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  • proper n. A surname.

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Examples

  • Mr Bradman's displeasure became public in 2005 when the foundation licensed an Australian food company to market "Bradman" chocolate chip cookies in India.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Mr Bradman's displeasure became public in 2005 when the foundation licensed an Australian food company to market 'Bradman' chocolate chip cookies in India.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • The Sinhalese must, therefore, fight for every kilometer of their ethnic homeland, Bradman Weerakoon, an adviser to former Sri Lankan presidents and prime ministers, told me.

    Buddha’s Savage Peace

  • These transcripts of the 30 "best" selected by the programme's deviser and producer for 34 years run the gamut from the farceur Ben Travers, who saw WG Grace play and was in Australia during England's 1928-29 tour when Don Bradman made his Test debut, to Lily Allen, whose interest in the game was sparked by the 2005 Ashes.

    The Best Views from the Boundary – Test Match Special's Greatest Interviews

  • The opinions of batsmen such as Jack Hobbs and Don Bradman that he was one of the very best bowlers they ever played against is not to be dismissed either.

    Maurice Tate: An extraordinary response for an extraordinary man

  • In the history of Test cricket, among players with that many appearances or more, only the great Australian Don Bradman, has a higher average.

    Cool-Hand Trott Leads Way

  • Clangers are his house speciality, the mystery only how someone of his staggering incompetence has managed to be selected for more Test matches than Donald Bradman and, as Ian Chappell has succinctly put it, even The Don's batting wouldn't compensate for such hamfistedness.

    New Zealand's boundary bounty should not be demeaned by cries of 'fix'

  • That's not to say that either Bradman or Tendulkar lacked aesthetic style, just that it was not their defining characteristic.

    VVS Laxman is the latest standard bearer for the Golden Age

  • That explains why Sir Ian Botham oddly, the knighthood came for services to charity, not cricket became probably the biggest hero, next to WG Grace and Sir Donald Bradman, in the game's history.

    Ian Botham by Simon Wilde - review

  • Off the pitch, Dravid also was the first Indian to deliver the Sir Donald Bradman Oration .

    India Sports Highlights, 2011

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