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  • n. Plural form of Bristolian.


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  • Pinch is joined in room two by fellow Bristolians Blazey and Peverelist.

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  • International success arrived more rapidly for the Londoners, but would be more lasting for the Bristolians, some of whose members evolved to become Massive Attack.

    Soul II Soul v the Wild Bunch

  • The Bristolians 'singing is impeccable, and after a low-key first number they tear off their sober shirt fronts to reveal garish gold waistcoats beneath.

    The secret of barbershop: harmonise, project – and smile!

  • Just one more story: when Bristolians were asked in a referendum if they would pay for a council tax rise to fund schools (they were given a choice of a 6% rise, 4%, 2%, or no rise at all – meaning no new investment), they voted for ... no rise at all.

    Rewind radio: Evan Loves Tax; Tony Livesey; Night Waves

  • and organiser of the Bristol Twestival, adds: We have been inundated with offers of support and after securing such a great venue as The Lanes, Bristolians are set to show the world they really know how to party on 12 February whilst raising a shed load of cash for an amazing charity at the same time!

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The swathes of new housing around Gloucester, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham are full of ex-Brummies, Bristolians, Londoners.

    July 10, 2005

  • He will hopefully join his several fellow Bristolians - including, just slightly later, the rottweiler Mark Francois, who should certainly be used in more high profile roles!

    Chris Whiteside Reselected for Copeland

  • But some Bristolians say the celebrations are offensive and too Euro-centric.

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2007

  • Creative Bristol sponsors The Great Reading Adventure, a huge city-wide reading project where people from Bristol (Bristolians?) read the same book at the same time.

    The Great Reading Adventure

  • A few miles away from me is a new edge-of-town estate almost entirely populated by ex-Brummies or Bristolians.

    Archive 2004-06-20


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