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use "belong" in a sentence

And more importantly, that there is a sense that we don't belong.

This one seems that they belong to reputable organizations.

Mrs Shiner said that DC Spicer knew the bike did not belong to him.

The Fiesta's giant headlights seem to belong on a much pricier car.

The car, she said, appeared to belong to a woman named Sasha Eddins.

They didn’t have pimps and they didn’t “belong to the house.”

They belong to a group of individuals who invented astronomy and math.

“They don’t belong to churches, they don’t belong to things,” he said.

That number was later found to belong to Martin Couture-Rouleau.

International Edition Racist letter to family: 'You don't belong here!'

Sometimes he determined that previously recorded deaths did not belong.

But I am very clear that solidarity and solidity belong together.

But they don't belong in children's mouths, as they can be toxic.

Severed, incomplete; a beautiful home you simply can't belong to anymore.

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