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hand bell

n.
A small bell having a handle, especially one of a set of bells tuned to different pitches and used in musical performance.
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And there were also disturbing sounds by this time--voices, footsteps for- ward; the steward flitted along the main-deck, a busily ministering spirit; a hand bell tinkled urgently under the poop deck....
He will drop in on 30 churches, ring a hand bell when he is there and take a selfie photograph to prove that he made it.
In her spare time she enjoys volunteering in her local community, knitting, and is the hand bell director of several choirs.
174848205 Ringing for success CLIFTON Hand Bell Ringers rang their way to success in the Mrs Sunderland Musical Competition at Huddersfield Polytechnic in 1987.
As they began carrying out "blindfold breaks," in which the strikers have to hit the targets only by hand bell sound, the mood changed.
There will be seasonal sounds from the St Barnabas Hand Bell Ringers, choir Divertimento and costumed Tudor musicians.
The Geordie tradition always takes place on June 9, and the starter also uses the hand bell mentioned in the song, brought under guard from The Discovery Museum, before runners head "alang Collingwood Street" on their way to Scotswood Road and Scotswood Bridge to finish in Blaydon.
Each music therapy kit includes: one Xylophone, one Maraca, one Set of Castanets, one Mini Rainbow Shaker, one Hand bell Set, one Classical Violin, one Interactive Drum, one Music Maker, one Button Click Switch, and one New Music Therapist's Handbook by Suzanne Hanser.
Runners assemble at Balmbra's pub - just as the travellers to see the Blaydon horse races did in 1862 - and are started on their run with the hand bell mentioned in the song, brought out, under guard, from the Discovery Museum, Newcastle.
Paul was left in a bed surrounded by medical supplies, with an old-fashioned hand bell to ring if he needed help, his antibiotic drip hanging from the light fitting.
Runners assemble at Balmbra's pub in Newcastle -- just as the travellers to see the Blaydon horse races did in 1862 -- and are started on their run with the actual hand bell mentioned in the song, brought out, under guard, from the Discovery Museum, Newcastle.