bell punch

bell punch

n
a machine that issues or stamps a ticket, etc, ringing a bell as it does so
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Businessman Nathan Bell punched Craig Timmins just once after invited him outside the Fox and Goose pub, in Greets Green Road, West Bromwich, on the evening of April 5 last year.
Bell punched a corner to the edge of the box and Rankin met it perfectly with his left peg, his shot almost ripping the net out.
While Bell punched gloves with Morgan at the other end thinking that the ball had crossed the boundary, Mukund gently dislodged the bails.
In the 4x100 relay, Willamette's Jon Hartman, Steve Vedder, Adam Turner and Dylan Bell punched a ticket to the state meet by winning in 43.57, six-hundredths of a second ahead of South Eugene.
But Cable's father told the court his son had once suffered a broken nose after Ms Bell punched him in a row.
The barrister said Mr Bell punched Patrick and the defendant, seeing the punch, got involved and punched Mr Bell hard enough to split his lower lip, cause heavy facial bruising and to knock him to the ground, causing his skull to hit the pavement with a loud crack.