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  • v  be a part or attribute of

  • Whatever is royal and at the same time smart and sumptuous, in the Netherlands, will usually be found to appertain to that great lady, the Queen Mother Emma.
  • The reason for the cessation of mail service was that the Post Office Department does business according to rules that do not appertain in private business; all its income .
  • The immense revenues which previously went to the Prince of Wales from the Duchy of Cornwall now appertain to His Majesty, although when he first came to the Throne experts .

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