windbell

windbell

(ˈwɪndˌbɛl)
n
a bell forming part of a set of wind chimes
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The center's journal Windbell describes the situation candidly: "The precipitating event which brought this about was his [Baker's] relationship with a married resident woman student, and the upset which this caused for those principally involved, and for others in the community who knew about it" (2).
2 I am using Gudo Nishijima and Chodo Cross's translation, Master Dogen's Shobogenzo (Surrey: Windbell Publications, 1994).
Additional sets of large and small bronze Cosanti windbells were provided by donors to fill the tower.
Clarice Cliff as usual produced some exceptional results with a Coral Firs advertising plaque selling for pounds 999 and a windbells pattern teapot selling for pounds 494.