Origin of telford
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How to use telford in a sentence
Mr. Bessemer received the Telford and Albert gold medals and honors from sovereigns and societies round the world.The Harris-Ingram Experiment|Charles E. Bolton
Before Macadam and Telford appeared upon the scene, the office of road-surveyor was very generally looked down upon.
He died, aged ninety-three, in 1810, five years before Macadam and Telford began their work upon the roads.
A greater speed was attained when the roads began to be reorganised by Telford and Macadam.
A great gap stretches between the time of our road-making hermit and that of Telford—a gap of four hundred and fifty years.