Ringing may mean:
- Ringing (signal), unwanted oscillation of a signal, leading to ringing artifacts;
- Ringing (medicine), a ringing sound in the ears;
- Bird ringing, using numbered small metal leg rings to track birds;
- Ringing (telephony), the sound of a telephone bell
- Ringing, (vehicle), the illegal practice of stealing a vehicle and replacing its identification number with that of another vehicle of the same model which has been a write off.
Other articles related to "ringing":
... In Catalonia, the regulation of scientific bird ringing correspond to the Minister of the Environment and Housing, which delegates the management and coordination to the ICO ... Within the ICO, the Office of Catalan ringing integrates these functions and centralizes the information collected during more than 25 years of ... The scientific ringing of birds is one of the main activities of the ICO ...
... Change ringing software encompasses the several different types of software in use today in connection with change ringing ...
... The bells naturally sound very loud inside the ringing chamber (from where the bells are rung) to combat this the bells are permanently fitted with leather muffles on both sides of the clapper ... When ringing the bells they have a strange sound because of this almost as if they are ringing inside a large tank of water ...
... Method ringing (also known as scientific ringing) is a form of change ringing (the practice of ringing a series of mathematical permutations on tuned bells, rather than a melody) ... In method ringing, the ringers are guided from permutation to permutation by following a specific algorithm, called a method ...
... The Cathedral band also ring at Hillandale, some 10 km from Grahamstown, where there is a light-weight ring of four bells at the Monastery of the Order of the Holy Cross that was installed in 1999 ... Ringing there is under the direction of the Cathedral Ringing Master ...
Famous quotes containing the word ringing:
“One dreadful sound could the Rover hear,
A sound as if, with the Inchcape Bell,
The Devil below was ringing his knell.”
—Robert Southey (17741843)
“When we reached the lake, about half past eight in the evening, it was still steadily raining, and harder than before; and, in that fresh, cool atmosphere, the hylodes were peeping and the toads ringing about the lake universally, as in the spring with us. It was as if the season had revolved backward two or three months, or I had arrived at the abode of perpetual spring.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Not in vain the distance beacons. Forward let us range,
Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves of
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)