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I'm almost sorry," she sighed, "because it would be so grand to drive down a real main street, sitting high up like this behind two splendid horses, with my pink sunshade up, and everybody in town wondering who the bunch of lilacs and the hair trunk belongs to.
Hartfield will only put her out of conceit with all the other places she belongs to.
Yes; and the set of breakfast china is twice as handsome as what belongs to this house.
Now, I'll teach you to rummage my bookshelves: for they ARE mine; all the house belongs to me, or will do in a few years.
Pendril," interposed Norah; "I think I understand, from what you have just said, that our house and everything in it belongs to -- ?
Oh no, if you please'm; that one belongs to old Mrs.
Concerning Thought, we may assume what is said in the Rhetoric, to which inquiry the subject more strictly belongs.
For instance, the individual man is included in the species 'man', and the genus to which the species belongs is 'animal'; these, therefore-that is to say, the species 'man' and the genus 'animal,-are termed secondary substances.
It belongs to King Grisly-beard,' answered he; 'hadst thou taken him, all had been thine.
It is one of the loveliest and kindest books that ever was written, and my heart belongs to it still; to be sure it belongs to several hundreds of other books in equal entirety.
The throne belongs to whoever is able to take it," answered Jinjur, as she slowly ate another caramel.
Hunger, my boy, is no reason for taking something which belongs to another.