Brady definition by Webster's New World
Brady, Mathew B. 1823?-96; U.S. photographer, esp. of Lincoln & the Civil War
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slow, delayed, tardy: bradycardia
Origin: ; from Classical Greek bradys, slow
Brady definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, James Buchanan Known as “Diamond Jim.” 1856-1917.
American financier and philanthropist who gained his nickname because of his attraction to diamonds and his extravagant lifestyle.
, Mathew B. 1823-1896.
American pioneer photographer who was famous for his portraits and was appointed official Union photographer of the Civil War in 1861.
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Origin: Greek bradu-, from bradus, slow.
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