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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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Today, Bristol is a buzzing, multicultural university city of 400,000 with approximately 16,000 blacks--some descended from enslaved Africans.
He stated his willingness to go to Bristol, but two things stood in his way: (1) he was currently in prison, and (2) he was also currently "on trial for eldership" (being considered as pastor) by the Swan Alley church, (3) whose members did not want to let Hardcastle go to Bristol and fought hard to keep him.
Later Bristol sought to capitalize on the ``Grapes of Wrath'' connection, changing the titles of some of the photos.
According to Eliot Spitzer, attorney general for New York, one of the states which spearheaded the investigation into Bristol, the company managed to monopolize the marketing of paclitaxel-based anti-cancer drugs until October 23, 2000, and until April 2002 was one of only two companies approved to sell such drugs.
On January 5, 2001, Bristol Myers Squibb issued a letter to alert health care professionals to the potential increased risk of lactic acidosis and liver damage in pregnant women treated with the combination of Zerit and Videx.
Why were his merchant-contemporaries so eager to leave Bristol in the 1740s when, for several generations, they had so resolutely turned their back on the suburbs and countryside.
Aug-17 Watford H 24 York A 27 Stockport A 31 Peterborough H Sep- 7 Crewe H 10 Bristol Rovers A 14 Preston A 21 Notts County H 28 Rotherham A Oct-1 Walsall H 5 Gillingham A 12 Wycombe H 15 Plymouth H 19 Wrexham A 26 Luton A 29 Bristol City H Nov-2 Bury H 9 Blackpool A 19 Brentford H 23 Burnley A 30 Luton H Dec-3 Shrewsbury A 14 Millwall H 21 Chesterfield A 26 Bristol Rovers H 28 Crewe A Jan-1 Notts County A 4 Preston H 11 Rotherham H 18 Walsall A 25 Bristol City A Feb-1 Blackpool H 8 Bury A 15 Burnley H 22 Brentford A Mar-1 Shrewsbury H 8 Chesterfield H 15 Millwall A 22 York H 29 Watford A 31 Stockport H Apr-5 Peterborough A 12 Gillingham H 19 Wycombe A 26 Wrexham H May-3 Plymouth A
NASCAR makes its second stop of 2002 at Bristol Motor Speedway tonight and the showdown most everyone is anticipating is between Kurt Busch and Jimmy Spencer.
Because about 20 years ago, a guy named Bill Rasmussen had an idea for something called the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, and he was told Bristol would be a feasible place for it to work.
I don't see Rusty Wallace taking anything but his best car up there, which is why he does so well at Bristol.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Alaska's Renewable Resources Coalition (RRC), a group formed to protect Alaska's fishing and hunting resources, applauds the move by 13 Bristol Bay Native organizations to fight the development of the proposed Pebble Mine.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Skanska (STO:SKAB) has reached financial close for the financing, design, construction and operation of four schools under the UK Government's program for Public Private Partnerships (PPP), Private Finance Initiative (PFI), in Bristol.