Americans exactingly measure everything that pertains to their material well-being.
But in fact, after age 16, as pertains to the Secret Service, they will be on their own.
But my takeaway from the evening pertains this time more to substance than to style.
In considering carpenter work, we will first take up framing, and everything which pertains to the outside of the house.
Each has mebby a score of Injuns at his heels who pertains to him personal.
Memory, then, pertains to all that class of psychical states which are in process of being organised.
We now note the following, which pertains to their business.
I will fly from my native home, and all that pertains to it.
I receive packets from all quarters; it pertains to my office.
The Missionary Baptists are by far the most enterprising in all that pertains to the spread of Christianity.