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Bell may refer to: Contents 1 Sound and music, 2 Signals, 3 Businesses 3.1 Telecommunications, 3.2 Other business, , 4 Transportation, 5 Places 5.1 Australia, 5.2 Canada, 5.3 Germany, 5.4 South Africa, 5.5 Uganda, 5.6 United Kingdom, 5.7 United States, 5.8 Outer space, , 6 Other uses, 7 See also, Sound and music: Bell (instrument), a percussion instrument, usually cup-shaped, Bell (wind instrument), a part of a wind instrument., Bell cymbal, a type of cymbal, tending to be thick and uniformly so, and small, Cymbal bell, the most central part of a cymbal, Bell effect, a musical technique, Signals: Bell (school), a signal used for transitions during a school day, Church bell, indicating when to go to church, Doorbell, a signaling device to alert residents to visitors, Division bell, used in a parliament to call members to a vote, Last call bell, a signal that a bar is closing soon, Ship's bell, a signal for marking time on a ship, A signal from an engine order telegraph, a communications device used on a ship or submarine, Businesses: Telecommunications: Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell, AT&T Bell Laboratories, a former research & development subsidiary of AT&T, Bell Aliant, a communications company providing services in eastern Canada, Bell Atlantic, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the mid-Atlantic US, merged in 2000 with GTE to form Verizon, Bell Canada, a Canadian telecommunications company, Bell Communications Research, Inc., a research & development organization, originally a joint subsidiary of the Regional Bell Operating Companies, since renamed to Telecordia Technologies, Inc. and now a subsidiary of Ericsson, Bell Labs, a research & development organization founded by AT&T, now a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, Bell Media, a Canadian media company, operated by Bell Canada, Bell Mobility, a wireless network selling services in Canada, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, a former research & development joint subsidiary of AT&T and Western Electric, Bell System, the organization that provided telephone service in the United States until 1984, Bell Telephone Company, founded in 1877 by the family of Alexander Graham Bell, Bell TV, a division of Bell Canada, Illinois Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving Illinois, Indiana Bell, the Bell Operating Company serving Indiana, Michigan Bell, the subsidiary of AT&T serving the state of Michigan, Mountain Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the US Rocky Mountain region, Nevada Bell, the Bell System's telephone provider in Nevada, New Jersey Bell, (1904-1983), Northwestern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the North Central and Northwestern US, Ohio Bell, the Bell Operating Company serving most of Ohio, Pacific Bell, the name of the Bell System's telephone operations in California, Regional Bell Operating Company, any of the phone companies spun off from AT&T in 1984, South Central Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the South-Central US, Southern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the Southeastern US, Southwestern Bell, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas, Wisconsin Bell, (1984-1999), Other business: Bell Aircraft, an aircraft manufacturer of the United States, Bell's Brewery, based in Michigan, Bell Helicopter, an American rotorcraft manufacturer headquartered in Hurst, Texas, Bell ID, a software company based in The Netherlands, Bell Records, a record label, Bell Sports Inc., a helmet manufacturer, Transportation: Bell (cyclecar), a British 3 wheeled cyclecar made in 1920 by W.G. Bell of Rochester, Kent, Bell Helicopter, an American rotorcraft manufacture, Bell (METRORail station), Houston, Texas, United States, Bell railway station, Melbourne, Australia, Bell railway station, New South Wales, Australia, USS Bell, either of two U.S. Navy ships, Bell tailslide, an aerobatic maneuver, Places: Australia: Bell, New South Wales, Bell, Queensland, Canada: Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Bell Peninsula, Nunavut, Germany: Bell, Mayen-Koblenz, a municipality, Bell, Rhein-Hunsrück, a municipality, South Africa: Bell, Eastern Cape, a town, Uganda: Port Bell, Lake Victoria, United Kingdom: Bell End, United States: Bell, California, Bell, Florida, Bell, Illinois, Bell, Oklahoma, Bell, Wisconsin, Bell Canyon, California, Bell City, Missouri, Bell County, Kentucky, Bell County, Texas, Outer space: Bell (crater), a lunar crater, Other uses: Bell (surname), a list of people with the surname Bell, Bell (fictional currency), Bell (typeface), a typeface designed in 1788 by Richard Austin, Bell character, a device control code, Bell Centre, a stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Bell High School (disambiguation), Bell House (disambiguation), Bell Laboratories Building, an historic building in Manhattan, New York, Diving bell, a cable-suspended underwater airtight chamber, The body of a jellyfish, SS Empire Bell, a 1,744 GRT collier, Bell Challenge, a WTA Tour Tier III tennis tournament held in Quebec, Bell Sensplex, a four-pad ice facility in the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Bell Fibe TV, an IP-based television service offered in Ontario and Quebec, Bell Lightbox, a skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Bell Sports Complex, a sports facility in Brossard, Quebec, Canada, Nuns' Island#Campus Bell Campus Bell, headquarters of Bell Canada on Nuns' Island in Montreal, Canada

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