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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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When doing so, it stirred my blood and made me flushed with adrenalin moments to know that a student appertaining to a lower class and middle class family pays two to three thousand every month by hook or crook.
He added there was "evidence of internet search terms appertaining to children", adding: "That's a matter of some concern to the court.
The United States regards the natural resources of the subsoil and sea bed of the continental shelf beneath the high seas but contiguous to the coast of the US as appertaining to the US, subject to its jurisdiction and control.
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.
IN response to the recent letters about speeding, I believe many drivers are caught out simply because they are unaware of the speed limit appertaining to a particular stretch of road.
Perhaps you had your picture taken at Chepstow after owning, riding or training a winner - or you might have some interesting press cuttings appertaining to Chepstow Races.
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.
This provision requiring separation of powers between the three branches of government is very clear as to congressional redistricting: "No person belonging to one branch shall exercise any powers appertaining to either of the other branches unless expressly provided herein.
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.
Section provides that all insurance business relating to any public property, or to any risk or liability appertaining to any public property, shall be placed with NICL only and shall not be placed with any other insurer.
According to the common opinion of artists, the falsetto voice forms a particular register, which differs at once from the register appertaining to the chest voice, which is inferior to it, and from the register of the head voice, which is superior.
e police and traC/c wardens do not need to see a tax disc as they have access to the National Data Base containing all information appertaining to the vehicle registration number displayed on the vehicle instantly available to them on the spot using hand held equipment.
As far as matters specifi-cally appertaining to Wakefield Trinity go, I can also reveal that it is not just a fear of water but also other liquids.
Camp beds and If this scheme should violate some city ordinance appertaining to dwelling houses, no doubt the councillors could amend it for the needs of the times.