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Bristow

/ˈbrɪstəʊ/
noun
1.
Eric. born 1957, British darts player: world champion five times (1980–81, 1984–86)
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  • Both bristow and Greenleaf caught the note of criticism in his voice.

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  • "I see," said bristow, betraying no surprise that Withers had appeared so suddenly.

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  • "I didn't know you were in town or even expected," bristow said casually.

    The Winning Clue

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  • bristow purposely remained silent, awaiting some explanation.

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  • If the man who killed your wife is caught, it will be through the work of Mr. bristow.

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  • "You'll be talking only for our information," cut in bristow crisply.

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  • "Your theories are perfectly safe with us," bristow reassured him.

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  • bristow's questions, despite their directness, were free from offense.

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