Bradfordian

Bradfordian

[‚brad′fȯrd·ē·ən]
(geology)
Uppermost Devonian geologic time.
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After England defended their total with ease to clinch a 2-0 success, despite an admirable 82 from Porterfield in Ireland's 243 all out, Bairstow had plenty to smile about, including a good-natured jibe at his fellow Bradfordian Rashid.
I have not only heard these sentiments echoed by other Trinity fans, and Giants supporters, but when a Bradfordian comes up to you to praise not just one but a string of Leeds performances, you know something earth-shattering has happened.
There will be a point where I have to choose between the two, probably when I leave university, but I'd like to keep doing both as long as I can," the Bradfordian adds.
A born and bred Bradfordian, Noble spent 31 years at Odsal as player and coach before crossing the Pennines early this year.
At times, in line with his Bradfordian commitment to the nomocratic constitution, he speaks as if the point is that popular sovereignty expressed by popular majorities at the state level is the only legitimate standard of political action, or the only standard of right there is.
Both sides used all three permitted substitutions, with Brentford bringing on Bradfordian frontman Clayton Donaldson and also introducing Myles Weston, who shot narrowly wide in the 68th minute, and Harry Forrester.
Leeds lad Dave Howarth also appears and the show is compered by Bradfordian Ben Schofield.
I can be proud of being a Bradfordian for 364 days a year but there is one day I feel let down.