pertain to (someone or something)

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pertain to (someone or something)

To relate to, be relevant to, or have a connection with someone or something. These meetings never pertain to me, but the boss wants me to be there anyway. It was a bizarre scene that didn't seem to pertain to the rest of the film as a whole.
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pertain to someone or something

to relate to someone or something; to have something to do with someone or something. I don't think that anything discussed in this meeting pertained to me. It really doesn't pertain to the matter at hand.
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pertain to

v.
To be relevant to or concerned with something: In chemistry the word "basic" pertains to substances with a pH factor greater than 7.
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His pallor was so peculiar, that it seemed to pertain to one who had been long entombed, and who was incapable of resuming the healthy glow and hue of life.
Financial statement preparers and auditors will want to remain tuned in to these issues, as they pertain to one of the most critically important metrics in an organization's financial reporting.
These audits often are limited in scope and pertain to one or two provisions under HIPAA.
The issues you highlighted pertain to one particular series published two years ago and we are disappointed this has not achieved our high standards and will investigate further how this occurred.
Obviously, the policy wasn't clear that this should only pertain to one family at a time.
Davutoglu said that this decision on Turkish airspace did not just pertain to one or two military flights, but that it could extend its scope to encompass civilian flights as well.
These vacancies cover positions across all organisational levels and do not pertain to one level in specific,Eoe1/4A[yen] says Zureikat.
The other papers address questions that pertain to one of the levels of organization within this component, and are ordered following the top-down organization of the model.
THE TITLE OF WESTERN AUTHOR LOUIS L'AMOUR'S BOOK The First Fast Draw COULD ALSO PERTAIN TO ONE OF HOLLYWOOD'S MOST CELEBRATED GUN COACHES, ARVO OJALA, WHO PASSED AWAY ON JULY 1, 2005.
No longer do these issues pertain to one jurisdiction.
A fruitful starting point could be Godel's actualism, his conviction that all meaningful concepts pertain to one actual world, and that other possibilia, insofar as the existence of such unrealized worlds or states of affairs is at all needed, reduce to, or can be analyzed within, our world.
The short answer is that a planning solution is an analytical tool that crunches numbers that pertain to one facility or even multiple stages of the supply chain.
Speaker submissions should pertain to one of SNW's key content areas, which include: Tools for Managing Storage Networks; Deploying Storage Solutions; Return on Investment (ROI) and Lowering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO); Vision (Leveraging Today for Tomorrow); Solution Insights; Managing Deployment of Emerging Technologies; and Critical and Emerging Technology Topics.
At the first look it appears that these papers pertain to one jeweler," he added.
The ministry has also stated that this payment clause will only pertain to one issuance and will be limited to VEB$1,500 billion (about US$1.