Radford



Arthur William, 1896–1973, U.S. admiral: chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1953–57.
a town in SW Virginia.
Contemporary Examples

“I think you will see a much more diverse constituency demanding action across the aisle,” Radford says.
Is Washington Ready to Act on Climate Change? Miranda Green November 8, 2012

Historical Examples

Radford Leicester never died, really died—he only pretended.
The Man Who Rose Again Joseph Hocking

The door was closed, but Miss Radford verified this before proceeding.
Love at Paddington W. Pett Ridge

Radford Leicester’s spirit possessed them; the man’s cool and confident cynicism attracted them.
The Man Who Rose Again Joseph Hocking

Radford rushed up to him and fired point-blank again and again.
Stingaree E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung

We communicated with the other vessels, Captain Radford promising to lead, and urging them to follow closely in his wake.
The Golden Grasshopper W.H.G. Kingston

Mrs. Radford sat down again, large and impressive and aloof.
Sons and Lovers David Herbert Lawrence

He told his friend Speed he wanted Radford to show fight so that he might “knock him down and leave him kicking.”
Lincoln’s Yarns and Stories Alexander K. McClure

We agreed that I should speak forthwith to Captain Radford on the subject.
The Golden Grasshopper W.H.G. Kingston

I’ll do all that a woman may, Radford; but only God can make a man truly good.
The Man Who Rose Again Joseph Hocking

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