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an industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon

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Universal Fiber Systems, LLC is headquartered in Bristol, VA, and consists of two business units: Universal Fibers, Inc.
The company will continue to operate under the Zenith Power Products name using the existing Bristol, Va.
Air Force to land a position in radio and later as a local television reporter/anchor at an NBC-TV affiliate in Bristol, Va.
Senior Amateur at Virginian Golf Club in Bristol, Va.
Bristol Virginia Utilities is a municipally owned system, providing electric, water, wastewater and telecommunication services to the City of Bristol, Va.
Charleston, SC; Salt Lake City, UT; and Bristol, VA.
This country is getting like the bears of Yellowstone,' says Richard Wolfe, vice-president and director of coal research for the United Coal Company of Bristol, Va.
TriSummit operates six banking facilities in Kingsport, TN (2), Johnson City, TN, and Bristol, VA and also in Morristown and Jefferson City, TN.
The son of Italian immigrants opted for conventional employment, joining the faculty at Sullins College in Bristol, Va.
With the increasing importance of becoming emissions complaint in the LSI engine world, Zenith Power Products LLC (ZPP), Bristol, Va.
A $5,750,000 first lien mortgage for the acquisition of a 120,626 s/f shopping center in Bristol, VA.
DALLAS-Aerus LLC, the former Electrolux vac maker, will shift production from its Bristol, Va.
Additionally, in 2014, Cabela's plans to open locations in Anchorage, Alaska; Bristol, Va.
Headquartered in Bristol, VA, with additional facilities in the United States, Europe, Thailand and China, UFS is engaged in the production of custom solution-dyed synthetic fibers.
Awakening TV is a cutting-edge online network designed to fuel global revival and awakening," says LeStrange, founder of Impact International Ministries in Bristol, VA.