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bristols

(ˈbrɪstəlz)
pl n
slang Brit a woman's breasts
[C20: short for Bristol Cities, rhyming slang for titties]
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bristols

[ˈbrɪstəlz] NPL (Brit) (= breasts) → tetas fpl

bristols

pl (Brit inf) → Titten pl (sl)
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Included within Restructuring and other charges were a pre-tax charge of $17 million ($11 million after taxes) related to the restructuring of our 2006 timber monetization, net pre-tax charges of $7 million ($4 million after taxes) related to the sale of the Carolina Coated Bristols brand and costs associated with the conversion of the Riegelwood, North Carolina facility to 100% pulp production and a charge of $1 million (before and after taxes) for other items.
You're so lovely, so sweet, so kind - I think I'll call you Bristols," he frothed into one blonde's ample chest, the earflaps on his fur-lined deerstalker hat going like Snoopy's ears during a particularly vivid dream about cats being put in wheelie bins.
Contract Awarded for Provide an advanced smoke ventilation system to Crest Nicholson Homes redevelopment of Bristols iconic Electricity House building, has been awarded to leading smoke and natural ventilation systems company, SE Controls.
It's like asking who would come out on top in a fight between Superman and Spiderman, whether you'd rather lose an arm or a leg or Kylie's botty versus Brook's Bristols.
Carolina is a premier coated bristols brand used in a variety of applications including greeting cards, book covers and marketing collateral.
He was confused and irritated by the fact that the country was full of places with the same name, chock-full of Franklins and Springfields and Bristols.
We have to be innovative if we are to compete against the Bristols and the Manchesters and the Londons of this world.
Coloccini reckons that his experiences grappling with the Doncasters and Bristols of the world has actually helped his cause in the Prem even now.
The 406 was an historic model from Bristol, because it set the scene for the beautiful Bristols of the 1970s and was the last model to use the BMW-based six-cylinder engine - a variation of the power unit that had been throbbing away under Bristol bonnets since the late 1940s.
No, they mean the perky, tanned Bristols of glamour models, TV presenters and actresses which grace the pages of most men's lifestyle magazines.
Then followed one of my favourite Bristols, the 403 which was produced between 1953 and 1955.
She had her bristols blown up, went to Hollywood - and worked in a shop.