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There's nothing which does not pertain to honest men, and I ask you not to interrupt me.

MotherMaksim Gorky

The tall and delicate figure would lose its beauty if united to the large and broad hands which pertain to the stronger type.

Dress as a Fine ArtMary Philadelphia Merrifield

The only reproductive data available for November pertain to the presence or absence of embryos.

Rights that might pertain to one man on an island by himself, do not attach to man in civilized communities.

Whence it would seem that prudence does not pertain to the active life.

Footnotes were moved to the end of the chapter to which they pertain.

This part may seem at first to pertain to science civil and politic; but not if it be well observed.

Obedience is promised in matters that pertain to the state, not in those pertaining to the church.

Copy from the statutes of two states far apart, those sections that pertain to anti-trust or anti-monopoly legislation.

All things that pertain to life, all things that pertain to godliness.

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