The bell that will peal at the end of Sunday's ceremony was salvaged from the ship and usually sits in the foyer of Forum North.
Again, a peal of laugher erupted from the man beside him.
The Anglican Cathedral has the longest nave, largest organ and heaviest and highest peal of bells in the world.
The bell rings its monotonous peal of imprisonment, mocking us for being forced to follow its commands.
The enemy, hearing the sudden peal , concluded that the Austrian army had arrived during the night to defend the town.
the bell rang again, a long, loud peal
The bells of the world's only glass and steel belltower will peal for the longest time ever to celebrate the life of a cancer victim.
My question was answered when the peal of distant bells rang through the misty woods.
As the organist plays the Prelude and Fugue in E Flat by Bach, the bells of the Abbey will be rung half-muffled to a peal of Stedman Caters, comprising 5101 changes.
For the last 107 years, the passing of every quarter of an hour has been marked by a peal of bells at a South Yorkshire church.