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  • She belongs to me! (10)
  • She belongs to us. (10)
  • She belongs to him. (10)
  • She belongs to him. (22)
  • She belongs to her time. (10)
  • He belongs to her, and not to us. (10)
  • I feel already that old Mel belongs to me. (10)
  • I thank him, and my daughter belongs to him. (10)
  • I thank him, and my daughter belongs to him. (22)
  • Have we music that belongs to the Greek period? (3)
  • He is their lawful property; he fairly belongs to them. (4)
  • What does one do with a glad eye that belongs to some one else? (8)
  • His Comedy of incredible imbroglio belongs to the literary section. (10)
  • It belongs to the Greek, the Signor Antonio Pericles Agriolopoulos. (10)
  • That vision belongs solely to such as have clean and disciplined hearts. (10)
  • And Wright generously allots the praise for their beauty where it largely belongs. (13)
  • Hartfield will only put her out of conceit with all the other places she belongs to. (4)
  • It is difficult in affliction to think of one who belongs to us as one to whom we owe a duty. (10)
  • The lesson on the organ and organ playing belongs to this period, chronologically, in part only. (3)
  • He belongs to an artistic family, for one brother, Otto, is a painter, and another, Stefan, a sculptor. (3)
  • It belongs to our original elements, and of its purity should never be question, only of its strength. (10)
  • It wore the comical face to the friends deploring it, which belongs to things we do that are so very like us. (10)
  • It was now a real animation; and she began to dress for it with much of the happy flutter which belongs to a ball. (4)
  • Perhaps, if you desire, she will give you the explanation herself, since the whole matter now belongs to the past. (12)
  • The considerate observation which at all seasons belongs to true courage told her that it was not madness afflicting Angelo. (10)
  • It passed with its other-worldliness and the fine holiness which belongs to beauty, passed and left the tormenting realism of life. (8)
  • The right bank of the Danube below the mouth of the Inn belongs to Austria, and the left bank, for fifteen miles or so, to Bavaria. (20)
  • Music deals with expression of emotion, and should not attempt something that belongs rather to other arts, such as Literature or Painting. (3)
  • The man had that fine solidity of shoulder and of waist, the glossy self-possession that belongs to those with horses, guns, and dressing-bags. (8)
  • There was about Derek the sort of quality that belongs to the good regimental officer; men followed and asked themselves why the devil they had, afterward. (8)
  • This school was still further enlarged and developed by Verdi, but this extension belongs to a later period and will be considered in its logical connection. (3)

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