Belonging is the breakthrough.
Places of worship belonging to different faith communities are often very close to one another.
Butterfly, (superfamily Papilionoidea), any of numerous species of insects belonging to multiple families.
Similar messages were sent days later from accounts belonging to US department store Target and Google's G-Suite.
What we are about is belonging, and at the center of belonging is love.
The future aim is for the Belonging Blueprint to be implemented across the BBC global content supply chain.
The Unsettled Ground is an interactive story, told using a fictional computer desktop belonging to a BBC journalist.
Janzer said regular communication and informal check-ins from managers and peers are the best way to naturally drive belonging.
Belonging is realizing that each one of us is needed to complete the group and that you already belonged there in the first place.
Sharpe’s answer is affirmative, but he specifies that it is not always possible to compare two motions belonging to the same genus.
Intuitively, their subject matter is mixed, belonging to the physical domain, the biological domain, and the domain of ethical discourse.
He has such a sense of belonging, and that’s very often a thing that’s missing – a sense of absolutely belonging in the place where we find ourselves.
Accessio worked in this manner: if an accessory thing belonging to A was joined to a principal one belonging to B, the ownership in the whole went to B.
The Berg Collection includes Charlotte Brontë’s writing desk, with a lock of her hair inside; trinkets belonging to Jack Kerouac, including his harmonicas, and a card upon which he wrote “BLOOD” in his own blood; typewriters belonging to S.
They first confirmed formally what common sense would suggest is true—that the daughters of a mother belonging to an ethnic group where FGM is widespread are, themselves, more likely to have undergone it than those of a mother not belonging to such a group.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina to serve on the court, swore in Harris on two Bibles, one belonging to her a family friend, Regina Shelton, and the other belonging to Thurgood Marshall, the first Black Supreme Court Justice and an icon of civil rights law.
In the former case, women belonging to subjugated ethnic groups were intentionally impregnated through rape by enemy soldiers; in the latter case, women belonging to the Tutsi ethnic group were systematically raped by HIV-infected men recruited and organized by the Hutu-led government.
Category, in logic, a term used to denote the several most general or highest types of thought forms or entities, or to denote any distinction such that, if a form or entity belonging to one category is substituted into a statement in place of one belonging to another, a nonsensical assertion must result.
In the second stage, a list of patients with VL aged 18 years and above were obtained from the selected blocks and organized by age, caste and OT, and samples were chosen for each of the OT categories of female patients, ensuring those belonging to SC (in Bihar) and those belonging to ST (in Jharkhand) were included.
What about the feeling of belonging in those privileged places and the feeling that they belong to you and the feeling that multitudes of others have of not belonging anywhere, never belonging, just hanging on, hanging out, accepting what comes or snatching a fistful and running, hiding, a fistful of nothing, nowhere?
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What about the feeling of belonging in those privileged places and the feeling that they belong to you and the feeling that multitudes of others have of not belonging anywhere never belonging just hanging on hanging out accepting what comes or snatching a fistful and running hiding a fistful of nothing nowhere