- n a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building
- n a room (often at the top of a tower) where bells are hung
- The crowd watched in solemn silence while organs played; at that moment, throughout the land, bells pealed from every town and village belfry.
- Designed by that most fashionable of academic architects, Ralph Adams Cram of Boston, it bore in its belfry a carillon of 43 bells, first in Pennsylvania, second largest in the .
- As the bell looked down on the scene from a temporary belfry, worshipers thronged the temple, and nearby streets echoed to Japanese folk dances.
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- William W. “Bill” Grater
William W. “Bill” Grater, 82, of North Ridgeville, passed away peacefully at his home Tuesday, June 4, 2013, following a short illness. He was born in Belfry Trooper, Pennsylvania. Growing up in Pennsylvania, he moved to Fairview Park in 1965, then to North Ridgeville in 1998. A U.S. Marine, he served during the Korean War, [...] The post William W. “Bill” Grater appeared first on Chronicle ...
June 6, 2013 - The Chronicle-Telegram
- David Howell in The Age
That's a big change for me, being 'annoyed' with a 66, and it's two good rounds in a row,Howell said. "I played well the last day at The Belfry on Sunday (shooting 67 to finish 16th) and again on Thursday. I'm making some progress, you...
- Colin Montgomerie in Reuters.uk
The belly-putter seems to be holing out better,Montgomerie told reporters. "Everyone said how well I putted at the Ryder Cup in 2002 at the Belfry with that and I'm trying to go back to that kind of stroke."