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

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Target: Two development sites in central Bristol, England
Growing up in a male-dominated home, Nancy follows her own path on the wharves of Bristol, England in the 1720s--until her father remarries and his new wife attempts to civilize her.
Education Summary: BSc, Mathematics with Statistics, University of Bristol, England -- Graduated with honors, 1984; FCMA (Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), completed post-graduate examinations in the U.
Eddie Chambers is an independent curator and writer of art criticism based in Bristol, England.
This is one of the findings in a new report "Single ply roofing membranes and insulation" by Corporate Development Consultants of Bristol, England.
This lengthy story begins in Bristol, England, in 1722.
Gill of the Institute of Neurosciences in Bristol, England, embedded two hockey-puck-size pumps loaded with GDNF under the skin of each patient's abdomen.
It was all the more remarkable that this Bristol, England, collective flawlessly executed this drum-and-bass music live, making it the only act on this level to perform what is usually relegated only to DJs in underground clubs.
Another paper on the subject, by Hoi-Kwong Lo of Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Bristol, England, and H.
BRISTOL, England -- ClearSpeed Technology (LSE:CSD), the world leader in acceleration technology for high performance computing (HPC), today announced that the company is part of a $1.
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