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appertain to something

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be a part or attribute of

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This appertained to his geographical location and not his ambitions to take over the world.
Round 3 David's Dilemma, where all ten answers appertained to well-known Davids.
The legislative power, meanwhile, appertained to the various assemblies and to the Senate.
He says: "I was always taught that if the sentence appertained to oneself and it read, for example, `This house belongs to me', then it clearly follows that it would `Belong to my wife and me'.
The economic climate over the past three years has certainly constrained new development activity within these market towns as a result of reduced occupier requirements and the need to let or sell the existing available space, built speculatively when better market conditions appertained.
They seem to have an agenda which ignores the history which should be given to those who were not aware of certain facts appertained to the Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath who, without any referendum, took us into the Common Market.