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1. His remark did not pertain to the question.
2. This matter does not pertain to politics.
3. Those laws no longer pertain.
4. The criteria will be different from those that pertain elsewhere.
5. Does it pertain to the state or to the people of the state?
6. Current legislation is not likely to pertain much longer, however.
7. They pertain to all possible effects that could have occurred, both positive and negative, anticipated and unanticipated.
8. The question didn't pertain to me; it related to him.
9. Our results pertain to a sample of 101 subjects, in many of whom the birth weight was obtained by maternal recall.
10. Instead, the directions to their house all pertain to high-level activities like navigating through a town.
11. These modifications pertain to improvements in the inspection and operation of locking and vent mechanisms.
12. All these stress states pertain to the same load.
13. These nouns all pertain to what underlies and supports.
14. But why should they not so pertain?
15. It does not pertain to you to instruct him.
16. How does working as a lifeguard pertain to salesmanship?
17. What does it pertain to?
18. Other events, such as onheight and onopacity, pertain to views'visible attributes.
19. The de-listing does not pertain to the filtered cigars or pipe tobacco products sold by GT.
20. I'm afraid that your remark does not pertain to the question.
21. We shall present certain introductory notions that pertain to finite deformation in this chapter.sentencedict.com/pertain.html
22. How this might pertain to choices that people might make is, as yet, unclear.
23. The imaginary elements pertain to a condition or state of a figure.
24. We are only interested in the parts of the proposals that pertain to local issues.
25. On the whole, the difference I described between child-cantered and cognitive nursery schools also pertain to kindergartens.
26. Only in the most extreme cases does any sense of closure pertain.
27. The Curator sends recent photos and Branch understands that he must study them, although they do not pertain to the case.
28. Supplementary requirements are usually technical in nature and can pertain to functionality, usability, reliability, performance, and supportability.
29. Most of these changes "come out in the wash, " as it were, but this post is an attempt to explain a few of the changes as they pertain to LM.
30. If you hold CONTROL privilege on a table, you can update values that pertain to that table, but if you hold explicit DBADM authority on the database, you can change any updatable column.
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