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Synonyms for Ford




Synonyms for Ford

United States film maker (1896-1973)


grandson of Henry Ford (1917-1987)

son of Henry Ford (1893-1943)

English writer and editor (1873-1939)

38th President of the United States

United States manufacturer of automobiles who pioneered mass production (1863-1947)


a shallow area in a stream that can be forded

the act of crossing a stream or river by wading or in a car or on a horse

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Although never at ease with his secondary role, Ford provided unwavering support for Tchelitchew's art and tolerance for his high-strung volatility.
So he turned to his colleague and told him, if they didn't survive the ordeal, he should remember one thing: "This was your idea," Ford told his colleague.
Similar to the process pioneered at the Ford Windsor Aluminum Casting facility, Windsor, Ontario, the new Cleveland plant will employ a variation of the level-controlled electric holding furnace.
19) Ford is, therefore, likely to have been acutely conscious of the twin presences of Henry V and Essex conjured up by the reference to Audley meeting his nemesis on Blackheath; his rebel noble is silently but tellingly juxtaposed with two exemplars of heroic masculinity and, simultaneously, with the twin poles of royal legitimacy and of treasonous rebellion, affording a complexly ironic perspective on the relationship between gender and legitimacy which Jean Howard identifies as a crucial concern of the play.
Ford says that accountability is the key to making change happen.
Ford won but received negligible damages, and his testimony during this protracted trial revealed a woeful ignorance of American history.
Under Ford 2000, Ford's North American and European operations and their respective components operating units are grouped into a single unit, Ford Automotive Operations.
Best of Friends will feature sculptures, models, photographs, drawings, films and three-dimensional examples of their designs, including Fuller's Dymaxion House - the only remaining prototype in existence and on permanent display at Henry Ford Museum - and the 1934 Dymaxion Car, which was designed in collaboration with Noguchi and is on loan from the National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada.
The truth is that Ford needs leadership more than it needs some nebulous "truth.
But at Ford, they undoubtedly hope that it will deliver--perhaps over deliver.
In June, the Greater Texas Ford Dealers Advertising Fund, representing 78 Ford dealerships, sent a letter to Ford Company chairman Bill Ford expressing their "dismay at Ford Motor Company's approach in responding to the criticism and complaints of mainstream consumers regarding Ford's advertising in controversial media.
Only a week earlier, however, Ford executives had held a secret meeting with the antigay American Family Association inside the group's Tupelo, Miss.
In 1929, after years of preparation, Ford opened to the public a large tourist park and museum built on 252 acres in Dearborn," writes Steven Watts in his admirable new biography.