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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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As the voice started to ring true, I thought, I'll embrace this.
There is also a regrettable tendency to first-name certain esteemed figures--Mahalia, Brother Ray, Miles, Donny [Hathaway], Ronnie [Spector], Dot [Dorothy Love Coates]--suggesting an intimacy that doesn't ring true.
Dancers Marthe Leonard and Olivia Thorvaldson take turns playing Emily and a variety of characters (including Woo, the monkey), aided by Penelope Stella's direction; for the most part, their highly physical characterizations ring true, with only the rhythm of their occasional dialogue slightly forced.
While their points of comparison ring true, the chapter seems unnecessary, given that a number of the essays in the volume quite convincingly demonstrate the shifting but unbroken line of misogynist speech about women and the consequences of that speech from antiquity to the present.
He dreamed of a better world Where freedom could ring true.
It was the whole pattern of alignments with the sun and moon over a long period that made it ring true to me.
Last night Mr Ahern told the Irish-American community: "I can safely say President Kennedy's words ring true as Ireland and the EU strive to promote peace and prosperity at home and abroad.
I don't know how much of the dialog will ring true for students reading this, but the topics are important and timely.