[r-t] 5088 Uxbridge etc

Jim Clatworthy jim at clat.wanadoo.co.uk
Tue Dec 4 17:38:23 UTC 2007

The method I'm working with has B D K falseness between M and W so Jenner's
doesn't go.
I was looking for a very simple alternative which I think I've got!


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Subject: Re: [r-t] 5088 Uxbridge etc

In a message dated 03/12/2007 21:01:59 GMT Standard Time,
jim at clat.wanadoo.co.uk writes:

While looking for a comp for an Uxbridge variation (yes there are some
left...) I came up with the following simple 5088 3 part

S3 s5 H 
B H 
M B W H 
M B W H 
M s3 s5 
M s3 s5 W H 

I've looked around a bit but cannot find it published. 

Does anyone recognize it? 

Thanks.   Jim 

I recognise it in so far as its a 3 part, 144 crus, good balance of s3s5
versus Befores and at least 2 full courses per part.   Whilst not having
seen your comp I have one waiting for my next peal of Uxbridge which is very
similar and has 2 less Bobs per part viz:
h,bw,s3s5h,s3s5w,bw2h,bw,s3s5h,mbwh.    Can you get less than 16 bobs per


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