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).
Fireworks new to the site will include 'The Windbell' which sends flashes of light into the sky and disperses like falling leaves that produce intensely bright light.
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.