This is a principle in which all the bells do the same work.
The work consists of the quick work, the slow work and dodging in 4-5 and 6-7 in between. The quick work is to leave 4-5 down, hunt down to the front, lead full and hunt back up to 4-5 up.
The slow work is to leave 4-5 down, make thirds on the way in,
In between the quick work and the slow work and between the slow work and the quick work double dodge 4-5 up, double dodge 6-7 up, lie, double dodge 6-7 down and double dodge 4-5 down.
Unless affected by a call you go in slow if you came out quick and vice versa.
Calls 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.
You go into the front work the opposite way to which you came out unless you are in 6-7 when an odd number of bobs were called. If you are in 6-7 when a bob is called it is safer to mentally change the way which you are going to go in rather than to count the bobs to see if they were odd or even.
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