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Maps exhibiting changes in physical geography appertain to the geologist as well as to the geographer.
THE PRINCIPLES OF STRATIGRAPHICAL GEOLOGYJ. E. MARR
On subjects which did not absolutely appertain to the dinner, she perhaps was the greatest talker; but even she did not say much.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
But his dignity was annexed to his office, and did appertain to all that ever should be archbishops of Glasgow.
THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF RELIGION IN SCOTLANDJOHN KNOX
They were singular motions of the Spirit of God, and appertain nothing to this our age.
THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF RELIGION IN SCOTLANDJOHN KNOX
They appertain to cells not yet differentiated, to the unicellular organisms which occupy the first stages of life.
APPLETONS' POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, JANUARY 1900VARIOUS
By God's law the teinds do not appertain of necessity to the Kirk-men.
THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF RELIGION IN SCOTLANDJOHN KNOX
It does not, therefore, appertain to harmony to take the lead of the things of which it is composed, but to follow them.
APOLOGY, CRITO, AND PHAEDO OF SOCRATESPLATO
The footman there must appertain to Mrs. Carbuncle, whereas the coachman would as necessarily be one of Lizzie's retainers.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDSANTHONY TROLLOPE
These are the chief appearances of the early part of this month which appertain exclusively to the Spring.
MIRROR OF THE MONTHSPETER GEORGE PATMORE
To determine and to distribute appertain to superiority and command; as it does to subjection to accept.
THE ESSAYS OF MONTAIGNE, COMPLETEMICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
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