Bradshaw


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Brad·shaw

 (brăd′shô′), Terry Paxton Born 1948.
American football player who, as quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, led his team to four Super Bowl titles between 1975 and 1980.

Bradshaw

(ˈbrædˌʃɔː)
n
(Railways) a British railway timetable, published annually from 1839 to 1961
[C19: named after its original publisher, George Bradshaw (1801–53)]
References in classic literature ?
Bradshaw would certainly contain a time-table; but no Bradshaw could be found.
Stuart," Bradshaw was saying, "listen to the roll call of your judges and address to the court any observations you may have to make.
Bradshaw waited, and as there was no reply there was a moment of silence.
Just look up the trains in Bradshaw," said he, and turned back to his chemical studies.
There is a train at half-past nine," said I, glancing over my Bradshaw.
Of all eccentrically planned things, from Bradshaw to the maze at Hampton Court, that room was the most eccentric.
John Bradshaw," says Milton, "appears like a consul, from whom the fasces are not to depart with the year; so that not on the tribunal only, but throughout his life, you would regard him as sitting in judgment upon kings.
Cromwell and Bradshaw (not the guide man, but the King Charles's head man) likewise sojourned here.
Bradshaw didn't look much like singing--all wore out slaving.
The vocabulary of Bradshaw is nervous and terse, but limited.
She seemed to have a plan in her mind which required Bradshaws and the names of inns.
Lightning struck again when a Hitchmough pass was intercepted by Sean Dadswell to score and Bradshaw to convert.