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  • n. Plural form of campanologist.

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Examples

  • Handbell Ringers (or Campanologists) produced a whole family of real bells from under a form, and the ostler and the two women arranged a special table, and the campanologists fixed their bells on it and themselves round it, and performed a selection of Scotch and Irish airs, without once deceiving themselves as to the precise note which a chosen bell would emit when duly shaken.

    Clayhanger

  • These campanologists are said to be big mediums, and occasionally to be floated or otherwise spirited during their performances; but nothing abnormal occurred at the People's

    Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis

  • But campanologists have clashed with the conceptual artist and production company staging the event across the UK.

    BBC News - Home

  • If anyone can ring the bell for the Society, it is this group of intellectual campanologists.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Divers, climbers, wildlife lovers, and campanologists who like to ring the bells of the surprisingly large Gothic-style church of St Helena have been arriving in their droves even during the winter, when the place can be blasted by the wind, rain and sea salt.

    Travel news, travel guides and reviews | guardian.co.uk

  • And, as a member of a band of 24 keen campanologists dedicated to climbing the narrow stone spiral staircase to the Abbey bell tower on a weekly basis to practise ringing the bells,

    HX News and Sport

  • (Monday's photo) and during the evening when the campanologists do their practicing.

    Nottingham Daily Photo

  • There’s so much here that rings bells for me that it feels as though I’ve stumbled into a group of expert campanologists (if that’s the right word) My ears are still ringing (with delight, mainly)

    Reading Dangerously « Tales from the Reading Room

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