Bristol

1 A centre for British glassmaking from the mid 17th to 19th centuries. Bristol glass-making was established c.1651; in the 18thC opaque white glass resembling porcelain and often decorated in similar style was important, but the city best became known for its 'Bristol' blue glass made in the late 18thC, most notably by Lazarus and Isaac Jacobs. It …...

Bristol

[village] Bristol is a village in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, United States. It was incorporated in 2009 from portions of the Town of Bristol. The population was 2,584 at the 2010 census. The former unincorporated communities of Bissell, Cypress, Pikeville, and Woodworth are located in the village. ==History== The Bristol area`s first settle...
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Bristol

[Whitchurch] Bristol (Whitchurch) Airport, also known as Whitchurch Airport, was a municipal airport in Bristol, England, three miles (5 km) south of the city centre, from 1930 to 1957. It was the main airport for Bristol and area. During World War II, it was one of the few civil airports that remained operational, enabling air connections ...
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Bristol

[n] - an industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon
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Bristol

Type of board paper used for postcards, business cards, and other heavy-use products.
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Bristol

Bris'tol noun A seaport city in the west of England. Bristol board , a kind of fine pasteboard, made with a smooth but usually unglazed surface. -- Bristol brick , a brick of siliceous matter used for polishing cultery; -- originally manufactured at Bristol . -...
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Bristol

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

• (n.) A seaport city in the west of England.
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Bristol

(from the article `airplane`) ...with the best piston planes never made them exceptionally popular. The Vickers Viscount was adopted for its newness and its successor the Vanguard ...
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bristol

(from the article `papermaking`) The general term bristol refers to a group of stiff, heavy papers with thicknesses ranging from 0.15 millimetre (0.006 inch) upward. These grades are ...
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Bristol

(from the article `Bristol`) city and unitary authority, southwestern England. The historic centre of Bristol and the sections of the city north of the River Avon are part of the ...
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Bristol

county, eastern Rhode Island, U.S. It is located on a peninsula bordered by Massachusetts to the northeast, Mount Hope Bay to the southeast, and ...
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Bristol

city and unitary authority, southwestern England. The historic centre of Bristol and the sections of the city north of the River Avon are part of the ... [5 related articles]
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Bristol

city, coextensive with the town (township) of Bristol, Hartford county, central Connecticut, U.S., on the Pequabuck River. The area, part of ...
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Bristol

borough (town), Bucks county, southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., on the Delaware River, just northeast of Philadelphia. The settlement was laid out in ...
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Bristol

town (township) and seat of Bristol county, eastern Rhode Island, U.S., on a peninsula between Narragansett Bay and Mount Hope Bay 13 miles (21 km) ...
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Bristol

city, on the border of Virginia (Washington county) and Tennessee (Sullivan county), U.S., in an extension of the Shenandoah Valley. Although ...
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Bristol

county, southeastern Massachusetts, U.S., bordered to the south by Buzzards Bay and to the west by Rhode Island. It consists of a rolling coastal ...
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Bristol

Bristol is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Bridge` Where is it used? The name Bristol is mainly used In English. From Old English. The name Bristol doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Bristol seems to be unique!
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Bristol

[1866] Bristol was a large sidewheel steamer launched in 1866 by William H. Webb of New York for the Merchants Steamship Company. One of Narragansett Bay`s so-called `floating palaces`, the luxuriously outfitted Bristol and her sister ship Providence, each of which could carry up to 1,200 passengers, were installed with the largest engines ...
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Bristol

HMS Bristol was a British Type 82 destroyer of 6300 tons displacement launched in 1969 and commissioned in 1973 as a test bed for new weapons systems, the sea dart missile was tested from HMS Bristol. HMS Bristol was powered by two Standard Range geared steam turbines and two Rolls-Royce Marine Olympus TM1A gas turbines providing a top speed of 30 ...
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Bristol

[European Parliament constituency] Bristol was a European Parliament constituency centred on Bristol in England, but covering much of Avon. Until 1984, it included parts of southern Gloucestershire and northwestern Wiltshire. Prior to its uniform adoption of proportional representation in 1999, the United Kingdom used first-past-the-post fo...
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Bristol

Type of board paper used for post cards, business cards, and other heavy-use products.
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Bristol

Bristol, city (1991 pop. 370,300), SW England, at the confluence of the Avon and Frome rivers. Bristol, a leading international port, has extensive facilities, including docks at Avonmouth, Portishead, and Royal Portbury. It is a transportation hub and is a financial services center. General and nuc...
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Bristol

(UK) Industrial port and administrative centre of Bristol City unitary authority, in southwest England, situated at the junction of the rivers Avon and Frome, 48 km/30 mi east of Cardiff; population (2001) 380,600. Industries include engineering, microelectronics, tobacco, printing, me...
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