Thesaurus / pertains


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Let narcissism trickle down into every crevice, particularly as it pertains to one’s sexual and pharmaceutical appetites, swiping left and swiping right and then snorting up.

The American Bar Association has suggestions pertaining specifically to hiring bias for those with disabilities.

The top three answers all pertain to review quality and quantity.

Hastorf has long been interested in the relationships between people and plants throughout history, particularly as they pertain to what people ate in the past.

She continued a legal battle, started under Emanuel, against the release of emails and texts from officials’ private accounts that pertain to city business.

However, arguably the first known ship dedicated to naval warfare possibly pertains to the bireme.

For he testifies that this pertains to the world, than which they think there is nothing better.

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It was not a subject that amused Roezl, but he knew something of that as of all else that pertains to life in those countries.

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Tphgan is a female diuata under whose special superintendence are placed the rice crop and all that pertains to it.

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