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Trafford

/ˈtræfəd/
noun
1.
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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  • There were moods when trafford would, as people say,-384- pull himself together, and struggle with his gnawing discontent.

    Marriage H. G. Wells
  • Both Sir Brook and trafford were enthusiastic in their praises of the spot.

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I. Charles James Lever
  • The Marquis, who was sitting alone in his own morning room at trafford, frowned angrily.

    Marion Fay Anthony Trollope
  • Who is to say how trafford's family would like the connection?

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I. Charles James Lever
  • Who got first over the brook, was his next speculation, and where was trafford?

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I. Charles James Lever
  • trafford was struck on the head as he rose by Mr. Creagh's horse.

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I. Charles James Lever
  • She felt this departure ought to have the quality of an immense sacrifice, a desperate and heroic undertaking for trafford's sake.

    Marriage H. G. Wells
  • You think I will force a quarrel on trafford,—yes, I knew what was in your thoughts.

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II. Charles James Lever
  • trafford was smoking his pipe and did not speak for a moment.

  • trafford had not refused the challenge, nor had he spoken of it to Fossbrooke.

    Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II. Charles James Lever

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