Mrs Hattatt said: "It did not really ring true
for this school but we could not work out where it had come from.
These themes will also ring true
more broadly in our industry as volumes and complexity continue to increase and further challenge STP.
From the old grandfather, Baron of Fisher Forest, to the lighter tones of the mysterious Pug and the cool Oberon, the male voices ring true
A good idea, it falls flat because the story has no real backbone and the characters just don't ring true
More than 2,000 underage drivers are involved in alcohol-related death and injury crashes annually so the refrain of "it won't happen to me" doesn't ring true
The style is accessible, and although the character of Su-Jen is young, the portrayal of her disenchantment with her family as well as her awkward assimilation of Canadian culture will ring true
with the older teens to whom this book might appeal.
The agenda pushed by studios, she said, often consists of films with messages that don't ring true
to many viewers.
With this kind of bandwidth available for mobile wireless data applications, the claim that "anyplace is your workplace" might finally ring true
This is a heart-wrenching tale and Alvarez makes it ring true
The childhood nostalgia of ``Family Reunion'' may ring true
, but it comes across with the sincerity of a greeting card.
American writer and historian Henry Brooks Adams wrote those words in 1907 -- and a half-million dollar gift to support the University of Oregon's efforts to recruit and keep top business professors provides fresh evidence that his words ring true
Like Gary Paulsen, Bodett describes outdoor adventures succinctly and memorably, and he has a knack for warm but unsentimental portraits that ring true
If one substitutes unions, trial lawyers and other big Davis donors for the Southern Pacific Railroad, those words still ring true