Belongs

Some articles on belongs, belong:

Mampathy
... One belongs to Thengolil thankachan, at the center of Mampathy ... Another one at the boundary of Mampathy, belongs to Pediakal Manoj family ... Third one is at the other end and belongs to Jose Kutty, he is teacher also ...
Appurtenance
... Appurtenances is a term for what belongs to and goes with something else, with the appurtenance being less significant than what it belongs to ... idea being expressed is that the back-yard "belongs" to the house, which is the more significant of the two ... Minnesota adopted the following definition of an appurtenance "That which belongs to something else ...
Social Christianity - History - Eastern Orthodox Church
... the defrauder? One who takes away what belongs to everyone ... naked and does not—should not he be given the same name? The bread in your hoard belongs to the hungry the cloak in your wardrobe belongs to the naked the shoes you let rot belong to the barefoot the money ...
My Heart Belongs To Daddy (disambiguation)
... My Heart Belongs to Daddy" is a song by Cole Porter, and it may also refer to "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" (Desperate Housewives), an episode of the TV series My Heart ...
Sakit - History
... the building of the Mosque one inscription belongs to the period of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban(1266 to 1287 CE) another belongs to Shershah Suri (1540 to 1545 CE) and the third one ...

Famous quotes containing the word belongs:

    “If she belongs to any besides the present, it is to the next world which artists want to see, when paganism will come again and we can give a divinity to every waterfall.”
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    The thing that teases the mind over and over for years, and at last gets itself put down rightly on paper—whether little or great, it belongs to Literature.
    Sarah Orne Jewett (1849–1909)

    The thing that teases the mind over and over for years, and at last gets itself put down rightly on paper—whether little or great, it belongs to Literature.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)