Origin of pertain
OTHER WORDS FROM pertainun·per·tain·ing, adjective
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How to use pertain in a sentence
The studies that you quote from Crotty and Sette look at in vitro examination of memory immunity, which in their paper, they specifically say this does not necessarily pertain to the actual protection.
There is a day and night cycle only as it pertains to the placement of the sun, and almost nothing else, though the two concepts — time and NPC routines — were strung together in one sentence.
The court has given Uber two months to provide the two applicants with personal data pertaining to their terminations.Dutch court rejects Uber drivers’ ‘robo-firing’ charge but tells Ola to explain algo-deductions|Natasha Lomas|March 12, 2021|TechCrunch
He could first arrange the cards by location, dealing out cards from each stack so that those pertaining to spacecraft in a certain region of space go in the same pile.
He could then combine probabilities into expressions pertaining to larger composite regions, and in this way, he could “build up mathematical objects for bigger and bigger regions from smaller regions,” Hardy said.
But today, a majority of Human Rights Council members voted that they may pertain to groups as well—specifically, to families.At the United Nations, It’s Human Rights, Putin-Style|Jay Michaelson|June 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The requested documents pertain to the store's policies on shoplifting prevention and detaining individuals suspected of theft.Skype Announces 'Collaboration Project'; Macy’s and Bloomingdale's Face Racial Profiling Investigations|The Fashion Beast Team|December 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In shows that pertain to the criminal-justice system, particularly those held behind bars, black people are suddenly “must haves.”
Etiquette Scholar also has some clever tips that pertain directly to business lunches.Romney and Obama’s First Lunch: A Social Etiquette Guide|Kevin Fallon|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They pertain to an intermediate plane, and their purpose is to conceal or justify sordid or atrocious realities.
Besides, that inspection did not pertain to me, since I was neither the oldest nor the most recent auditor.
You and all that pertain to you are my slaves, and are bound to do my bidding without a murmur.Xerxes|Jacob Abbott
Is it not evident that the thought of death in that case must borrow blackness and mystery of a kind that does not pertain to it?Beyond|Henry Seward Hubbard
But the creator is neither substance nor accident (attribute), hence plurality cannot pertain to him.
Hillel answers this objection by saying that these emotions do not pertain to the soul as such.