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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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  • bristow, stationed near the corner by the door, could see their faces.

    The Winning Clue James Hay, Jr.
  • bristow preserves what was once the regular pronunciation of Bristol.

  • "I don't get you at all," bristow said, eyeing him intently.

    The Winning Clue James Hay, Jr.
  • "But a blind man could see what he is working for," added bristow.

    George at the Fort Harry Castlemon
  • Can not go further before conferring with you, bristow, Fulton, and Abrahamson.

    The Winning Clue James Hay, Jr.
  • "If the lieutenant was a decent man, I wouldn't say a word," answered bristow.

    George at the Fort Harry Castlemon
  • You are not engaged to Major bristow by any chance, are you?

    A Lost Leader E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • "I don't need any help," said bristow, who had landed squarely on his feet.

    George at the Fort Harry Castlemon

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