- Anglicised from an Irish surname Ó Bradáin ("descendant of Bradán"), from a personal name meaning "salmon". (Wiktionary)
“The A's Dallas Braden is mobbed after pitching a perfect game Sunday, but "only 7,400 were in the stands.”
“Former Marlin Braden Looper yielded two runs and five hits in the ninth inning, including RBI singles by Juan Pierre and”
“Anne Braden is one of a few white Southerners who have been jumping on racism with both feet for more than five decades.”
“Anne Braden is the co-chair of the board of directors of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice in Louisville, Kentucky.”
“Also notable, the Braden from the left and Novak from the right don’t even argue.”
“And it was Robert Novak from the right, and a guy, last name Braden from the left.”
“That's right, long-haired Warrior Val Kilmer aka Braden, fairhaven boy that supposedly had some huge crush on me.”
“Oh yeah so Becca is still hanging out with bathrobe kid, aka Braden, aka freshmen year weird kid, all the time.”
“In his opinion, Mark Ransford, seventeen years before, had taken advantage of his friend's misfortunes to run away with his wife, and when Brake, alias Braden, had unexpectedly turned up at Wrychester, he had added to his former wrong by the commission of a far greater one.”
“He signed it "Braden"; and below the signature there was a postscript that puzzled her for a long time.”
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