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campanology

the art or skill of ringing bells musically
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During the bell ringing event at PSE Ayala, PSE chairman Jose Pardo said the exchange would be starting a new journey next week at its new office.
Virginia Crompton, of the community interest company Big Ideas who is leading the New Year call for bell ringers, said: "If you want to feel part of your local community, bell ringing could be for you.
Bills introduced during the sitting that sparked much debate and bell ringing were:
The CSE in keeping with the tradition followed by many of its peer exchanges globally will open trading with the formal bell ringing ceremony on the first day of trading for all new companies listing on the CSE and at other special events, such as yesterday.
Mr Grimmett, who learned how to ring at a church in Handsworth, immediately dismisses the notion that bell ringing must require a musical background.
Gay, who has taken Egyptian dance lessons too, recalled: "Once I was supposed to be performing live, but the dates were changed and it clashed with a bell ringing rendition so I had to cancel it.
To the untrained eye, bell ringing looks easy enough, but it's much more than just pulling on a rope.
What's more, he is celebrating ringing his first quarter peal on 10 bells - a continuous piece of bell ringing lasting 45 minutes that many adult bell ringers fail to accomplish.
The bell ringing will be repeated throughout 2011 to commemorate significant events, such as a Rededication Service set for April 10.
Mr Griffin said yesterday: "A bell ringing is a very harsh sound.
I was delighted they could get the bell ringing again and evict the pigeons once and for all.