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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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They will join Merseyside's own musicians, the Maghull Parish Handbell Ringers, who were formed in 1983.
Just three days remained before Bev was due to marry Robin Haggerty at All Saints Church at Chilvers Coton, Nuneaton - and local campanologist, Jonathan Tallis, from the Coventry Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers, was roped in to help.
Vicki Walker, prosecuting at Bridgend magistrates' court, said police saw Ringer driving a Renault Scenic along the A473 in Bridgend while talking on the phone.
Donna Fish, a commentator on the Huffington Post, said Ringer was skinny by most people's standards and that women who saw her on television "were desperately searching for a sign of, well, her fat.
The for new Local bell ringers were on hand to demonstrate their craft and to explain how they are able to move the eight bells.
Ringer said attendees can learn to clarify their intentions and manage their responses and actions to difficult situations.
In agreeing to the defence motion for the subpoena, Judge Ringer cited as legal basis an 1807 case involving Vice-President Aaron Burr, who was eventually tried for treason.
As a guest artist herself, Ringer has performed with Northeast Ballet in Schenectady, New York; Chamber Ballet in Williamsburg, Virgiuia; and Dances Patrelle in New York City.
To me, that would get tiring," said Tony Mabbutt, a second-year bell ringer with the Salvation Army who mans the Fred Meyer store in Santa Clara.
Boyce Ringer, 75, went to pick up Rebecca Ringer, 53, on Thursday afternoon, according to the man's other daughter, Jenny Ringer.