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  1. a town in SW Connecticut, near Bridgeport: Shakespeare theater.
  2. a city in SE Ontario, in S Canada: Shakespeare theater.
  3. a male given name.

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Always with a twinkle in his eye and hands full of his freshly harvested bounty, Stratford shares his gardening adventures on Twitter in rarely punctuated tweets, and is constantly going massively viral for everything just mentioned.

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My children didn't find it accessible, but the minute they got to Stratford and started seeing the plays, they get it.

If all of it was true, Stratford Oakmont must have had some of the most awkward water-cooler talks in corporate history.

He served for years as trustee of the Art Gallery of Ontario and as chairman of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

Not five years ago, the Biebz was just a cute kid from Stratford, Ontario, strumming on a guitar twice his size.

He is then taken by helicopter to the Olympic stadium in Stratford, east London, where he parachutes into the arena.

The chums liked Mark Stratford and they did not believe that he was anywhere near as “sporty” as Burd had intimated.

Our early start and the fine, nearly level road brought us to Stratford-upon-Avon well before noon.

Here we hoped to secure a few mementos of our visit to Stratford by motor car.

At "Stratford Hall" four dependent structures formed a square court, inside of which the great house stands.

As a first step, Thomas went to Stratford, and withdrew the few pounds left in the bank there,—some 10 or 12.





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