American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Florida on an inlet of Tampa Bay south of Tampa. Hernando de Soto is believed to have landed near here in 1539. Population: 53,700.
“BRADENTON - The Express Clydesdales of Express Employment Professionals are coming to Bradenton on April 25 to appear in the DeSoto Heritage Historical Parade.”
“Donaghy lived in Bradenton, just south of Tampa, before he went to prison.”
“U.S. District Judge John Woodcock sentenced Lorraine Rich, who now lives in Bradenton, Fla., but who lived in Waterville when the crime occurred, to four months in prison and three years of supervised release.”
“Fr. Welsmiler passed away yesterday in Bradenton Florida but the local paper just stated the orphanage was SW of Guadalajara.”
“They were invited to the famed IMG/Bollettieri Tennis Academy after sending a video of Jan to academy officials, but they eventually decided the 250-student academy in Bradenton, Fla., was too big to give Jan enough attention.”
“Both were part of the under-17 residency training program at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., and starred on the under-17 World Championship team that finished an impressive fourth.”
“I've always been a tough girl," says Sharapova, who trains primarily at the famed academy in Bradenton, Fla.”
“Like these clouds over McMcKechnie Field in Bradenton, Fla., the steroid controversy hangs ominously over baseball.”
“She says her passport and blood are Russian, but she trains at Nick Bollettieri's Tennis Academy in Bradenton and also works in Los Angeles with Robert Lansdorp, who coached Tracy Austin.”
“It's not putting another 30 kids in Bradenton and think that's going to do it.”
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