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The end of a bell rope (below the sally). A tail is normally doubled by tucking itself back for a few feet, so that the length is adjustable.
A synthetic polyester fibre, obtained from petroleum. Used as a 'top end' for ropes because it is durable and does not feel stretchy to the ringer.
Three - Four down dodge
Three - Four Up Dodge
Long bolts used to stabilise and tie together wooden headstocks.
The bell with the highest note in a ring of bells (usually also the lightest bell).
Treble based rules
Also known as treble signposts, this is ringing a method by watching the position of the treble. As an example, when ringing plain bob doubles, a ringer might be prompted to make seconds whenever they hunt to the front of the change and the treble is leading. They might be reminded to do a 3-4 down dodge after passing the treble at the back.
Three dodges rung consecutively