But be assured that the specimen before us appertains
to the very simplest species of cryptograph.
He does not longer appertain
to his family and society; he is somewhat; he is a person; he is a soul.
And if ye appertain
to me, still it is not as my right arm.
Practiced in all that portion of human knowledge which appertains
to a salesman, he let the sweet girls select two or three dozen handkerchiefs of great beauty, but totally without ornament, and even pay for them, before he said a word on the subject of the claims of his reserved corps.
True method appertains
to the ordinary and the obvious alone, and cannot be applied to the outre.
Man thus absorbed, though he does not yet belong to God, already appertains
no longer to the earth.
He is not entitled to say that he is a Knight of the Order of St John and the dignities that appertain
to being a Knight of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem.
This is baffling as they obviously appertain
to represent all EU countries which have already got embassies in these places anyway.