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appertain to something

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be a part or attribute of

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The nonsense that appertains today could be easily rectified if we had a National Defence Medal.
Though each person has his own characteristics, there is nevertheless no separation among them, because of the relationship of perfect love that appertains to God.
Everything that appertains to young people seems to be good for cutting.
While Quint asserts that this paradigm appertains to Continental, not English, literature, Lockey argues that a more attentive reading of romance fiction indicates that the model does indeed hold for the English tradition as well.
The conception of time and history that appertains to Fortinian allegory tends in this way toward typology, it is figural.
AS many adages give us ordinary housewives some comfort in speculating their truths, I'd like to quote one adage that now appeals to me, and that is, ``variety is the spice of life'', as it appertains to housework.
If none of these appertains, I will sit back, observe, and wait.
Perspicuity," the cornerstone of Blair's rhetorical stance, appertains to both word choice and sentence structure.
As the number of crossovers to be applied, to a couple, in MCPC is one of the parameters of the algorithm that is included as a part of an individual, our present approach appertains to the last abovementioned category.
Branch secretary Mark Walsh said: "We won't have the full document from Friday's meeting but we are hoping to have the information that appertains to Liverpool and we also hope to meet management this morning to ask them to reconsider the hours issue.
I wonder how long it will be before the same problem appertains in the North-East and whether ice-cream firms or other businesses sponsor the service which indirectly contributes to their profits?