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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.

ring

See pit.
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Mrs Hattatt said: "It did not really ring true for this school but we could not work out where it had come from.
Lena's relationship with her sister and her crush on best pal Marie ring true, as do the stories she tells herself in times of despair.
We've worked hard to research and develop products that ring true to the lifestyle the brand supports.
The amnesia portion of the story doesn't quite ring true, when she can quote Anne Frank but asks her grandmother what a concentration camp is.
While Okura's concept calls for certain steps, such as buying a professional sports franchise and opening stores in China, that most enterprises may not require, his basic ideas ring true for any sort of company.
But for the most part, Jensen's depictions of sometimes savage border-country conduct and the tenuous relationship between settlers and Indians ring true.
There's something about the way writers portray the region that doesn't quite ring true.
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.
Our goal with this project is to synthesize all aspects of the city into a deeper, more meaningful strategic platform which will ring true for residents, visitors, business owners, and investors," says Mike Perdigao, Executive Vice President & Managing Director at Dailey.
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.