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The 18-year-old freshman, who asked to use only his first name for privacy, had to have a lot of his belongings mailed over to campus from across the country.
A mesh pocket makes it easy to store your various belongings while you exercise and the vest’s reflective strip is the perfect addition for late night workouts.
Home insurance covers damage from weather and water, theft of belongings, vandalism, fire, and personal injury lawsuits.
When a perp takes your belongings it screws you up psychologically.
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A special edition of the series, called What I Can Live Without, was repurposed to auctioning off celebrities’ favorite, or more notable, belongings on eBay.
The telltale signs of people’s belongings piled on the sidewalk are indicative of the wave of evictions that are now wreaking havoc.
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The Philippines are shared by many tribes, all belonging to the same brown race.
Before tobacco was much known in Germany, some soldiers belonging to a cavalry regiment were quartered in a German village.
The opposite side, belonging to Hanover, is as flat and monotonous as the other is beautiful.
In all the events belonging to this century, we have only to deal with the last two figures— Model Queen gives the date of 37.
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