bell

(from the article `sound`) ...is the reason why the musical instruments that have developed over the past millennium of Western history are limited to those with either ...
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Bell

(from the article `typography`) ...and functional. Among these types were Garamond, based upon a 17th-century French letter (see above); Bembo, after an Aldine roman; Centaur, an ...
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bell

[n] - (nautical) each of the eight half-hour units of nautical time signaled by strokes of a ship`s bell 2. [n] - the shape of a bell 3. [n] - English painter 4. [n] - American inventor of the telephone (1847-1922) 5. [n] - the sound of a bell 6. [n] - the flared opening of a tubular device 7. [n] - a hollow device ma...
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Bell

• (n.) That part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital. • (v. i.) To develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom; as, hops bell. • (n.) The strikes of the bell which mark ...
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Bell

Alexander Melville Bell noun a phonetician and father of Alexander Graham Bell (1819-1905)
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bell

toll noun the sound of a bell being struck; `saved by the bell`; `she heard the distant toll of church bells`
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Bell

(Gong) A device used in boxing to audibly signify the beginning and ending of each round.
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bell

(instrument) Musical instrument, made in many sizes, comprising a suspended resonating vessel swung by a handle or from a pivoted frame to make contact with a beater which hangs inside the bell. Church bells are among the most massive structures to be cast in bronze in one piece; from high...
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Bell

[crater] The outer wall of Bell has been worn, eroded, and somewhat reshaped by subsequent impacts. The satellite crater Bell Q lies across the southwest rim, and smaller craters lie across the rim to the north and the east. The interior floor is relatively level, and marked by the crater Bell E which is offset to the east of the midpoint. ...
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Bell

[cyclecar] The Bell was a British 3-wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by W.G. Bell of Rochester, Kent. The car was a three-wheeler with the single wheel at the front and was powered by a JAP or Precision engine. The cars were advertised, but it is not certain that series production ever started. ...
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Bell

[instrument] A bell (old Saxon: bellan, to bawl or bellow) is a simple sound-making device. The bell is a percussion instrument and an idiophone. Its form is usually a hollow, cup-shaped acoustic resonator, which vibrates upon being struck. The striking implement can be a tongue suspended within the bell, known as a clapper, a separate mall...
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Bell

[Kent cricketer] Penguin cover for The Outward Urge by John Wyndham ...
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Bell

[school] A bell is a signal in a school that tells the students when it is time to go to class in the morning and when it is time to change classes during the day as well as when students are dismissed from school. Typically the first bell tells the students that it is time to report to class and the bell that occurs shortly after that mean...
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Bell

[typeface] Bell (sometimes known as John Bell) is an old stype serif typeface designed in 1788 by Richard Austin; it is considered an early example of the Scotch Roman style. After a short initial period of popularity, the face fell into disuse until it was revived in the 1930s, after which it enjoyed an enduring acceptance as a text face. ...
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Bell

Bell Bottomed TrousersThe uniform trousers of a seaman of height about 5ft 10ins measure 25 inches round the bottom. It is said that the practice of making sailors' trousers very full arose from the days when the men made their own clothes, when they found it easier and less wasteful of material to use the full width of the material. A bolt ...
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Bell

Bell intransitive verb To develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom; as, hops bell .
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Bell

Bell noun [ Anglo-Saxon belle , from bellan to bellow. See Bellow .] 1. A hollow metallic vessel, usually shaped somewhat like a cup with a flaring mouth, containing a clapper or tongue, and giving forth a ringing sound on being struck. » Bells have been made of vario...
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Bell

Bell transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Belled ; present participle & verbal noun Belling .] To put a bell upon; as, to bell the cat. 2. To make bell-mouthed; as, to bell a tube.
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bell

1. A hollow metallic vessel, usually shaped somewhat like a cup with a flaring mouth, containing a clapper or tongue, and giving forth a ringing sound on being struck. ... Bells have been made of various metals, but the best have always been, as now, of an alloy of copper and tin. The Liberty Bell, the famous bell of the Philadelphia State House, w...
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Bell

A bell is a hollow, somewhat cup-shaped, sounding instrument of metal. The metal from which bells are usually made (by founding) is an alloy, called bell-metal, commonly composed of eighty parts of copper and twenty of tin. The proportion of tin varies, however, from one-third to one-fifth of the weight of the copper, according to the sound require...
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BELL

A bell that is rung in the home straight to warn drivers they are about to commence the final lap of the race.
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Bell

A smooth sided large stone, shaped like a bell, which could fall from the roof without warning.
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Bell

Bell is British slang for a telephone call.
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Bell

Bell, city (1990 pop. 34,365), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1927. It is chiefly residential, with printing, metal fabrication, and the manufacture of industrial machinery and lighting fixtures.
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bell

bell, in music, a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow metal vessel, often cup-shaped with an outward-flaring rim, damped at one end and set into vibration by a blow from a clapper within or from a hammer without.A portable set of bells, usually not more than 15 in number, tuned to the inter...
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