For a discussion of the Greek texts, see Professor bristols exposition in the same volume.
Stan craned his neck and saw what was holding the eyes of the men in the Blenheims and the bristols.
The latter portion of the expression went out with bristols fame as a seaport.
The nine light Spitfires went down in a screaming dive to cover the Blenheims and the bristols.
Stan knifed into a wedge of Heinkels darting down to drop upon one of the bristols.
City in western England, Middle English Bridgestow, from Old English Brycgstow, literally "assembly place by a bridge" (see bridge (n.) + stow). A local peculiarity of pronunciation adds -l to words ending in vowels. Of a type of pottery, 1776; of a type of glass, 1880. In British slang, "breast," 1961, from Bristol cities, rhyming slang for titties.