Simon J. Gay
Simon.Gay at glasgow.ac.uk
Tue Jul 5 22:06:03 UTC 2011
A point of terminology. Don's original question mentioned principles, but all of the examples we have discussed are differentials. I took it for granted that an answer to Don's question would be a differential, because in a principle the number of leads in a course is the same as the number of bells, all of the bells ring all of the place bells and therefore do the same work (which was Josy's argument, I think).
Ander's example is nice. It seems to have a winking-like character, doesn't it?
On 5 Jul 2011, at 22:48, "Graham John" <graham at changeringing.co.uk<mailto:graham at changeringing.co.uk>> wrote:
This is the line for Ander's differential to save people having to draw it.
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