Some articles on bristol:
... From 1918, Bristol developed a series of heavy triplanes which, like the Caproni design, appeared in different variants aimed at different roles ... The first was the Bristol Braemar bomber, flying in 1918 with the Mk II version in 1919 ... The Bristol Pullman 14-seat transport variant flew in 1920 ...
... Marshman (née Shepherd) and in 1794 they moved from Westbury Leigh in Wiltshire to Bristol ... In Bristol they joined the Broadmead Baptist Church and Marshman taught in a local Charity School supported by the church ... At this time he also studied at Bristol Baptist College ...
... project from English Electric under the name "Red Shoes", and Bristol's proposal under "Red Duster" ... Bristol's efforts were fairly similar to EE's in most ways, although it was somewhat less mobile while offering somewhat better range ... Bristol was awarded a development contract in 1949, referring to it as Project 1220 ...
... of the endangered native white-clawed crayfish in the Bristol area was found in the river, but became extinct in 2008 ...
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Famous quotes containing the word bristol:
“Its of a rich squire in Bristol doth dwell,
There are ladies of honour that love him well,
But all was in vain, in vain was said,
For he was in love with a charming milkmaid.”
—Unknown. Squire and Milkmaid; or, Blackberry Fold (l. 14)
“Through the port comes the moon-shine astray!
It tips the guards cutlass and silvers this nook;
But twill die in the dawning of Billys last day.
A jewel-block theyll make of me to-morrow,
Pendant pearl from the yard-arm-end
Like the ear-drop I gave to Bristol Molly
O, tis me, not the sentence theyll suspend.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)