What year did Sir Charles Bell discover Bell's palsy?
Yes, the word 'bell' is both a noun (bell, bells) and a verb (bell, bells, belling, belled). The noun 'bell' is a word for a hollow metal device that makes a ringing sound when struck; an electric device that makes a ringing sound; a ringing sound used as a signal; a word for a thing. The verb 'bell' is to take the shape of a bell, to flare; to equip with a bell or bells.
Why is massage indicated for Bell palsy when it is contraindicated for most other types of paralysis?
Bells palsy indicates massage to maintain flexibility and good circulation in the affected muscles. People afflicted with paralysis are unable to give any feedback on things like pressure and limits with movement, which could lead to injury to the client, since the therapist could be injuring them without either person being aware of it.
There are 9 bells currently in the Cologne Cathedral. Eight are in the belfry. These are the St. Peter's Bell, Pretiosa, Speciosa, Bell of the Magi, Ave Bell, Chapter bell, Ursula Bell, and Saint Joseph's Bell. The St. Peter's bell is the largest swinging bell in the world. The Angelus Bell hangs in the turret.
There are butler bells, cow bells, electric bells, ice cream truck bells, school bells, alarm bells, wedding bells, jingle bells, silver bells, ambulance bells, church bells, death bells, funeral bells. I can not think of anything else. Oh wait, when you get an idea, you get a lightbulb in your held and a bell ringing in the background.