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  • Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
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  • ...tly, the main thrust of this development has come from Professor Alexander Holroyd, working out of his Vancouver lair. The Professor (one of the few ringers ==1) Jump Stedman - Ander Holroyd - First rung September 2008==
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  • ...a direct analogue of the 54-part peals of Caters developed by me and Ander Holroyd in early 2003. In fact, looking at Richard’s website, it looks like Bria ==6) Innovative original triples – Ander Holroyd (peal attempted 2007)==
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  • ==6) MUG minor – Ander Holroyd – First rung November 2004== ...his. Following a long discussion on this list in the autumn of 2004, Ander Holroyd managed to put together the following:
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  • ==1) 54-part Erin Caters – Ander Holroyd – rung May 2003 / November 2004==
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  • ==7) “Winking up” – Ander Holroyd / Adam Shepherd – August 2000==
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  • ==4) 40320 Spliced TD major (4-360m) - Ander Holroyd - composed September 2004== Ander Holroyd changed all that in 2004, producing clever extents first in 4 methods (incl
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