[r-t] 5040 Surprise Minor by Roger Bailey

James Smith james.smith5040 at gmail.com
Tue May 13 10:14:27 UTC 2014

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> Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 09:15:41 +0100
> From: "Graham John" <graham at changeringing.co.uk>
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> Subject: Re: [r-t] 5040 Surprise Minor by Roger Bailey
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> ... It would be helpful
> coin a name for the property of a method that does not have an equal number
> of positive and negative rows in its plain course. The property could then
> be included in collections to help highlight this. Any suggestions for an
> appropriate name? "Charged" perhaps, or is that not obvious enough?
I rang a couple of Alliance Minor methods (Castlereagh and Godspeed) that
similarly have an uneven distribution of +ve and -ve rows when the treble
is in 5-6.  They are annotated in the CC Collection as 'Unusual falseness'
to warn the unwary.


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