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Ford may mean a number of things:

Places named Ford

In the United Kingdom:

  • Ford, Argyll
  • Ford, Bideford, Devon
  • Ford, Buckinghamshire
  • Ford, Chippenham, Wiltshire
  • Ford, Kingsbridge, Devon
  • Ford, Gloucestershire
  • Ford, Northumberland
  • Ford, Salisbury, Wiltshire
  • Ford, Sefton
  • Ford, Shropshire
  • Ford, Somerset
  • Ford, Staffordshire
  • Ford, West Sussex

In the United States:

  • Ford, Iowa
  • Ford, Kansas
  • Ford, Kentucky
  • Ford, Mississippi
  • Ford, Montana - two of them
  • Ford, Tennessee
  • Ford, Texas
  • Ford, Washington
  • Ford, Wisconsin

People named Ford

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Biography of Gerald R. Ford (634 words)
Ford's reputation for integrity and openness had made him popular during his 25 years in Congress.
Ford established his policies during his first year in office, despite opposition from a heavily Democratic Congress.
Ford continued as he had in his Congressional days to view himself as "a moderate in domestic affairs, a conservative in fiscal affairs, and a dyed-in-the-wool internationalist in foreign affairs." A major goal was to help business operate more freely by reducing taxes upon it and easing the controls exercised by regulatory agencies.
Ford Laser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (640 words)
The Ford Laser is, in fact, a restyled version of the 323 produced by Mazda in Japan since 1980.
Ford New Zealand continued to assemble the Laser locally until 1997, and the range included the old station wagon model, discontinued in other markets in 1989, until it was replaced by the Escort.
The Ford Laser was also assembled and sold in some countries in Latin America such as Colombia and Venezuela, and sold in right hand drive markets in the Caribbean such as Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.
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