ring with

ring with something

 
1. Lit. to resound with something. The morning air rang with the sound of church bells. The canyon rang with the sound of gunfire.
2. [for a bell] to ring in some characteristic way. The bells seemed to ring with unusual clarity on this fine Sunday morning. The doorbell rang with an urgency that could not be ignored.
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RG is an associative ring with 0 [member of] R acts as its additive identity.
then Q is a Loop) that the quasigroup ring RQ will be a non-associative ring with unit.
A ring like "The Major," a carved green gold ring with a blue-white diamond, was advertised as something "for the 'he-man' who appreciates true value.
Unlike the proposed male engagement ring custom, the purchase of the femal e engagement ring was a cultural event legitimized in advertisements showing the bride-to-be trying on her ring with her future husband watching (16) (figure 3).
While denying the connection of the War of the Ring with World War II, Tolkien acknowledges in the revised Foreword of The Lord of the Rings that images of World War I, which he served in, may have influenced his writing by presenting a realistic image of war.