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The earliest hog ringers were plier-like tools that pierced the hog's snout.
Ringers are usually protected from the noise by having a room between them and the bells.
Andy Lansberry, a bell ringer at All Saints for 10 years, was the volunteer victim who was strapped into a harness and rigged up to safety ropes.
Judge Ringer acted yesterday after being told by defence lawyers that the president had refused to appear voluntarily in the court to testify on behalf of the former aides.
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.
I would have to give up a lot of things that are really important to me to become a county commissioner," Ringer acknowledges.
Since the arrival of Cory Harris this season, Ringer has failed to nail down a first team place.
Respected for his previous work on education and society in Europe and especially in Germany, Ringer executes his new project with aplomb.
I had to try and find something that was interesting to me - and the audience," she says In Ringer, she plays recovering alcoholic Bridget who takes on the identity of her twin sister Siobhan, only to discover that her life is darker than she ever imagined.
It should come as little surprise that The Ringer is executive produced by Peter and Bobby Farrelly, who shattered taboos with their comedies There's Something About Mary, Shallow Hal and Stuck On You.