[r-t] CCCBR Meeting
richard at grimmett.org
Tue May 31 22:04:50 UTC 2016
Does it open up the option of a record length of maor od 8! plus a bit?
On 31/05/2016 22:27, Alan Reading wrote:
> I don't think anyone has mentioned this yet on here? But assuming I have
> understood them correctly the new rules seem to allow for peal of the
> standard 41 to be rung atw in <5760.
> For example you could ring John Warboy's SU0721 (copied below) which
> contains all but Carlisle and Northumberland atw in 5040.
> Then ring the following 288 for an atw 5328:
> 288 Spliced S Minor
> 23456 Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl
> -42356 Nb Nb Nb Nb Nb
> -34256 Ak Nb
> Any advances on this?
> *5040 Spliced S. Minor (39 methods all the work)* *SU0721*
> *23456* Ro St Cm Yo
> s *24356* Sa Li
> s *42563* Bo Ws
> - 35426 Bv Ip Ne Du
> s *34526* Ke
> - 26534 Ch
> - 26345 Wo Nw Mu Ct Lo
> - 45326 We Co
> - 45263 We
> - 32456 Mo Wh Ak We
> - 43256 Lo Cu
> s *42356* Bk Su Pr Wk
> - 63425 Lf Ab Wm Hu No
> - 25463 Bc He Nf Bm Ad
> - *56342*
> Repeat 4 times.
> Contains all methods from the standard 41 except for Cl and Nb.
> All leads of Ad, Ch, Co, Cu, Du, Ke, Li, No, Wk, Ws and Yo are either
> bobbed or singled.
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