bradford

Bradford, city (1991 pop. 293,336) and metropolitan district, N central England, on a small tributary of the Aire River. It is a center of the worsted industry, which dates from the Middle Ages. Bradford has an important wool exchange, along with the making of other fabrics (including synthetics). E...
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Bradford

Bradford, city (1990 pop. 9,625), McKean co., NW Pa., in the Alleghenies, near the N.Y. line; settled c.1823, inc. as a city 1879. The growth of the city was initiated by the discovery of oil (c.1871), but oil-related industries have been eclipsed by diverse manufacturing, including cigarette lighte...
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Bradford

Industrial city and metropolitan borough in West Yorkshire, England, 14 km/9 mi west of Leeds. The manufacture of textiles, traditionally the base of Bradford's prosperity, declined in the 1970s but remains important. Other principal industries include printing, precision and construction engineering, and the manufacture of chemicals and el...
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