- v. Simple past tense and past participle of belong.
“His name belonged elsewhere; it was a name she might breathe on glass or whisper to herself when things were harder than she had ever imagined that anything could become.”
“But then she flushed to remember the name belonged to the boy who had stuck a bag of Halloween candy into the inkwell of her old desk.”
“Responding to CNN's D.L. Hughley's statement that Rush is the "de facto leader of the Republican party," Mr. Steele said that the title belonged to him and went on to say that Rush is a "mere entertainer" whose show is "incendiary" and "ugly.”
“In 428 AD, the title belonged to Geiseric the Lame (or Genseric) who ruled for 50 years and transformed his Germanic tribe into a major Mediterranean power after he invaded North Africa to pillage and plunder.”
“While the IFP source said Mr Buthelezi had not been elected, resolutions from chiefs at the meeting confirmed the title belonged to Mr Buthelezi.”
“Hellenic era, the term belonged to a group of terms and locutions that designated harmony, rhythm, bal - ance, equipoise, stability, good proportions, and even - ness of structure.”
“The trademark office has already denied both filings, saying the name belonged to a "very famous infant " and consumers would falsely assume that the products were approved by the celebrity parents.”
“But as he made his name in the Sao Paulo first team, it hardly seemed appropriate that the name belonged to an idol of local rivals Corinthians.”
“Geoff Ogilvy took him out in 2009 and this year, the title belonged to his Ryder Cup teammate.”
“Who came up with the inane rule that only liberals can hurl an accusation of racism, as if the term belonged to the left exclusively?”
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From the Brooklyn Bridge to St. Petersburg /
In every boardroom or boudoir across the world /
From the Fall of Rome to the Renaissance /
Through Reformation, Cold War, Vietnam.
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