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“Maybe we should be handing money to the bell-ringers, directly.”
“Unfortunately it also carried a terrible toll on the bell-ringers.”
“Interviewed recently at the Mercer Foundation's dentist office-like headquarters on East 48th Street, he said, When I'm asked to 'explain' cabaret, I say it could be anything, even Swiss bell-ringers, ice skaters, or jugglers.”
“Target announced this week that Salvation Army bell-ringers will no longer be allowed in front of their stores during the holiday season.”
“Every week, teams of bell-ringers converge on the ancient church here, drawn to its unusual 10 bells.”
“Sure, dropping a dollar or some coins in the buckets of bell-ringers for the Salvation Army, or to the man with his sign on the street corner is the 'decent' thing to do -- but it just never seemed 'enough.”
“Here, for example, is the top floor, before you climb to the rooftop where the bell-ringers stand:”
“If you look closely, you may see that there is one notch, followed by two notches, followed by three, and so on: the wheel is actually a great cam, which moves the bell-ringers to ring the appropriate number of times.”
“(The last president you wrote about who wouldn't grant an audience was Nixon, and, of course, you and Carl notched a few historic bell-ringers back then.)”
“An electronic carillon, imported from Italy and similar to the one used in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, has been installed within its structure to reproduce Christmas carols with bells played manually by professional bell-ringers.”
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