Roleset id: ring.01 , to (cause) to make a sound of a bell, ring a bell, emitting a high clear noise (like a bell), Source: , vncls: , framnet:
ring.01: RING-V NOTES: Frames file for 'ring' based on survey of sentences in the WSJ corpus. (from ring.01-v predicate notes) RING-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on ring-v.01. Corresponds to VNcls sound_emission-43.2. (from ring.01-n) RINGING-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT, ring-v.01. Corresponds to VNcls sound_emission-43.2. (from ringing.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: causer of ringing (vnrole: 43.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: bell (vnrole: 43.2-theme)
Arg2-GOL: what the ringing signals/summons
According to a nationwide survey taken [*] a year ago , [nearly a third of England 's church bells]-1 are no longer rung [*-1] on Sundays because there is no one  [*T*-2] to ring them .
Argm-neg: no longer
Arg1: [*-1] (nearly of a third of England's church bells)
Argm-tmp: on Sundays
Argm-cau: because there is no one  [*T*-2]to ring them
`` [*-1] To ring for even one service at this tower , we-1 have [*-1]to scrape , '' says [*T*-2] Mr. Hammond , a retired water-authority worker .
Arg0: [*-1] (we)
Arg2: for even one service
Argm-loc: at this tower
One survey says that of the 100,000 trained bellringers in England today , only 40,000 of them still ring .
Argm-adv: of the 100,000 trained bellringers in England today
Arg0: only 40,000
My wife has Constant ringing in her ears ::: noise , a " whooshing " as she describes .
Argm-loc: in her ears
Argm-adj: noise, a "whooshing" as she describes
They manifested themselves on one occasion in his ringing the bell for a messenger to forcibly eject his colleague, Mr. Ballance, from tho Cabinet room.
Arg1: the bell
Arg2: for a messenger to forcibly eject his colleague, Mr. Ballance, from tho Cabinet room
Meanwhile , in the squat office buildings that [*T*-1] ring Fashion Island , the odds [*ICH*-3]are good that someone is getting fleeced [*-2] .
Argm-rcl: that -> the squat office buildings
Arg2: Fashion Island
With sudden energy , she went to the phone and rang Holden 's office and asked for him .
Argm-mnr: With sudden energy
Arg1: Holden 's office
Roleset id: ring.05 , ring true (or ring of some other attribute), sounds like, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
ring.05: RING-V NOTES: Frame added by Arrick (from ring.05-v) RING-N NOTES: Added by Julia corresponding to ring-v.05, although this frame is open to other arg2s than just 'true'. No corresponding VNcls. (from ring.02-n)
Arg1-PPT: thing with truth
Arg2-PRD: 'true' or other attribute
Example: ring true
Medical doctor Chang Chau-hsiung, [whose advice]-9 [*T*]-9 rings [*]-9 true to his profession, has formally taken off his physician 's coat * to vie for office as James Soong 'sr unning mate.
Arg2: [*]-9 true to his profession
I may not be fully understanding the point here , but to me this kind of rings of greed itself .
Argm-gol: to me
Argm-ext: kind of
Arg2: of greed
For some terrorism experts today 's attack , which occurred against the backdrop of intense clashes between Palestinians and Israelis in the Middle East , has an eerily familiar ring to it .
Arg2: eerily familiar
Arg1: to it