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On the following diagram, H = handstroke and B= backstroke. What type of six is this?
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On the following diagram, H = handstroke and B= backstroke. What type of six is this?
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The bell in blue would be said to be:
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The slow work in Stedman is the same for every stage (i.e. it is the same work for Stedman Doubles as it is for Stedman Triples, Caters, Cinques and beyond...)
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The slow work is made up of 4 pieces of work. What is the correct order?
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The first whole turn in Stedman begins with the bell leading full (2 blows). Is it:
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The point lead at the first half turn is at which stroke?
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In a plain course, a bell that has just completed the slow work will always go in quick next time
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Calls in Stedman never affect what a bell is doing on the front
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In this image, you can see:
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In this image, you can see:
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In Triples, a call affects the bells in positions 5, 6 and 7. If you were ringing Cinques (11 bells), what positions would a call affect?
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