It cracked because the bell was rung so many times, that it broke.
The bell is rung. OR The bell was rung.
By whom the bell rung
An altar bell is a bell rung in the Roman Catholic church at significant times during the Mass.
Who rung the door bell, I rung his neck, I stepped on the ladder rung, Rung Forrest! Rung!
until rung, a bell is just an inanimate object ie: the bell only tolls when rung
No, it hasn't rung since 1843.
An angelus bell, in the Roman Catholic church, is a bell rung to show the time when the Angelus should be recited.
The example provided is a complex sentence because it contains one dependent clause (after it stopped raining) and one independent clause (The bell rung four times).
People hear nothing because it is no longer rung. The Liberty Bell is an actual bell. It was last rung on February 23, 1846. It is cracked and can no longer be rung.
You are requested to ring the school bell
A mandir bell is rung so that holy positive waves are spread through out the universe.
The bell was first rung to announce the opening of the First Continental Congress in 1774.
the bell rung indicating that church has started.
RUNG Examples : "The bell was rung every morning."
rung- I rung the door bell for 1 hr.
The Liberty Bell was last rung on George Washington's birthday; February 22, 1846; and it was at this ringing that the crack on the bell widened, placing it permanently out of commission. Since then, the bell has not been rung; but is ceremoniously tapped, every July 4th.
The liberty bell was last rung on george washingtons birthday the bell cracked beacause of so many times it was glued back together the crack on the bell repersents liberty and the pursuit of happines we are very honor to have the liberty bell to this day...
Nearly every bell in nearly every church in Rome is rung when a new pope is announced.
An alarm-bell is a bell which is rung to signal danger or emergency, or a bell which is rung at a pre-arranged time in order to mark a desired moment for performing an action such as waking up.
Historians believe the Liberty Bell was rung to summon citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. The bell was in the tower of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
the liberty bell was most importantly rung on July 4 to remind that slavery is free