Bradford

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United States printer (born in England) whose press produced the first American prayer book and the New York City's first newspaper (1663-1752)

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The Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDL), Bradford, England, and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Middlesex, have announced a new standard for communication between different color measurement software applications.
A FITTING TRIBUTE BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET THE ALHAMBRA THEATER BRADFORD, ENGLAND, U.
City officials in Bradford, England, tried unsuccessfully to ban the production, and the Bristol Evening Post called Bintley "the Quentin Tarantino of the ballet world.
James died in virtual poverty in Bradford, England, twelve years ago.
Most gripping is the footage of a fire that broke out in the stands during a 1985 soccer game in Bradford, England, and razed the stadium in less than ten minutes, killing thirty-eight people.
I was in Bradford, England, about 18 months ago and it had an impressive Kodak Museum of Photography and an Imax theatre.
Hill Hire was founded in Bradford, England (UK) in 1990 with only one depot (maintenance facility).
Jeff was born in Bradford, England, son of Illingworth and Gertrude (Mellor) Robertshaw.
Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the National Media Museum in Bradford, England, in 2010-2011.
They were thought of as Victorian kitsch,'' says Colin Ford, the founding head of the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, England.
Sarah Frances Duffy, from Bradford, England, who was one of the tasters, said: "It was absolutely delicious.