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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.

ring

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Subliminally down the years, those real Westminster chimes had clearly provided a comforting link back to those happy childhood days, which is why I felt a sense of real sadness this week - but my parents' old clock is still in the loft, almost demanding its place back on the mantelpiece.
Regardless of chime, to rule time, Is up to higher powers.
FCE and BCG jointly pledged $330,000 to the foundation in 2009, and in the pledge noted that an "additional $55,000 will be paid for a one-year option of continuing benefit services to our Chimes partner.
Bussone and Lampner allegedly solicited FCE and BCG to make donations to The Chimes Foundation, a charitable fundraising arm of Chimes International LTD.
He said: "We made an enquiry with the town council about whether, for the comfort and wellbeing of myself and the hotel guests, it might be possible to either damp down or switch off the town clock during the night which chimes on the hour throughout the night.
He added these uniquely designed beautiful LED illuminated doorbell, door chimes are ideal for night-lighting a hallway for safety or to add a touch of elegant daytime illumination.
It's a normal chime of a clock which people get used to and we would miss it terribly at night if it was silenced "The woman doesn't realise the feeling of the town I don't think.
These chimes are not the only offenders which ruin the peace of suburbia, particularly at weekends.
Clr Cahal Burke, a long term supporter of the group, added: "I agree entirely with Ann, isolation among older residents is far too common and more groups like Chimes are needed across Kirklees.
As a parish councillor and a father of two young children who are always asleep in bed by 7pm, I contacted Chorley Council for clarification on chime times.
And councillors argued the noise from hundreds of chimes ruined funerals.
High Chimes, ridden by Cowbridge's James Tudor, came home at 14-1 to set Welsh racing fans cheering.