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

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Included within Restructuring and other charges were a pre-tax charge of $207 million ($133 million after taxes) for premiums paid on a cash tender offer on outstanding debt, a net pre-tax gain of $14 million ($9 million after taxes) related to the sale of the Carolina Coated Bristols brand and costs associated with the conversion of the Riegelwood, North Carolina facility to 100% pulp production, and a charge of $1 million (before and after taxes) for other items.
IN the late 1950s if you saw the 'hole-in-the-wall' grille of a Bristol looming large in your rear view mirror it was time to move over unless you were driving something fast and exotic.
AT the end of the Seocnd World War aircraft maker Bristol turned some of its capacity to making cars and acquired licences to produce cars that were akin to pre-war BMW products.
Enjoy this ride, then hopefully the next time we will see any Bristols, we'll be looking down on them, as is the way in all good 'Carry On' films.
It has more than a million residents making it the sixth largest populated city in England and there are 34 other Bristols in the world including in Peru and Costa Rica.
My fear is that rather than wrestle with the, so far, intractable problem of making racing more accessible without losing its mystery, we will be asked to accept that the only way forward is to dumb it down beyond recognition with every racing programme presented by Alan Titchmarsh, DJ Spoony and some decorative footballer's squeeze with Bristols from Bratislava and a vacuum between her ears.
Almost all Bristols ever built are still in use and generate an intense loyalty among their owners and builders alike.
DON'T tell my wife, but I've fallen in love with a pair of Bristols.
In one swift and savage battle, the new Bristols were decimated--Robinson was killed and three others were shot down; a fourth crashed back at the base.
Premium quality business reply card (BRC), index, and vellum bristols used by printers and magazine publishers primarily for mailing applications (production of 210 tons/day).
Then, all shipshape and Bristols flashing, she and a pal held hands and jumped off their boat.
I've got at least four or five more Bristols left in me.
People might have got the impression that it was a bit gimmicky when they saw the Tshirts with Bristols and Raspberry Ripples on, " she laughs, "but that's only about 10% of the whole collection.
Includes a net gain of $14 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2015 related to the sale of the Carolina Coated Bristols brand and costs associated with the conversion of the Riegelwood mill to 100% pulp production, and a charge of $1 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2015 for costs associated with the Coated Paperboard sheet plant closures.
Believing big boobs meant big things, Adele had her bristols blown up, went to Hollywood - and worked in a shop.