[r-t] bits and pieces

Graham John graham at changeringing.co.uk
Sun Jul 27 14:37:34 UTC 2008

Don wrote:

> While on the subject, where in the Decisions is the prohibition
> against such methods? I just looked, and was unable to find it.

E.A.1(b) A method is defined by the places made between successive rows of
its plain course, which shall be a true round block, divisible into equal
parts which are called leads. Starting the plain course from a different
change does not give a different method.


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