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  • Bridle is a Lecturer and Royal Society Research Fellow in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University College London, where she is working on "extracting information about cosmology using weak gravitational lensing."

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Bridle is a Lecturer and Royal Society Research Fellow in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University College London, where she is working on "extracting information about cosmology using weak gravitational lensing."

    Astrophysicist Sarah Bridle

  • Speaking of flying, for those of you new to the Twitter scene, some fellow by the name of James Bridle is at least a year ahead of you: he’s published My Life in Tweets.

    2009 March « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Speaking of flying, for those of you new to the Twitter scene, some fellow by the name of James Bridle is at least a year ahead of you: he’s published My Life in Tweets.

    2009 March 23 « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Speaking of flying, for those of you new to the Twitter scene, some fellow by the name of James Bridle is at least a year ahead of you: he’s published My Life in Tweets.

    The future is (maybe) now « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Partridge then proceeded thus: “In the parish where I was born, there lived a farmer whose name Bridle, and he had a son named Francis, a good hopeful young fellow: I was at the grammar-school with him, where I remember he was got into Ovid’s Epistles, and he could construe you three lines together sometimes without looking into a dictionary.

    XI. In Which the Man of the Hill Begins to Relate His History. Book VIII

  • In "Bridle," an equally unhappy woman begins to have unnerving dreams about a kelpie trapped in a small pond near her home.

    Bonkus on the Konkus

  • It's based on "Bridle" (Sirenia Digest #3, February 2006), which a few of you might remember, the kelpie story.

    "...my words will turn to anger. Malevolence in need..."

  • It's based on "Bridle" (Sirenia Digest #3, February 2006), which a few of you might remember, the kelpie story.

    "...my words will turn to anger. Malevolence in need..."

  • In "Bridle," an equally unhappy woman begins to have unnerving dreams about a kelpie trapped in a small pond near her home.

    Bonkus on the Konkus

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