"It doesn't ring true
Mr Alstead, that's what frustrates taxpayers in the UK."
When I told Butch he was going to succeed me as CEO, he vowed that BE "would serve as the lightning rod to inform and inspire people to believe that all things are possible." Under his stewardship, I know that statement will ring true
. And Butch knows that, as his boss, I fully intend to hold him to it.
If this statement doesn't ring true
then compare Never Let Me Go's shocking revelations about the future of medicine and genetic engineering with the pastoral elegance of Remains of the Day or the vivid war-torn brutality of When We Were Orphans.
The Molineux boss predicted a tough test against the newly-promoted Hatters and saw his words ring true
in a rousing 1-1 draw.
Philip Randolph, the gadfly who met his perfect cause through rabble rousing and rhetoric during the pilgrimage to Harlem that all our heroes were required to take, does not ring true
Frank's findings ring true
for one lesbian soldier who gave her name only as Linda.
Regarding the lead photo for "Eyes on the Skies" on Pages 18 and 19 of the May 2004 issue of Airman, it's visually dramatic but fails to ring true
. The person sprinting toward the F-15 isn't dressed in flight gear (no G-suit, survival vest or helmet), nor is any of this gear visible on or near the aircraft.
Mir's practice projects an image of the artist as confidante, optimistic life of the party, and charming pedagogue, and most of the time these personae dovetail and ring true
in the work.
In theory, this textual analysis of the term seems, for the most part, to ring true
, but this reader yearned for more concrete evidence from the practical experiences o f early modern Augsburgers.
The cases ring true
because they are neither overly dramatic nor clear-cut.
While many reasons have been put forth to explain the suddenly strict scrutiny, few ring true
The graphic descriptions of childbearing and rearing ring true
to any parent in this humorous take on modern relationships.