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2. Henry Ford was an automobile baron.
3. Are you going to give your Ford as a trade-in?
4. Glyn Ford is chairman of the Committee which produced the report.
5. Ford was a respecter of proprieties and liked to see things done properly.
6. Two minutes later Ford equalized with a penalty.
7. I clocked up 90,000 miles in my Ford.
8. Messrs Ford and Dobson are piano repairers.
9. His only big purchase has been a used Ford.
10. My parents own a Ford sedan.
11. They're negotiating a tie-up with Ford.
12. Ford is definitely not a man to let a little success go to his head.
13. She cut in on a red Ford, forcing the driver to brake heavily.
14. Ford has been gaining market share this year at the expense of GM.
15. Ford never desisted from trying to persuade him to return to America.
16. In the immortal words of Henry Ford, 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.'
17. Ford was attached to the battalion's first line of transport.
18. After news of this new court case Ford broke down again, though he blamed the breakdown on his work.
19. Patrick crashed a Ford that he'd borrowed from the car pool at work.
20. The Ford Foundation allocated millions of dollars for cancer research.
21. He accused Ford of being hell-bent on achieving its cuts by whatever means.
22. Henry Ford envisaged an important future for the motor car.
23. This car is the successor to the popular Ford Mondeo.
24. He noticed a man behind him in a blue Ford gesticulating to pull over.
25. Her gesture, motion, and her smiles,Her wit, her voice my heart beguiles,Beguiles my heart, I know not why,And yet, Ill love her till I die. Thomas Ford.
26. There is a lady sweet and kind, Was never a face so pleased my mind;I did but see her passing by, And yet, Ill love her till I die. Thomas Ford.
27. Iacocca rose from humble beginnings to become boss of Ford.
28. Leo Ioacoco attained the position of President of the Ford Motors.
29. The company recently secured a $20 million contract with Ford.
30. As the name implies,(sentencedict.com/ford.html) Oxford was the place at which oxen could ford the river.