- Gamaliel,1863–1932, U.S. biographer and novelist.
- Roark [rawrk, rohrk] /rɔrk, roʊrk/, 1896–1948, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
- William,1590–1657, Pilgrim settler: second governor of Plymouth Colony 1621–56.
- William,1663–1752, American printer, born in England.
- a city in West Yorkshire, in N England.
- a city in N Pennsylvania.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of bradford
George Galloway, a member of British parliament who represents Bradford West, is famous for a great many things.The Most Insane Antics of George Galloway, Britain’s Purring, Dictator-Loving MP
August 7, 2014
George Galloway has returned to Parliament, winning a by-election in Bradford, Yorkshire.Galloway and Bradford Deserve Each Other
March 30, 2012
"If you're going to tap the classics, you better bring it," Bradford said.Gays Turn on Lady Gaga
February 14, 2011
That awkward wedding moment, however, was upstaged when Bradford collapsed of a heart attack and died right after saying “I do.”13 Most Awkward TV Weddings
The Daily Beast Video
October 8, 2009
Historical Examples of bradford
They were met at the station by Bradford and Dorothy and Mr. Rogers and his wife.
He had written Bradford and Mr. Rogers telling of his marriage.
Mr. Bradford was introduced and drove with them to the Durrett home.
For a time my connection with Keighley was severed as I went to reside at Bradford.Adventures and Recollections
Bill o'th' Hoylus End
Carver, Bradford, Winslow, and Standish were of their number.King Philip
John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
- an industrial city in N England, in Bradford unitary authority, West Yorkshire: a centre of the woollen industry from the 14th century and of the worsted trade from the 18th century; university (1966). Pop: 293 717 (2001)
- a unitary authority in West Yorkshire. Pop: 477 800 (2003 est). Area: 370 sq km (143 sq miles)