[r-t] Consultation

Ted Steele teds.bells at tesco.net
Sun Apr 9 23:50:07 UTC 2017

On 09/04/2017 19:58, Alan Burlison wrote:

> "A method is said to have Plain Bob-type lead-heads if (it can be started
> from a change such that) the treble leads at the lead-end changes, and
> the lead-heads and lead-end rows all occur in a course of Plain Bob."
Strange; is that really what it says? Surely the reference should be to 
the plain course of Plain Bob. And the bit I have bracketed seems 
totally unnecessary.


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