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Synonyms for Bradley

United States politician who was elected the first black mayor of Los Angeles (1917-1998)

United States general who played an important role in the Allied victory in World War II (1893-1981)

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Under the competition rules, Adam Bradley, James Earl and Simon Tucker are ineligible to play as they have all held professional contracts in the past.
Stuart Purvis and Anthony Skipsey netted for Shields, but efforts from Jon-Paul Bradley, James Hughes, Greg Lang and Mark Turnbull won it for Bohs.
Serving in a variety of jobs, he did not achieve the fame of his West Point classmates Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, George Stratemeyer, and Joseph McNarney.
John Savvery, Derek Bradley, James Myers and Kris Maloney were on target for them while Martin Simpson replied.
Grade 10: Samuel Bergen, Kingsley Bradley, James Carlise, Jessica Donati, Michael Doyle, Rachel Fleming, James Glidden, Ryan Gove, Tiffany Hall, Nicholas Hull, Melanie Kleya, Morgan Mackintosh, Erin McIntyre, Shanise Perez, Bryce Simonds, Dennis Slepuhova, Jeffrey White, Joshua Yonika, Katelyn Zuidema
Providing extended readings of Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, Robert Hayden and Zora Neale Hurston, Crossroads Modernism also offers considerations of writers David Bradley, James Baldwin, Yusef Komunyakaa, Toni Morrison, and Harlem Renaissance women poets.
In an interview with Ed Bradley, James Jaggers, MD, the Duke pediatric transplant surgeon who performed the transplant, explained the blood type mismatch (Jesica was type O, the donor was type A), wasn't discovered until the operation had been underway for 5 hours.
Other West Midland composers so far performed by the ensemble are David Bradley, James Langley and Nathan Rose.
With his band consisting of David Hayes, Liam Bradley, James Blenner-hassett and Ted Ponsonby he's set to travel to far flung places like Japan where his fan-base is growing with each record.