Some articles on belong:
... and Voyageuses are between 8 and 12 years old and belong to a Cercle ... Éclaireuses are between 11 and 15 years old and belong to a Troupe ... Pionniers and Pionnières are between 14 and 18 years old and belong to a Poste ...
... - the manufactured article should be held to belong to the owner of the material substance ... Proculians - the manufactured article should be held to belong to the creator of the article ... regarded as a res nullius open to the first occupier, and for that reason it should be held to belong to the creator ...
... Whether it is family, friends, co-workers, or a sports team, humans have an inherent desire to belong and be an important part of something greater than themselves ... The motive to belong is the need for "strong, stable relationships with other people." This implies a relationship that is greater than simple acquaintance or familiarity ... The need to belong is the need to give and receive affection from others ...
... At the moment the red badges belong to year 11, the yellow badges belong to year 10, the black badge belong to year 9, the blue badge belong to year 8 and the green badge belong to year 7 ...
... Until recently, these birds were thought to belong to the family Meliphagidae (honeyeaters) because they looked and acted so similar to members of that family ... of DNA from museum specimens, that the genera Moho and Chaetoptila do not belong to the Meliphagidae but instead belong to a group that includes the waxwings and the Palmchat they appear especially close to the ...
More definitions of "belong":
- (verb): Be in the right place or situation.
Example: "Where do these books belong?"
- (verb): Be suitable or acceptable.
Example: "This student somehow doesn't belong"
- (verb): Be owned by; be in the possession of.
Example: "This book belongs to me"
- (verb): Be classified with.
Example: "The whales belong among the mammals"
Famous quotes containing the word belong:
“I dont belong in the world. Thats what it is. Something separates me from other people.”
—John Clifford, U.S. screenwriter, and Herk Harvey. Mary Henry (Candice Hilligoss)
“He seemed to be of no particular race, or, in certain lights, to belong to some race that nobody else belonged to.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“Our true history is scarcely ever deciphered by others. The chief part of the drama is a monologue, or rather an intimate debate between God, our conscience, and ourselves. Tears, griefs, depressions, disappointments, irritations, good and evil thoughts, decisions, uncertainties, deliberationsall these belong to our secret, and are almost all incommunicable and intransmissible, even when we try to speak of them, and even when we write them down.”
—Henri-Frédéric Amiel (18211881)