belong to


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be a part or adjunct

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Any student can belong to it, no matter where he was born.
No student can belong to it who cannot show three full generations of noble descent.
I got some of this information from students themselves-- students who did not belong to the corps.
PNN/ Jerusalem/ Israeli bulldozers demolished four houses which belong to Palestinian citizens of the Bedouin community in Jabal al-Baba area near Al-Eizariya town, southeast of occupied Jerusalem on Monday morning.
She leads them in exploring how it feels to belong to a group, why they need to spend their time and energy during the school day working to make K-12 students feel that they belong, what belonging looks like, and how to make it happen in the pre-service teachers' future classrooms with their future K-12 students.
On one hand, the idea that one may belong to a particular group necessarily implies that others do not.
This means our current and future leaders are feeling less like they belong to this community.
ISLAMABAD -- Sindh Rangers has said 848 target killers have been arrested during the last three years targeted operation in Karachi, out of which 654 belong to Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).
MIRPUR -- Four of the nine newly elected Pakistan-origin members of the House of Commons, of the British Parliament, belong to Mirpur district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
Getting into the festive spirit |are guinea pigs Jumper and Ewok who belong to Antony and Marie Payne from Selly Oak
16, in southern Falluja, they belong to a military office and a neighborhood's Mayor in southern Falluja, Anbar province.
SALAHAL-DIN/ Aswat al-Iraq: Police sources said here that 8 workers were wounded in bombing 7 residences belong to police personnel and a building that belonged to a high ranking security officer.
So part of it is we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents, or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to whole communities.
HOW come I know which socks belong to the husband, which belong to the 12-year-old and which belong to the nine-year-old, yet none of them know which belong to each other?