[r-t] Multiple consecutive blows.

Robert Bennett rbennett at woosh.co.nz
Thu Oct 16 19:30:49 UTC 2014

	could expect to see the following methods admitted to more often: 

	Churchyard Bob Minor: 123456.123456.123456.123456... 

	Bagpipe Triples: 3678.1678.5678.1678.5678.1678.5678.1678.5678.1678 

	 not to mention the slightly more conventional Darling Point Doubles
and Slough Big Bob.

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 From:ringing-theory at bellringers.net
Sent:Wed, 15 Oct 2014 16:44:15 +0100
Subject:Re: [r-t] Multiple consecutive blows.

On 15 Oct 2014, at 15:27, Tim Barnes  wrote:
> The next one, #4, is
> the restriction of no more than 4 consecutive blows in the same

> What do people think?

Can't see any earthly reason to limit it to 4 blows, nor to set any
absolute limit. I would, however, suggest that all bells must move at
least once over the course of a lead so you can't explicitly put in a
cover bell to an existing method and claim a new one (unless you undid
the movement with a call each lead) Admittedly that restriction
doesn't necessarily sit well with dixonoids or cylindrical.


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