Bell (disambiguation)

A bell is a percussion instrument, usually cup-shaped.

Bell may also refer to:

Sound and musicEdit

SignalsEdit

  • Bell, a signal from an engine order telegraph, a communications device used on a ship or submarine
  • Alarm bell, used to alert people of a fire or burglary detected or, as part of a traditional alarm clock, to awaken or remind
  • 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
  • School bell, a signal used for transitions during a school day
  • Ship's bell, a signal for marking time on a ship

PeopleEdit

  • Bell (surname), a list of people with the surname Bell
  • Alexander Graham Bell (1847–1922), Scottish-Canadian-American inventor, teacher, engineer, and scientist, son of Alexander Melville Bell
  • John Stewart Bell or J. S. Bell (1928–1990), Northern Irish physicist and the originator of Bell's theorem in quantum physics

PlacesEdit

AfricaEdit

AustraliaEdit

CanadaEdit

EuropeEdit

United StatesEdit

Other placesEdit

Art, entertainment, and mediaEdit

BuildingsEdit

BusinessesEdit

TelecommunicationsEdit

  • Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell
  • Bell Atlantic, the name of the Bell Operating Company serving the mid-Atlantic US, merged in 2000 with GTE to form Verizon
  • BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises, a telecommunications holding company in Canada
    • Bell Aliant, a telecommunications subsidiary of Bell Canada
    • Bell Canada, a telecommunications subsidiary of BCE Inc.
    • Bell Internet, an internet service provider and subsidiary of Bell Canada
    • Bell Media, a media subsidiary of BCE Inc.
    • Bell MTS, a telecommunications subsidiary of Bell Canada
    • Bell Mobility, a wireless network subsidiary of Bell Canada
    • Bell Satellite TV, a satellite television service and subsidiary of Bell Canada
  • Bell Communications Research, Inc., a research & development organization, originally a joint subsidiary of the Regional Bell Operating Companies, since renamed to Telcordia Technologies, Inc. and now a subsidiary of Ericsson
  • Bell Labs, a research & development organization founded by AT&T, now owned by Nokia
  • 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
  • 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 businessEdit

Mathematics, science and technologyEdit

TransportationEdit

RailEdit

SeaEdit

Other forms of transportationEdit

Other usesEdit

See alsoEdit