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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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In chapter three, Bridger reviews this history of Arabic Christian theological arguments about the nature of God and revelation.
Bridger's earnings bolstered Ferrellgas' overall results in the most recent quarter as the propane retailer suffered narrower margins following lower commodity prices and weaker demand.
"When he has told me about the ghosts, Bridger has been visibly upset."
In a book extract published in the Mail On Sunday, Paul remembers how Coral blanched as prosecutor Elwen Evans described how, in the days before April went missing on October 1, 2012, Bridger had been searching the internet for content related to child sex abuse and murder.
It was originally thought that Bridger's appeal bid would be heard by leading judges at the Court of Appeal in London on January 24.
The Jones family said they continue to feel "tortured" by Bridger even after his conviction.
Jonathan Sharp, prosecuting, said: "He said that Bridger's crime had been discussed, and he claimed people had suggested that if Bridger was attacked, rather than say befriended, Bridger would then be more likely to reveal where April Jones's body was."
Bridger, who is serving a life sentence, was slashed across the face with a makeshift blade by a fellow inmate at HMP Wakefield on Sunday, it has been reported.
Mark Bridger is still a young man and in his Jones' Mark case life will mean life.
Bridger, who it is believed modelled himself on Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman's killer, will be forced to spend the full life sentence handed down in Mold Crown Court last week for up to 23 hours a day alone in his cell.
"There are a number of factors in Bridger's background which are unusual," Dr David Wilson, who previously worked as a prison governor, said.

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