Bradford


Bradford
m.
1 Bradford, William Bradford.
2 Bradford.
* * *
= Bradford.
Ex. To take a concrete example, if we are studying 'Bradford's law of scattering', we would expect to find Bradford's book Documentation cited.
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* dispersión de Bradford, la = Bradford distribution, the.
* Ley de Dispersión de Bradford = Bradford's distribution law, Bradford's Law of Scatter, Bradford's Law of Scattering.
* * *
= Bradford.

Ex: To take a concrete example, if we are studying 'Bradford's law of scattering', we would expect to find Bradford's book Documentation cited.

* dispersión de Bradford, la = Bradford distribution, the.
* Ley de Dispersión de Bradford = Bradford's distribution law, Bradford's Law of Scatter, Bradford's Law of Scattering.


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