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Broderick

[ brod-er-ik, brod-rik ]

noun

  1. a male given name.


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Broderick finds it difficult to know where this will lead either internet culture or real life, only that this isn’t the end of internet activism.

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Broderick told New York magazine that he hesitated in accepting the role.

Matthew Broderick channels his most famous character for a new Honda Super Bowl ad.

More than 25 years after Ferris Bueller took a day off, Matthew Broderick called in sick one more time for a new Super Bowl ad.

Matthew Broderick relives his legendary character for this pre-released Super Bowl commercial.

The Matthew Broderick/Ferris Bueller commercial will stand up as the best Super Bowl spot.

Terry, after some acrimonious correspondence, challenged Broderick.

Broderick and Terry belonged to different factions of the growing Republican party, each struggling for control in California.

Terry was defeated in his campaign for reflection largely, as he supposed, through Broderick's efforts.

Broderick had stood by Terry on one occasion when everybody else had been against him and his situation had been critical.

In his anger over his defeat, Terry accused Broderick of disgraceful and underhand practices.

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