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appertain to

To apply or pertain to someone. What rights appertain to me as a naturalized citizen?

appertain to something

[of a responsibility or privilege] to belong to something as a right. Do these rights appertain to a third cousin of the deceased? The statement doesn't make sense. It appertains to no one as it is stated.
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Moreover, information on company overview, key developments, product overview, and key financials appertaining to these market players has been included in this chapter.
this steering group seeks to appoint an external consultant to provide an ongoing dispassionate source of expert advice on all relevant matters of content and process appertaining to sustaining systematic progress and momentum on the tu submission to the hea, liaising with the cua project manager, and the three project managers.
The significant projects that were brought under discussion appertaining to the Education Sector include Construction of Buildings for six Degree Colleges in AJ and K and an Additional Academic Block with Government Boys Post Graduate College in District Mirpur and Preparation of Land Record and details of Buildings with Educational Institutions in AJ and K.
In the meeting, three projects, worth Rs1.31 billion appertaining to the Communication and Works sector were approved.
Marine insurance includes insurance against loss or damage to vessels, craft, aircraft, vehicles, goods, freights, cargoes, merchandise, effects, disbursements, profits, moneys, securities, choses in action, instruments of debts, valuable papers, bottomry, and respondentia interests and all other kinds of property and interests therein, in respect to appertaining to or in connection with any and all risks or perils of navigation, transit or transportation, or while being assembled, packed, crafted, baled, compressed or similarly prepared for shipment or while awaiting shipment, or during any delays, storage, transshipment, or reshipment incident thereto, including war, rebellion and terrorism risks, marine builder's risks and all personal property floater risks, the bill said.
I have used a pen name for this letter in the hope that it will save Coun Karney some time and enable him to concentrate on matters appertaining to his Harpurhey ward and thereby bring about much needed improvement in that area.
"I had hoped that the assembly would, at the very least, come and tell us Christians the facts and truths appertaining to the alleged theft," said a visibly upset commissioner who attended the assembly.
Speaker John Bercow said: "It's an important convention that members should inform each other if they intend to make personally critical remarks - not expressions of disagreement appertaining to policy, but personally critical remarks of colleagues in the chamber."
The development schemes discussed by the august forum were appertaining to Health Forestry / Watershed, Home Department, Local Government and Rural Development, Transport, Higher Education (Universities), Physical Planning and Housing, Development Authorities, Agriculture, Foreign Aided Projects, Communication and Works and Environment sectors.
He added there was "evidence of internet search terms appertaining to children", adding: "That's a matter of some concern to the court."
'It could hardly be expected that a geologist by profession, however occupied with the numerous other duties appertaining to the expedition, would keep his eyes closed to all the features of the landscape for the five months during which the expedition lasted,' Odell recalled to the Royal Geographical Society on 18 May 1925.
attached or appertaining to the floor space and proportionate land; at a total cost of Tk.
I would be delighted to hear from anyone with press clippings, photographs, programmes, memories, anecdotes and any other information appertaining to this once-popular, long-gone event.
His comments appertaining to the atrocities of terrorists in Paris disgust me.
Lawyers and beekeepers must be ever grateful to Mr Kearry for giving the Court of Appeal the opportunity to define the law appertaining to the ownership of swarms once and for all.