This latter and the head voice appertain
, therefore, to one and the same register, which M.
while that of the British king extends to the declaring of war and to the raising and regulating of fleets and armies--all which, by the Constitution under consideration, would appertain
to the legislature."
They experience the conditions that used to appertain
in NHS hospitals - and which should be the model for the future NHS.
This is baffling as they obviously appertain
to represent all EU countries which have already got embassies in these places anyway.
We are told the Government is handing power back to each individual, but when are individuals consulted about all services that appertain
I will continue to talk with Tees Valley authorities on issues that affect us in the sub-region, along with issues that appertain
to us within the North-east and North Yorkshire regions.
I don't suppose it will appertain
to the fact of what on earth his father was doing in providing him with a car way beyond his capabilities.