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  • n. See under Bell.

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  • n. the bell of Independence Hall; rung 8 July 1776 to announce the signing of the Declaration of Independence

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Examples

  • A few blocks away from the Liberty Bell is the Betsy Ross House.

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  • As millions know, to see the Liberty Bell is a moving experience.

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  • This bell, known as the Liberty Bell since about 1839, was rung July 8, 1776, with other church bells, announcing the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

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  • It was first printed in a collection called The Liberty Bell, for sale at the Boston National Anti-slavery Bazaar of 1848.

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  • A multimillionaire who started with little more than the change in his pocket, Vento, 71, built his Geno's Steaks into an institution nearly as well known as the Liberty Bell.

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  • The first proper slot machine - oddly enough, called the Liberty Bell - was devised in the late 19th century in California (it was banned there three years later).

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  • The house is just steps away from the Liberty Bell, which is one of the most famous emblems of the American Revolution.

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  • • The Cracked Bell Ends (after the crack in the Liberty Bell, which is located in the city) • The Brother Lovers (because everybody in Philly is gay) • The Santa Haters (because Eagles fans once allegedly threw snowballs at Santa)

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  • Symbols • The Liberty Bell is a symbol of our country's independence from England.

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  • Establishing a new, more modern economic system True or false: The Liberty Bell is the Libertarian Party's official logo.

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