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Bristol,

city in England.
Bristol diet therapy - diet developed at the Cancer Help Centre in Bristol, emphasizing whole foods and the use of organic produce while avoiding caffeine and dairy products.
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Ryanair, the Ireland-based European regional airline, has announced a new weekly Bristol ski route to Turin, Italy commencing in December 2019, as part of Ryanair's extended Bristol Winter 19 schedule.
The supersonic passenger jet's first British flight took off from Filton in April 1969, while the last Concorde to fly is housed at Aerospace Bristol, next to the runway.
Starting September 1, Brussels Airlines will initially operate the Bristol route six times a week.
Tomorrow and Sunday some train services will be diverted via an alternate route, and coaches will also replace trains between Bristol Parkway and Newport.
British news portal Bristol Live reported that it may have been part of an elaborate stunt to protest the involvement of Malaysian conglomerate YTL Corporation Bhd in the proposal to build a controversial arena in the city located in southwest England.
Now ready for turnover, some of the country's most discriminating few--individuals who expect nothing less than highest standards--can have the 40-storey Bristol at Parkway Place as their prestige address when they get the keys to their respective units.
According to the (http://www.tmz.com/2018/07/19/bristol-palin-teen-mom-og-cast/) report , Bristol has "signed on as a regular on the show," alongside Amber Portwood, Catelynn Baltierra, and Maci Bookout.
During the conference, Jay Ganesh, CEO of Bristol Healthcare Services, gave an exclusive presentation on company's BristolByte workflow management solutions software to Healthpac Users.
Keep Bristol Warm is a movement in Bristol that aims to demonstrate solidarity and community spirit to the homeless people during winter.
Bristol [United Kingdom], Feb 17 ( ANI ): An earthquake of magnitude 4.9 on the Richter scale struck Bristol in the United Kingdom (UK) on Saturday at 8 pm (IST).
Roy Ireland worked in the coffee industry for more than 20 years, from being an espresso machine engineer to starting what would grow to be Bristol Twenty Coffee.