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ringer

1. a quoit thrown so as to encircle a peg
2. such a throw
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"We have six bells in the tower and in those days it was a great honour to be a bell ringer. If you missed more than one Sunday a month you were asked to leave the Society and there were fines for being late.
The appeal from the two parish churches is for people to join in the project and become a bell ringer today in and Bernard Smith on 01509 768099 are contacts for anyone wishing to; have more information.
Tokyo Consulting, acting on behalf of Ringer Hut, recently wrote to the Securities and Exchange Commission expressing intention to set up a local joint venture of which the Japanese company will own 40 percent while Filipino entities will own 60 percent.
Governor Scott Walker appointed Tiffany Ringer today as the Register of Deeds for Wood County.
"Bell towers are commonly found in churches, but you don't have to go to church to become a bell ringer.
Less than a week after the announcement of his new sports website, the Ringer, former Grantland editor-in-chief and ex-ESPN star Bill Simmons now has a new business partner -- Medium, according a report Monday night from (http://www.businessinsider.com/bill-simmons-medium-2016-2) Business Insider .
Never again will you forget to turn your ringer back on.
Crime writer Tony Black's revenge tragedy The Ringer is moving from page to stage in what has been dubbed the world's first Tartan Noir play at Ayr's Gaiety Theatre this week.
Today, bestselling crime writer Tony Black talks to us about the upcoming play based on his gritty novel The Ringer.
RingSmart is a ground breaking ringer control app designed for Android device users with the ability to set ringer volumes and vibration based on locations, time of day and by specific days of the week.
Dancing Through It: My Journey in the Ballet comes from a principal dancer in the New York City Ballet, and provides a powerful memoir of how dancer Jenifer Ringer became a professional ballerina and participated in the New York City Ballet for over twenty years.
It was shown to be passive in simulated physiological solutions, such as Ringer's solution [4,10,12,16], Hank solutions [8,13-15], artificial saliva [9], and phosphate-buffered saline solution (PBS) [5-7], but active in hydrochloric acid solutions [4].