It belongs to you.
Art belongs to all time and no time.
A is per se4 with respect to B iff A belongs to B on account of A.
At the highest category, kingdom, the wolf belongs to the taxon Animalia.
Machar, who belongs to the Nuer ethnic group.
“Not all Indian food belongs on a buffet line at $4.99.
As a literary matter, however, it belongs, indisputably, to Herman Melville.
In Judaism, the infant is baptised before it has a faith of its own to symbolise that it belongs to the Jewish people.
The lowest order of beauty belongs to “the dead Forms”—physical things such as manmade works of art and natural objects (C 2.406).
The language of the Khmer minority also belongs to the Mon-Khmer group, whereas Cham belongs to the Austronesian family.
In this channel are Little Diomede Island, which belongs to the United States, and Big Diomede Island, which belongs to Russia.
A belongs to B universally iff A belongs to all B and A belongs to B per se (in virtue of B) and qua itself (qua B).
“The future belongs to Africa and the future belongs to its youth,” says Jason Pau, Chief of Staff for International to billionaire Jack Ma, co-founder of Alibaba.
“There really isn’t a line between what belongs to the pastor and what belongs to the church,” says Ebenezer Obadare, a sociology professor at the University of Kansas.
If this is true, the domination of one individual by another counts as such only because one belongs to a dominant group and the other belongs to a subordinate group (Wartenberg 1990).
Other considerations, however, show that Celtic belongs to the so-called southern group of the European branch of Indo-European languages, or in another classification, to the same centum group as Latin, whereas Slavic belongs to the satem group.
Aristotle, predating the Stoics, noted that conditional claims like the following are sure to be true: if (the property of) being a politician belongs to every senator, and being deceitful belongs to every politician, then being deceitful belongs to every senator.
“Businesses will have to treat that information more like it’s information that belongs, is owned by and controlled by the consumer,” said Xavier Becerra, the attorney general of California, “rather than data that, because it’s in possession of the company, belongs to the company.”
Some commentators have held that it is the disjunction which belongs per se2 (e.g., straight or circular-arc belongs per se2 to all lines); others that the examples are that each predicate belongs per se2 to the subject (e.g., straight belongs per se2 to (some) line).
Following Aristotle’s remark that ‘A contingently belongs to B’ may mean either ‘A contingently belongs to that to which B belongs’ or ‘A contingently belongs to that to which B contingently belongs’, Kilwardby argues that the subject terms in contingency syllogisms are read in the second way and ampliated, if syllogistic relations do not demand restrictions.
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Following Aristotles remark that A contingently belongs to B may mean either A contingently belongs to that to which B belongs or A contingently belongs to that to which B contingently belongs Kilwardby argues that the subject terms in contingency syllogisms are read in the second way and ampliated if syllogistic relations do not demand restrictions