This is a principle in which all the bells do the same work.
It is similar to Stedman Triples but there is only one front work.
The front work is to leave 4-5 down, make thirds on the way in,
Some ringers refer to the first part of the front work as "two and a penny" and the last part as "one and tuppence" to remind themselves of the order of the two blows and the one blow at lead.
After the front work double dodge 4-5 up, double dodge 6-7 up, lie, double dodge 6-7 down and double dodge 4-5 down.
Unlike Stedman the start occurs at the end of the double dodging.
The calls are the same as Stedman Triples and affect the bells which are dodging 4-5 up and 6-7 up and down and are called near the end of the double dodge.
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