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The existing bell, which is rung on all great occasions, was cast in 1505.
It is said that this Copland gave the great bell, which made the fifth in the ring, to be rung nightly at nine of the clock.
When this third hour had been bellowed away, and the bell had rung unheard the advent of a fourth—presto—in came Mons.
Rung, smiling and putting his finger tips together, replied, 'How does it happen that I know so much about you?'
THE ARGOSYVARIOUS
Had the bells been all of silver, rung by fairies, the notes could not have been sweeter.
Then the bell was rung, and I was told to go and find the young lady, and tell her she was wanted.
DEAD MAN'S LOVETOM GALLON
Double cyanide gauze, rung out of boric lotion and covered with a good supporting pad of cotton-wool, is then put on.
I lost my way in it, and rung a large bell that hung in the hall.
The knell of Spain had rung: her power, ruined on all sides, crumbled away in hands too feeble to hold it.
Finally, he is hissed and booed and, after he has made a dumb speech of farewell, the curtain is rung down.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.