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Here are a few connotations of the verb “claim”:
This matter claims attention.
Magical properties are sometimes claimed for certain medicines.
The discoverer claimed the island for the nation.
He claimed the victory.
He claimed that he'd been cheated.
You should be able to claim against the car insurance.
She claims to own this property.
We have to claim to be exempt.
We must to claim one's right.
I claim that the hearing should be postponed.
The young prince has to claim the throne.
May I not claim your confidence?
We have the intention to claim on you.
I claim that it is false.
He is claimed to be the only survivor.
He claimed to have reached the top of the mountain.
He claimed to be the best tennis-player in the school.
Compensation could be claimed against the government for the loss to the owner.
The Hillsborough Stadium disaster claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool supporters.
Regarding to the noun “claim” the things are a far cry from this above.
a far cry = very different from