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  • noun Plural form of Bradshaw.

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Examples

  • When the insurance adjuster reportedly called the Bradshaws 'residence to follow up, a female voice answered, telling the adjuster that Monica Bradshaw "had died," according to the affidavit.

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  • We stayed in a funny little place called Bradshaws, which was a cute, but ridiculously cheap, backpackers.

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  • "'Lusty Labour Lesbians' (featuring a cameo appearance from Clare Short) and Ben 'Dover' Bradshaws 'Bi Human Nights Bill', which features a steamy, no-holds barred session between Angela Eagle, Gordon Marsden and Stephen Twigg in a Commons Committee room."

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  • The movies, believed to have been 'Lusty Labour Lesbians' (featuring a cameo appearance from Clare Short) and Ben 'Dover' Bradshaws 'Bi Human Nights Bill', which features a steamy, no-holds barred session between Angela Eagle, Gordon Marsden and Stephen Twigg in a Commons Committee room.

    Brown Defends Home Secretary in 'Porngate'

  • And RB Ahmad Bradshaws damaged feet bears watching, yet its been similar to that for weeks.

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  • The movies, believed to have been 'Lusty Labour Lesbians' (featuring a cameo appearance from Clare Short) and Ben 'Dover' Bradshaws 'Bi Human Nights Bill', which features a steamy, no-holds barred session between Angela Eagle, Gordon Marsden and Stephen Twigg in a Commons Committee room.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And RB Ahmad Bradshaws damaged feet bears watching, yet its been similar to that for weeks.

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  • So maybe a part of Bradshaws model should take this aspect in consideration also.

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  • She seemed to have a plan in her mind which required Bradshaws and the names of inns.

    Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf

  • For her father had been looking at her, as he stood talking to the Bradshaws, and he had thought to himself, Who is that lovely girl?

    Mrs. Dalloway

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