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IN the late 1950s if you saw the 'hole-in-the-wall' grille of a Bristol looming large in your rear view mirror it was time to move over unless you were driving something fast and exotic.
The very name Bristol City is the meat and drink of Daily Sport writers in particular.
Wakey, wakey dozy, it's Bristol City who we've already played this season.
The cream on the scone, so to speak, is that few have heard of the Bristol and fewer still seen one.
Although a Thames-style 'Floating Harbour' waterway cuts through the centre of Bristol more obviously than our canal network, the two cities have a great deal in common.
Thales Halcyon autonomous vessel will play a key role, as will a drone system under development by the University of Bristols Dr Tom Richardson, and the six-legged crawling repair robot BladeBUG, invented by entrepreneur Chris Cieslak.
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.
Then followed one of my favourite Bristols, the 403 which was produced between 1953 and 1955.
"It is mainly clubs who have wealthy backers that have survived and done well whilst the Bristols and the Leeds, clubs who don't have that, are yo-yoing between the divisions."
The mill's bristols production, used for products such as index cards and file folders, will be shifted to other mills in the International Paper system.
He said: "She was wearing just a hula skirt and bells on her Bristols."
That was the day Richthofen led a flight down on to six Bristols that were making a debut operation.