[sawl-ferd, saw-, sal-]
- a city in Greater Manchester, in N England.
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How no one in the Swinton Worsley bit of Salford can not have seen that craft, only me, is beyond belief.Bez To Stand For Parliament
March 15, 2014
The urn and dagger are now in the museum at Peel Park, Salford.Cheshire
Charles E. Kelsey
Dewhurst died in Salford, about 1820, at the age of about seventy.Country Rambles, and Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers
Leo H. Grindon
He then accelerated his pace, and soon reached the outskirts of Salford.The Manchester Rebels of the Fatal '45
William Harrison Ainsworth
Curiously enough, however, Salford was royalist in sympathy.
The population was probably from 5000 to 6000, and of Salford about one-fourth of that.
- a city in NW England in Salford unitary authority, Greater Manchester, on the Manchester Ship Canal: a major centre of the cotton industry in the 19th century; extensive dock area, now redeveloped, includes the Lowry arts centre; university (1967). Pop: 72 750 (2001)
- a unitary authority in NW England, in Greater Manchester. Pop: 216 500 (2003 est). Area: 97 sq km (37 sq miles)
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