Does Bill Gaytten ring a bell?
Texas and California ring a bell?
Does the name Stormfront ring a bell, perchance?
When they enter the shrine room, Hindus ring a bell to ‘awaken’ the deities and show them that they are ready to worship.
Allentown, Pennsylvania, Greg: ring a bell?
Cohen,’ and the address of his office, just did not ring a bell.”
But he didn’t ring a bell for observers of the New York–Palm Beach power scene.
When her name did ring a bell, it was usually in connection with Gerhard Richter.
(The name may not ring a bell, but his influence on other artists approaches that of Duchamp.)
Lately, so much polite and impolite racism has been seen and heard, in such a way that you can’t un-ring a bell.
The name Andy Yang may not ring a bell for many Thais, but food-loving New Yorkers have been familiar with him for a while.
If the word flip doesn’t ring a bell, one of its other names might: huckabuck, hucklebuck, frozen cup, freeze cup, cool cup.
“Howard has major investments in Russia,” he told Lebed, but when Lorber itemized various ventures none seemed to ring a bell.
Morgan said in an interview that the Russian botnet ruse “does not ring a bell,” adding that others had worked on the effort and had written the report.
The frontage is nondescript, visible only to those in the know, and you have to ring a bell before being ushered around a long wooden table with just 28 seats.
And yet, Mishra has also provincialised his targets – Ferguson, Murray, Caldwell, Peterson – names that don’t quite ring a bell beyond the mid-Atlantic social and economic elite.
The franchise began with a handful of dolls (the names Samantha, Addie, Kirsten, Molly may ring a bell with fellow-millennials) styled after different periods of American history.
If the name doesn’t ring a bell, he was the Democrat unable to stop himself from sabotaging his career – twice – by sending sexually explicit pictures to strangers on social media.
Some of his most famous pieces—“Clair de Lune”, “Prélude à l’Après-Midi d’un Faune”, “La Mer” and “Pelléas et Mélisande”, his only completed opera—ring a bell with many people who are not classical-music buffs.
Glance at the names of writers who were famous in the nineteenth century, or who won the Nobel Prize at the beginning of the twentieth, or who were on best-seller lists just a few decades ago, and chances are that most of them won’t even ring a bell.