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And what law does not appertain to the rights of some State or Territory?
The border of a tapestry must appertain, must be an integral part of the whole design for the sake of artistic harmony.
THE TAPESTRY BOOKHELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
Flight itself does not appertain solely to the wing, but to an incomparable power of respiration and vision.
THE BIRDJULES MICHELET
But it will be said that I am forgetting the beauty, and the human interest, which appertain to classical studies.
SCIENCE AND EDUCATIONTHOMAS H. HUXLEY
Except matters of health, none are so much afflicted by dogmatism and crude speculation as those which appertain to society.
To quit friends without saying a word does not appertain to the customs of civilized people.
O. T.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
They appertain to cells not yet differentiated, to the unicellular organisms which occupy the first stages of life.
"Good evenin', Cap'n," the old miller sought what influence might appertain to polite address and the social graces.
THE RAID OF THE GUERILLACHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK (AKA MARY NOAILLES MURFREE)
The idea of a life beyond this one seems also to appertain to normal humanity.
JULIA WARD HOWELAURA E. RICHARDS
The consideration of hypnotic cures does not appertain to our theme.

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