Trafford


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Trafford

(ˈtræfəd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in NW England, in Greater Manchester. Pop: 211 800 (2003 est). Area: 106 sq km (41 sq miles)
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[With a little toss of the head.] Of course I shan't bring Tommy Trafford. Tommy Trafford is in great disgrace.
Gertrude, I wish you would speak to Tommy Trafford.
Trafford. He believes he has a brilliant future before him.
I am the secretary, and Tommy Trafford is treasurer.
The match was at Old Trafford, on the third Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in July; the other affair had been all.
We shall be at Waterloo just after half-past three, and that's going to give me an hour at the Albany on my way to Euston, and another hour at Old Trafford before play begins.
THE name of Crystal Palace can now be added to Old Trafford's recent roll call of ignominy.
BY DAVID ANDERSON IT wasn't that long ago teams made the journey to Old Trafford in fear of what lay in wait for them.
Evo-Stik North COLWYN BAY v TRAFFORD TODAY, 3PM KICK OFF By TIM CHANNON COLWYN Bay set up a huge play-off clash at home to sixth-placed Trafford today with their 3-0 win over Prescot Cables on Thursday.
MANCHESTER United Supporters Trust (MUST) has responded to Jose Mourinho's claims that Old Trafford is a "quiet" stadium following the Red Devils' home victory over Huddersfield Town.