But Helen's laugh rang true
, as she raised a soapy hand to heaven and swore that never, nowhere and nohow, would she again fall in love with any of the Wilcox family, down to its remotest collaterals.
My voice rang true
, I swear, but it was the way of Raffles to take the evidence of as many senses as possible.
All the contradictions in the character rang true
: the humour, the pathos, the surface vanity covering a real diffidence, the strength and weakness fighting one another.
As a tribute to the great legend of inven tion in the realm of information tech nology, the Pakistan Software Houses Association (P@SHA) began their 8th annual awards this year with Steve's commencement address at the Stan ford University, his words, spoken in 2005, astonishingly rang true
on the day of his death: "Remembering that you are going to die is the best way, I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose."
I do not normally agree with those who say you should keep your powder dry at the beginning of the Flat season but the saying rang true
that day Thought for the week Gazing out over Kempton with the old Jubilee course in view, I could not help wondering why there is no turf Flat racing there any more
The programme rang true
, and painful truths need facing.
"It's not a new slogan in the industry, but with gas prices hitting highs over the past year, it really rang true
with commuters," she said.
But I appreciate the theme that rang true
in every interview in "In the Eyes of the Beholder" (July): Beauty lies within the individual and that individual's ability to expose her own interpretation of the human condition.
Lorraine Cull, co-owner of the Painted Turtle Art Shop, says much of what she heard at the conference rang true
for her business.
The presiding juror, Pamela Clancy, said the jury found in Herpolsheimer's favor because his story "rang true
," while McGinley changed his story under cross-examination.
Dan Ward's article "Doing Less with More" (Defense AT & L, November-December 2004) rang true
for many readers, and we received a record amount of correspondence.
FOR veteran entertainer Ken Dodd the old adage ``the show must go on'' rang true
Julian Sanchez's characterization of AmeriCorps ("Denial of Service," October) rang true
. As a member of AmeriCorps' Teach for America program, I received a $40,000 per year living stipend in addition to the $4,000 in tuition reimbursement.
The old jibe about the English Broadcasting Corporation certainly rang true
. Anyway, who cares about Jonny and his chums?
Unfortunately the storyline never rang true
. It was Lock, Stock & One Scraping Barrel.