bell ringer

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Synonyms for bell ringer

a person who rings church bells (as for summoning the congregation)


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someone who plays musical handbells

something that exactly succeeds in achieving its goal

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Of these, a number were destroyed by Allied military action; see Price, Campanology, p.
Centenarian Ruth Pittham took up the art of campanology in her mid 20s and made her last visit to the ringing room at St Edith's when she was 80.
They want every church's campanology squad to be at full strength to send out a crescendo of noise to welcome in the next thousand years.
Marske vicar the Rev David Tembey presented a certificate of achievement to Saltburn WI president Anne Cowie to record the group's successful introduction to campanology.
The Johnny Murtaghtrained CAMPANOLOGY (6.45) couldn't get competitive in a 7f Royal Ascot handicap last time out but he had previously caught the eye with a strong finish over 1m at the Curragh.
The percentage call has to be to look to the remaining horses with favourable draws, and we come up with a shortlist of Dubawi Sound (drawn 29), Shamaal Nibras (24), Loving Spirit (25), Enrol (1), Lightning Cloud (32), Campanology (31), Nassau Storm (5) and Dream Tune (30).
Richard Senior, of Kirkheaton, was 81 and regarded as one of the finest exponents of the art of campanology in the region.
Without new replacement frames, bellringers say it is inevitable that the bells will become too tricky to ring and a bitter blow will be dealt to the disappearing art of campanology. Malvern's next generation of bell ringers will not be able to learn and practise the noble craft and another facet of traditional English town and village life will be consigned to the history books.
And taking first place in the four-hour campanology marathon was one of the home-teams from Hexham, with Whickham and the team from North Tyneside taking second and third place respectively.
Unless the work is carried out this year, the death knell could be sounding for the bells before next Christmas, bringing to an end a 300-year-old campanology tradition and making the village sadly quiet.
The Coventry diocese and the Guild of Bell Ringers have teamed up to offer two taster sessions in bell ringing, also known as campanology.
Billyford, Campanology, Captain Joy and Custom Cut have been tucked up away from the bright lights of Dundalk for as long as five months and are no bigger than 33-1 for Doncaster's seasonopening highlight on March 23.
In the world of bell-ringing (or campanology, if you prefer), a maximus is the method for producing 12 changes in note sequences.