Bells

Electric bell or tone sounded in all front of house areas to warn the audience that the performance is about to begin or resume.

BElls

The BElls is a musical instrument sold since 2009. The appearance of the BElls could be described as looking like a UFO, with two metal dishes joined together to create a Helmholtz resonance. It is manufactured by Luis Eguiguren in Castro Urdiales, Cantabria, north Spain using the trade mark BEllArt. ==Playing style== It is played with the hands a...
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Bells

[Blackadder] The episode also marks the first appearance of the Bob/Kate and Flashheart archetypes that appear again in Blackadder Goes Forth. Rik Mayall, who played Lord Flashheart, allegedly designed the character`s costume himself. John Lloyd has said that Mayall virtually rewrote his part to feature `loads of jokes`, which annoyed the w...
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Bells

[time] Taras Shevchenko monument in Buenos Aires, Argentina ...
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bells

bells A peal of bells.
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Bells

Bells are used for clearing, protection and activation. Hang bells from an entrance door to `announce` anyone entering. Bells have been used throughout history as harbingers of news. Not only will it announce people but the beautiful sounds will attract pleasant feelings and represent further beauty within one`s homes and environment.
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Bells

Bells is British slang for Annabel's nightclub.
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Bells

Exactly that: small bells attached to the bird's tarsus, tail, or around the neck. The benefit of this is to be able to hear the bird when she is in trees hidden by leaves or on the ground on quarry hidden by brush.
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Bells

On ships, bells is the term used for the strokes of the ship's bell that proclaim the hours. Eight bells, the highest number, are rung at noon and every fourth hour afterwards, i.e. at 4, 8, 12 o'clock, and so on. The intermediary periods are indicated thus: 12:30, one bell; 1 o'clock, 2 bells; 1:30, 3 bells, etc, until the eight bells announce 4 o...
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