[r-t] Non-method blocks question

Graham John graham at changeringing.co.uk
Mon Apr 4 23:52:21 UTC 2016

Don wrote:

> I believe the only two kinds of things that I'd call methods but that the
Council calls "non-method blocks" are (a) those that are false in their
plain courses; and/or (b) those that are on five or more bells and have
more than four consecutive blows in one place. Is that it? Are there any
other ways a method-like entity can fail, in the Council's view, to be a
method but still be a non-method block?

Methods with a single lead course.

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