rite vs right

rite right

Definitions

  • 1) A religious custom.
  • 2) The prescribed or customary form for conducting a religious or other solemn ceremony.
  • 3) The liturgy or practice of a branch of the Christian church.
  • 4) A ceremonial act or series of acts.
  • 5) The act of performing divine or solemn service, as established by law, precept, or custom; a formal act of religion or other solemn duty; a solemn observance; a ceremony.
  • 6) an established ceremony prescribed by a religion
  • 7) Synonyms Form, Observance, etc. See ceremony.
  • 8) Hence Any ceremony or due observance.
  • 9) The manner or form prescribed for such an act; a ceremonial.
  • 10) A formal act or series of acts of religious or other solemn service, performed according to a manner regularly established by law, precept, or custom.

Definitions

  • 1) Something that is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature.
  • 2) An existing stockholder's legally protected claim to purchase additional shares in a corporation ahead of those who are not currently stockholders, especially at a cost lower than market value.
  • 3) Sports A blow delivered by a boxer's right hand.
  • 4) The opinion of those advocating such measures.
  • 5) The people and groups who advocate the adoption of conservative or reactionary measures, especially in government and politics.
  • 6) Baseball Right field.
  • 7) Something, especially humane treatment, claimed to be due to animals by moral principle.
  • 8) The right hand.
  • 9) A just or legal claim or title.
  • 10) The right side.
  • 11) That which is just, moral, or proper.
  • 12) A turn in the direction of the right hand or side.
  • 13) The direction or position on the right side.
  • 14) The negotiable paper on which such an entitlement is indicated.
  • 15) In or into a satisfactory state or condition.
  • 16) Most favorable, desirable, or convenient.
  • 17) Archaic Not spurious; genuine.
  • 18) In accordance with fact, reason, or truth; correct.
  • 19) Located on the right side of a person facing downstream.
  • 20) Of, relating to, directed toward, or located on the right side.
  • 21) Fitting, proper, or appropriate.
  • 22) Having the axis perpendicular to the base.
  • 23) Intended to be worn or positioned facing outward or toward an observer.
  • 24) Having a right angle.
  • 25) Conforming with or conformable to justice, law, or morality.
  • 26) Of, belonging to, located on, or being the side of the body to the south when the subject is facing east.
  • 27) Formed by or in reference to a line or plane that is perpendicular to another line or plane.
  • 28) Of or belonging to the political or intellectual right.
  • 29) Straight; uncurved; direct.
  • 30) In good mental or physical health or order.
  • 31) Exactly; just.
  • 32) According to law, morality, or justice.
  • 33) Chiefly Southern US Considerably; very.
  • 34) In the proper or desired manner; well.
  • 35) Accurately; correctly.
  • 36) Toward or on the right.
  • 37) Immediately.
  • 38) Completely; quite.
  • 39) To put in order or set right; correct.
  • 40) To make reparation or amends for; redress.
  • 41) To put in or restore to an upright or proper position.

Examples

  • 1) The prince will not be crowned until funeral rites for his father are completed, which could take a year.
  • 2) It's a rite of passage.
  • 3) Nowhere is this more apparent than at university where heavy drinking is'a rite of passage '.
  • 4) This period is undoubtedly exciting, a rite of passage and a time to study a favourite subject, make new friends and have some fun.
  • 5) Learning to drive was once an essential teenage rite of passage.
  • 6) We retain the funeral rites but we have become distanced from their content.
  • 7) This suggests that its construction was connected with harvest and fertility rites.
  • 8) Song and dance are the original patterns of most known religious rites.
  • 9) They were often used in funeral rites.
  • 10) Its rebuilding was at once a religious rite and a civic festival.
  • 11) She was granted only minimal funeral rites.
  • 12) Getting a driving licence will not be the rite of passage for their great grandchildren that it was for them.
  • 13) So they build a camera out of junk and re-enact the movie as a religious rite.
  • 14) Sure, rows with the home secretary are a rite of passage for ambitious ministers.
  • 15) As we shall be reminded next week, an awful lot has been invested in funeral rites.
  • 16) Such unions are not recognised in Britain so the religious rites are usually followed by a civil ceremony.
  • 17) Attitudes set out in each of these three rites of passage encourage a valuing of human life and an altruistic concern for each other.
  • 18) Students from middle-class homes regard university holidays as a rite of passage into adulthood and academics view them as a perk.
  • 19) Religious rites often encouraged this.
  • 20) For most of us the boundary between childhood and adulthood is more straightforward, and the rites of passage somewhat less daunting.
  • 21) Watch demonstrations of funeral rites, surgical techniques and combat using Viking weapons.
  • 22) The scheme did not apply to those seeking to marry in accordance with the rites of the Church of England.
  • 23) *short slllide to teh rite, short slllide to teh rite*
  • 24) One of the most important and solemn aspects of this rite is the way in which it leaves a true and powerful sense of absence at the death of Christ.
  • 25) They did not know that the actual music of the rite is also selected and contained within an official book of the Church.
  • 26) One of the most beautiful aspects of this rite is the special way in which this second Host is prepared for being brought to the Altar of Repose, before the communion of the celebrant.
  • 27) This rite is a vigil, not an anticipation, and in this sense one can say that the rite of Holy Saturday is the first part of unit, the second being the Mass of Easter itself which is celebrated on Sunday morning.
  • 28) In what he calls a rite of passage like a "Southern bar mitzvah," he says that, except for his toddler, "I've taught all my children how to shoot."
  • 29) The name of this particular rite is usually the first point of inquiry for many.
  • 30) Look here, to defend the old rite is not the same as being a worshipper of ancient times; it is to be “eternal”.
  • 31) He believes that the old rite is vastly superior to the Novus Ordo, indeed that the NO represents a radical breach in liturgical tradition, but at the same time is convinced that many so-called traditionalists are as much children of Vatican II, and of the Enlightenment, as the liberals are.
  • 32) It done be census season and they comin rite to my door!
  • 33) ‘The recipient must be an American boy or girl celebrating a religious rite: a first communion, confirmation, bar or bat mitzvah.’
  • 34) ‘Though suggestive of mystic, pagan rites of purification and primitivism, the film, like all true surrealism, outrageously defies attempts at pigeonholing analysis and close reading.’
  • 35) ‘It is thought they may have been killed as part of some religious rites but no one really knows and I wonder if, in the future, any finders of these human remains will be similarly appalled and mystified.’
  • 36) ‘The village was unable to help him, however, despite the number of religious rites they enacted.’
  • 37) ‘We pray to our own god and according to our own religious rites and traditions’ he explained.’
  • 38) ‘Some of the diary reads much like a tourist guidebook, describing wedding ceremonies and funeral rites, Afghan customs and consumer prices in Kabul.’
  • 39) ‘Feasting and sharing food are an important feature of traditional agricultural and religious rites.’
  • 40) ‘The Church of England still does not sanction remarriage of divorcees - i.e. they cannot be remarried using the full religious rite, though their civil marriages can be blessed by the church, and they can be admitted to communion.’
  • 41) ‘Homage is paid to them in annual rites of fertility, harvest, and the like.’
  • 42) ‘The earth is sacred, and no ploughing or sowing or reaping can take place without some religious rite.’
  • 43) ‘Article 17 insists that the dead be ‘honourably interred’ - if possible ‘according to the rites of the religion to which they belonged’.’
  • 44) ‘Preceded by elaborate communal rites and rituals, its end is to restore harmony and reinforce the social fabric.’
  • 45) ‘The impromptu funeral rites she performs are her amateurish attempts to clear her conscience of this terrible burden.’
  • 46) ‘He broke the white wafer into small pieces and placed one in his mouth, whispering the rites of Communion.’
  • 47) ‘The hotly contested question about cremation rites is not surprising, given their crucial status in the local religion.’
  • 48) ‘As I have mentioned, the sacrificial rite of kirasudj is held one month after the burial by adherents of traditional religion.’
  • 49) ‘In the black communities of the 1920s, funeral rites were both extremely important and rarely provided for financially.’
  • 50) ‘The third deals with burial rites, mourning, and other kinds of ceremonies.’
  • 51) ‘A second springtime fertility rite, in which unmarried women perform dances and songs, coincides with St. Lazar's Day, eight days before Easter.’
  • 52) ‘Major life transitions, such as birth, marriage, and death, are marked by religious ceremonies, often including both Voudou and Christian rites.’
  • 53) ‘Funerary rites involve either a church service or a civil ceremony, depending on the beliefs of the deceased and his or her survivors.’
  • 54) ‘Even now he is surrounded by his ministers and clergymen prepared to administer final rites.’
  • 55) ‘Byzantine rites and customs, in particular the practice of a married clergy, presented a serious problem for the established American Catholic world dominated largely by the Irish.’
  • 56) ‘Such rites are practised in joint consultative committees, grievance procedures, procedures for disputes resolution and the like.’
  • 57) ‘Unlike deliberately constructed visions, the myths we live and work by often remain unseen, residing incognito in our daily rituals, rites, customs, and metaphors.’
  • 58) ‘The rites and customs of the Old South no longer work.’
  • 59) ‘Many performers say such personal rites help them prepare mentally.’
  • 60) ‘Students at the local school always pull a series of pranks during rag week, and Raymond makes plans with his officers to keep these rites in check.’
  • 61) ‘From ancient times, the rites and rituals associated with bathing have assumed a special place in human culture and consciousness.’

Examples

  • 1) We met and it just felt right.
  • 2) Human rights groups point out that she has been denied access to a lawyer.
  • 3) People have the right to strike and have chosen to exercise their free right.
  • 4) We have to hope that the right one wins out.
  • 5) We look each other in the eye and we know if something is right.
  • 6) They have put pressure on her to sign away visiting rights to her daughter.
  • 7) Divorce lawyers told him he had to hand over the sum he got for the film rights.
  • 8) With your left arm, reach through the gap beneath your right arm, past your torso.
  • 9) The gesture involves touching the right shoulder with the left hand while pointing the right arm down.
  • 10) We have to make sure we get the right people.
  • 11) We need to back businesses right across the country and in all industries.
  • 12) This will stop you struggling to get it right in one go.
  • 13) Going green will cost too much right past it.
  • 14) We must be doing something right in training.
  • 15) Leaning to the left and right means that you can carve on pavements.
  • 16) No government has the right to use such force against its own people.
  • 17) You can put things right if you want to.
  • 18) Both can be effective but only if the right support systems are in place.
  • 19) The constitution denied women political rights for the time being.
  • 20) He also had the right kind of experience to understand and explain the crisis.
  • 21) There was something not quite right about him.
  • 22) What limitations should be placed on these rights and privileges?
  • 23) We will point them in the right direction and help them all the way.
  • 24) You could also use charts to establish whether it is the right time to buy a stock.
  • 25) The thinking is that getting the basics right is a step forward for most of us.
  • 26) It is not right that the company should be penalised in this way.
  • 27) It is important to ensure your books stay in good condition by keeping them in the right way.
  • 28) He said that arts and culture were not a sideshow but right at the centre of the economy.
  • 29) There is a huge gulf between disapproval and strong moral condemnation and the right to make a decisive intervention.
  • 30) These were put right after the tweet and he was given 60 credit.
  • 31) That\'s four wrongs in once sentence, and four wrongs don\'t make a right -- unless you\'re talking about \ "right\" - wing bias.
  • 32) My father used to say that if you waited for people to do the right thing for the * right* reason you'd wait forever.
  • 33) As such, its first amendment right to say whatever it likes ought to be protected, but not its \ "right\" to call itself \ "news\".
  • 34) A valid model is one which gives you the right answers … for the *right* reasons.
  • 35) All of our concerned righteous representitives will rise up and do the right thing.. support the soldiers and soldier families and sick uninsured children..right after they make sure the those honorable campaign conributors and patriotic lobbyists are taken care of first!
  • 36) Well, this is it, is good to know i was right all along, but we all knew that..right?
  • 37) Umm, yeah… the cute boy from England… right, right… that one…
  • 38) The man is to receive the ring from the priest with the three principal fingers of the right hand; and then, holding the _right hand_ of the bride with his own left hand, he shall say, "With this ring," &c.
  • 39) A salad served with meat, at an informal dinner, is placed on the right side, _from the right_, the exception to the rule of serving from the left.
  • 40) The pony does not understand that; it is the slight pressure of the right rein on the _right_ side of the neck that turns him to the
  • 41) ‘What I'm saying is, is it actually right, is it morally the right reason to legalise the drug?’
  • 42) ‘I believe a change would not only be right for the CIU, but also morally right.’
  • 43) ‘This scenario no doubt raises questions as to whether it is morally right for a teacher to date a pupil.’
  • 44) ‘To say a certain type of behaviour has evolved is not to say it is morally right.’
  • 45) ‘If they can do it in a way that they feel is morally and ethically right, that's fine.’
  • 46) ‘Rallies and legitimate demonstrations are right and proper ways of making their feelings known.’
  • 47) ‘Conduct which is justified is right, or at least permissible, in the circumstances.’
  • 48) ‘The company is certainly right not to allow its business decisions to be dictated by a single ratings agency.’
  • 49) ‘Crucially, I also said he had done the right thing in recognising his errors and deciding to resign.’
  • 50) ‘You have to decide what you believe is right and recognise it is a very heavy responsibility.’
  • 51) ‘Readers may think I am wrong, but morally we must behave as though I was right.’
  • 52) ‘When we follow our conscience, we weigh the arguments and do what we recognise to be right.’
  • 53) ‘In all the circumstances, I do not think it would be right to allow Evans's conviction to stand.’
  • 54) ‘We demonise those that do not accept the system yet never question whether the system is right.’
  • 55) ‘She said that by not accepting the money, she would be admitting they were right.’
  • 56) ‘It is enough to say that we have always contended that it is right and proper that that decision is in the hands of the judges.’
  • 57) ‘I am satisfied, however, that it would be right to allow this evidence to go before the jury.’
  • 58) ‘In a civilised society, it can't be right to allow vulnerable people to effectively starve to death.’
  • 59) ‘Of course it is right that the legal profession should be accountable for its acts and defaults.’
  • 60) ‘Supporters emphasise the fact that they are truly in love and it is right that they can finally be together.’
  • 61) ‘Yes, yes, everything you say is right and true, but something about it just didn't quite cut it.’
  • 62) ‘It would be much better for all of us if they just gave us the choice, and the right facts.’
  • 63) ‘Did Hemingway know the right answer and not reveal it before taking his own life?’
  • 64) ‘Inland Revenue has the expertise and can ask the right questions to get the right answers.’
  • 65) ‘Those who had written the right answers were thrilled when each result was announced.’
  • 66) ‘Perhaps the answer is that both answers are right, but it all depends on which way you want to look at it.’
  • 67) ‘My short answer to that question is that there is no clearly right answer to it.’
  • 68) ‘To have a shot at winning the prizes all you have to do is give us the right answer to this question.’
  • 69) ‘Detailed answer feedback tells them what they got wrong, as well as highlighting the right answer.’
  • 70) ‘The Speaker is not a quizmaster who decides whether the right answer has been given to a question.’
  • 71) ‘For certain kinds of mathematical problem, computers have no short cuts to the right answer.’
  • 72) ‘He drew pictures instead of making calculations, and somehow got the right answers.’
  • 73) ‘Try a pop and movies quiz, with a prize for the child or group who gets the most answers right.’
  • 74) ‘Public opinion is not always right, and it is frequently mistaken about military action.’
  • 75) ‘Why would they wish to be seen as soft on drugs if they did not think their opinions were right?’
  • 76) ‘In my opinion, however, that is not the right conclusion to be reached from those authorities.’
  • 77) ‘While it is right that York is not preserved in formaldehyde, the sheer scale of development is troubling.’
  • 78) ‘We do not allow people a second try on a second question when they have so absurdly got it right the first time round.’
  • 79) ‘It's important to get the names of the various bits of our British islands and their inhabitants right.’
  • 80) ‘Another reason I try to get my facts right is that putting ideas on paper gives them weight.’
  • 81) ‘Not so, the masses are right to have their opinions and favourites - but that does not validate them.’
  • 82) ‘In my opinion, the Judge was right in the decision which he reached on the Second Issue.’
  • 83) ‘If the US is right, the doctrine is now established as part of the law of nations.’
  • 84) ‘If we prove right in our judgments, that would bear out in how events transpire.’
  • 85) ‘Two years there from now too, the German historians will accept that we're right.’
  • 86) ‘Where she was not right was in justifying the higher rate poundage on lower rateable values in Scotland.’
  • 87) ‘Again the government admitted, before the election, that its critics were right.’
  • 88) ‘I narrowed my eyes at him but let out a sigh and resigned myself to the fact that he was right.’
  • 89) ‘Socialist Review was right to say last month that confidence is beginning to return to the rank and file.’
  • 90) ‘North and East Yorkshire councils are right to exercise caution in reopening rights of way.’
  • 91) ‘North Yorkshire police are right to re-emphasise today that this is one of the safest places to live.’
  • 92) ‘However strongly a person may feel that he or she is right, human memory is notoriously fallible.’
  • 93) ‘If the government is right it has no reason to fear removing ministers entirely from the judgment process.’
  • 94) ‘In this respect, the Sangh Parivar is quite right in saying that facts do not matter.’
  • 95) ‘Manet thought his wife didn't fit into the picture; as a matter of fact he was probably right.’
  • 96) ‘The effect on his colleagues would have been only mildly eased by the fact that Laplace was right!’
  • 97) ‘I was sexually abused as a child by a relative and Mr Hearld is absolutely right, the effect never leaves you.’
  • 98) ‘He is absolutely right in saying that local children would benefit as the nearest play park is at least half a mile away.’
  • 99) ‘With the exception of Jonny Wilkinson's superb try in the third Test, he is absolutely right.’
  • 100) ‘Mr Houseman is absolutely right to claim that the rateable system is unfair.’
  • 101) ‘He knew exactly what everyone had to do, who had to run where to make the right pass for that situation.’
  • 102) ‘If our attitude is right and everything goes according to plan, we could cause an upset.’
  • 103) ‘Tourism in York was now at about the right level according to the chairman of the English Tourism Board.’
  • 104) ‘On the surface it seems like the consultant had the right perspective of the situation.’
  • 105) ‘Well, that's simply not the right way to think about the situation, according to Microsoft.’
  • 106) ‘There is a fear that they made the right noises to calm the situation down and now it has all gone quiet.’
  • 107) ‘She nodded back at me and turned so we were both facing in the right direction, towards which we began to walk.’
  • 108) ‘He sounds just the right height to run the risk of encountering an accidental sharp elbow jab to the bridge of his nose.’
  • 109) ‘He turned 29 three days ago and could probably do a job for England in the right conditions.’
  • 110) ‘He argues that the two officers who had failed to make a match did so because they were not given the right conditions to do so.’
  • 111) ‘It's easy to listen to, but difficult to perform with the right balance, sound and atmosphere.’
  • 112) ‘He said people mistakenly believed that adding salt to water would create the right conditions.’
  • 113) ‘The timing is right and the climatic conditions just perfect to try out some of the ideas we have.’
  • 114) ‘Yesterday the various execs will all have sounded the right notes as they handled the various launches.’
  • 115) ‘In the right conditions this is an incredible dive, but most of us found it terrifying on this occasion.’
  • 116) ‘Just outside the forming neutron star conditions are right for this kind of nuclear alchemy.’
  • 117) ‘I realised that despite my best moral efforts I had not been able to sound the right chord.’
  • 118) ‘Part of being a truly smart person is to know which level is the right one at a given time.’
  • 119) ‘His current slump in form, a rare happening again, has to be viewed in the right perspective.’
  • 120) ‘It involves distorting an image so that it is unrecognisable unless viewed in the right way.’
  • 121) ‘For me, he was the right man at the right moment, and it doesn't surprise me that he is heading their next World Cup bid.’
  • 122) ‘He was an outstanding communicator who offered the right briefing at the right moment.’
  • 123) ‘Only by getting to know oneself can one make the right choices at crucial moments, Lee said.’
  • 124) ‘Something doesn't seem quite right at the very start of this disaster.’
  • 125) ‘But honesty didn't seem right at the moment.’
  • 126) ‘Making the right decisions will allow the team to perform at its best.’
  • 127) ‘Sometimes it can be genuinely disabling without the right treatment, if a nerve is trapped or a disc is bulging.’
  • 128) ‘She was very calm, knew what she was doing and brought it to the attention of the right authorities.’
  • 129) ‘I suspect the firefighters would accept such a deal if it were presented in the right way.’
  • 130) ‘Colin said that he would be keen to talk to anyone who thinks that they have the right kind of property in the area.’
  • 131) ‘Most right-minded people accept that there's a right time and place for a firework display.’
  • 132) ‘We would have to look at the prison rules and it would require a lot of work to achieve acceptance of people that this is the right way to go.’
  • 133) ‘Deciding the property was right for them, they put in an offer on the spot.’
  • 134) ‘Did they hold up in the face of criticism with the right combination of vulnerability and bravery?’
  • 135) ‘The right exercises with the correct volumes and intensities will give you what you seek!’
  • 136) ‘If you have the right elements at the right time, maybe it's true, anything can happen.’
  • 137) ‘The style Maudslay employed is deliberately a little archaic, and in my judgement exactly right.’
  • 138) ‘This goes beyond a matter of different opinions about who is right for the job.’
  • 139) ‘The widow, who was 56 at the time, had been on plenty of dates but she still hadn't met the right man.’
  • 140) ‘Bening plays the spirited Sue Barlow, a spinster who has waited to meet the right man.’
  • 141) ‘It will be a great way to meet the right people and to get my foot in the door.’
  • 142) ‘As the name suggests, this is a spectacular spring plant that will grow into a large clump if the conditions are right.’
  • 143) ‘Mr Allen said all the conditions were right for the AMRC in South Yorkshire to become a world leader.’
  • 144) ‘If weather conditions are right and the homemade snow settles, a snowball fight could be on the cards.’
  • 145) ‘If conditions aren't right, our vole populations will never get back to former levels.’
  • 146) ‘Tired of conflict, the negotiators swiftly agreed that two conferences a year sounded about right.’
  • 147) ‘He looks right and sounds good - jovial on the surface with menace always lurking beneath.’
  • 148) ‘As for the dub, it just sounded odd after seeing the original, the wolves didn't sound right for a start.’
  • 149) ‘So we just chose a place where we wanted it to end, and then tried to fade it out from a minute before and it didn't sound right.’
  • 150) ‘In fact, some of the noises the new creatures make don't quite sound right at all.’
  • 151) ‘We'd heard separately that the chip is due mid-March, so that sounds about right.’
  • 152) ‘It sounded about right but I'd never really thought of him in that way before.’
  • 153) ‘We don't have Zire or Tungsten packaging to hand, but those figures sound about right.’
  • 154) ‘This particular plane just didn't sound right, like a car with something wrong with the radiator.’
  • 155) ‘The Bolshoi Ballet is dancing, and everything seems absolutely right with the world.’
  • 156) ‘We've still got four games to put it right and, in my opinion, we need four points to secure a play-off place.’
  • 157) ‘Actually, look at it the other way: how easy is it, once your mind isn't right, for the body to give up?’
  • 158) ‘Some of those people want the service to be right and others want the financial side to be right.’
  • 159) ‘There was something that he didn't think was quite right with Matt and Dom's relationship.’
  • 160) ‘I just didn't feel right from the start of the race.’
  • 161) ‘He had a feeling that something wasn't quite right with the situation, but decided to let it slide.’
  • 162) ‘The woman grasps his ankles and the man places his left hand over her hip and props his body up with his right arm.’
  • 163) ‘She stood up, and balanced the basket on her hip though a stab of pain flashed up her body from her right leg.’
  • 164) ‘The first outwardly visible sign of change is in the body's right foot which has begun to spasm and move at the ankle.’
  • 165) ‘Use the same technique as above but add a twist, lifting your right shoulder towards the opposite knee.’
  • 166) ‘She extended her right arm towards the dragon, her hand shaking slightly with fear.’
  • 167) ‘Leave your hand on the wall and turn your body so the right hip and shoulder face the wall.’
  • 168) ‘In doing this, I levered a rock quickly out from the top section and watched it plummet towards my right foot.’
  • 169) ‘The youth was driven by ambulance to Lewisham Hospital with six puncture wounds around the right elbow.’
  • 170) ‘He said forensic experts concentrated on the right shoe, which had four hairs.’
  • 171) ‘After having them only a few weeks he noticed the pattern fading on the right shoe.’
  • 172) ‘Lift your right shoulder off the mat and touch your left knee with your right elbow.’
  • 173) ‘Pat began to have pains in her right hip and side and mild stomach upsets in January last year.’
  • 174) ‘He had a swollen right orbit, a laceration over the right elbow, and bloody discharge from both nostrils.’
  • 175) ‘A deformity in his right elbow has meant that he was up against great odds from the very beginning.’
  • 176) ‘He flung the cigarette to the ground and squashed it slowly with the toe of his right shoe.’
  • 177) ‘As to the ribs, Dr Williams found that Harry had suffered a fracture of the second right rib at the side under the armpit.’
  • 178) ‘One year before admission his right kidney had been removed because of renal cancer.’
  • 179) ‘He would grow increasingly frustrated and lose his temper because he could not use his right arm properly or hold a pen.’
  • 180) ‘It was true; Beth's right foot was clad only in a pink sock with a hole in the toe.’
  • 181) ‘It does mean, however, that a fast front crawl is as important as a strong right arm.’
  • 182) ‘I'm having to eat it it with my hands now and I'm making a right mess of my keyboard, oh yes.’
  • 183) ‘On top of nicking my biscuits they had also made a right mess when they made the tea.’
  • 184) ‘Laois is in a right mess and it will take a lot more than Paudi Butler to sort it out.’
  • 185) ‘At school Gareth looked a right mess.’
  • 186) ‘The only aggressive magick I've done was directed towards a right cow in the last place I worked.’
  • 187) ‘Looking back I suppose it was quite comical, we must have looked like a right old married couple.’
  • 188) ‘How this fits in with far right Conservatives' rampant xenophobia is beyond me.’
  • 189) ‘He uses his magazine the Weekly Standard to promote his hard right views.’
  • 190) ‘So it involves making it easier for parents to get their cars right to the school door at the expense of those of us who choose to walk.’
  • 191) ‘You used to be able to drive in in your car and pull right up to the plane and get on the plane.’
  • 192) ‘We walked down Downing Street right up to Number 10 and visited the Tower of London.’
  • 193) ‘At the beginning of the second year of the Billabong Odyssey, it was huge all the way from Jaws right round to Spain.’
  • 194) ‘They make a date to meet at the café the next day but when Henry shows up, Lucy just walks right by him.’
  • 195) ‘I put on my winter coat and walked out the front door right into the middle of the street.’
  • 196) ‘A glebe is a piece of land forming part of a clergyman's living, and right next door was the tiny church of St Edmund.’
  • 197) ‘I opened my curtains this morning and saw loads of police right next door.’
  • 198) ‘It is close to home and right next door to the playgroup he now attends.’
  • 199) ‘The nightclub Broadway is also right next door, so you will not have far to stagger after an evening out on the town.’
  • 200) ‘Why do some people insist on parking their cars right up on the path so people can't get past?’
  • 201) ‘When we were boys a lot of it was a slum - they cleared quite a few streets right in the middle.’
  • 202) ‘Nevertheless, he was engaged in a continual debate with Trotskyist ideas right up until his death.’
  • 203) ‘Nissan has given it a longer wheelbase than the old car, and pushed the wheels right out to the corners.’
  • 204) ‘Has the intrusion to the privacy of those living right next to the site been fully considered?’
  • 205) ‘Their main worry was the plan to move the public car park for the meadows right next to their homes.’
  • 206) ‘Here he is, right there, you can see the nine of clubs right next to the nine of hearts.’
  • 207) ‘Children and parents right throughout the country feel not enough is being done.’
  • 208) ‘So later this month a massive demonstration of farmers right across Europe will begin.’
  • 209) ‘If, unlike me, you have fond childhood memories of Thunderbirds, this is probably right up your alley.’
  • 210) ‘I stood up, thanked the officers, and stumbled back to my room with Max right behind me.’
  • 211) ‘Mitchell nodded and hurried down the stairs with his friends right behind him.’
  • 212) ‘Turning on her heal she ran back the way they had come, Elliot right behind her.’
  • 213) ‘The funnel stands upright from the superstructure, with a pair of ventilators right behind it.’
  • 214) ‘The bars are to be fixed in two directions right underneath the core of the cube, so they can take the full weight.’
  • 215) ‘In England right now, he has fallen well behind the man of the moment, the Scotsman David Moyes.’
  • 216) ‘Sora nodded, and grabbed her keys and she headed out the door with Vash right behind her.’
  • 217) ‘My best friend was really standing here right in front of me.’
  • 218) ‘I'm standing here right in front of you.’
  • 219) ‘She's standing here right in front of me.’
  • 220) ‘Which puts us right in the middle of the second point.’
  • 221) ‘Williams' vivid descriptions put you right in the middle of the action.’
  • 222) ‘But it's not always right under our noses.’
  • 223) ‘They're all so smart, but I was sitting right under their nose fooling them.’
  • 224) ‘I felt thirsty, yet the most important thing for me right now was to know where I was.’
  • 225) ‘One of the biggest concerns in Italy right now is the extent of spiralling wage bills.’
  • 226) ‘Things have never been better for farmers of all types in New Zealand right now.’
  • 227) ‘Hemp could be used in most of the pulp mills in the country as the situation stands right now.’
  • 228) ‘There is no anger here but perhaps that is a more accurate reflection of life in Britain right now.’
  • 229) ‘Josh moved back a little and then moved his head to the side so that he was right in front of my face.’
  • 230) ‘If you're on a tight budget, yet up for a right laddish drive, a coupe could well be for you.’
  • 231) ‘She's the one who gives you all your ideas and inspiration, but she's a right bad-tempered cow.’
  • 232) ‘They had directed traffic to ensure everyone got a right good view of the action.’
  • 233) ‘If you guess right you will appear to be a genius, if you guess wrong you will look foolish.’
  • 234) ‘Well, dirty or not, and doing it right or not, we in Ireland have well and truly woken up to sex.’
  • 235) ‘The ship's control party did every thing exactly right even though they were hurt as well.’
  • 236) ‘"The horse has done everything absolutely right today, " said Henderson.’
  • 237) ‘She wouldn't let you do anything unless you did it absolutely right.’
  • 238) ‘Because even if the media was doing things right, do you really think it can change the way things are?’
  • 239) ‘I had some action, caught a couple of nice fish, so I must have done something right!’
  • 240) ‘Obviously, if everything goes right we've got time to paint the car and all.’
  • 241) ‘If you expect to do everything right all of the time, then you can't afford to have a sense of humour.’
  • 242) ‘He tells me what he thinks: where the Conservatives are going right or wrong, what is good or silly.’
  • 243) ‘You control shot direction by moving a joystick left or right in the direction you want to place it.’
  • 244) ‘Walking through the hall, the eye is drawn left and right towards the side galleries.’
  • 245) ‘I was driving a car in London, turning right from a side road into a one way system.’
  • 246) ‘At the far side bear right and park where the road has become blocked with gravel.’
  • 247) ‘At the car park entrance turn right along the road to return to the junction by the bridge over the river.’
  • 248) ‘The marker posts lead under power lines to a hawthorn tree, where the path veers right, towards the ridge.’
  • 249) ‘Walk up onto the bridge and turn right along the road back up into Settle.’
  • 250) ‘There is a lifetime of joy and companionship to be had from owning a dog but he needs to learn right from wrong at an early stage.’
  • 251) ‘The point of punishment is to learn a lesson from it, to clearly see right from wrong.’
  • 252) ‘I believe it is nonsensical, and that God gave us the brains to know right from wrong.’
  • 253) ‘How else can children learn to think for themselves and distinguish right from wrong?’
  • 254) ‘I would presume since they think they are well informed they would know right from wrong.’
  • 255) ‘They have no respect, no sense of right or wrong, and no right to be even called human.’
  • 256) ‘If we were all mature and we all knew right from wrong, you know, the perfect world, then fine.’
  • 257) ‘The child feels a sense of right and wrong, believes right will win and wants to contribute to this.’
  • 258) ‘Not believing in God has nothing to do with not knowing the difference between right or wrong, good and evil.’
  • 259) ‘Some times, we need to pretend to be angry just for them to know right from wrong.’
  • 260) ‘He was truly an idealist, a man for the underdog, with a passion for justice and right.’
  • 261) ‘They taught me the importance of discipline and the difference between right and wrong.’
  • 262) ‘Perhaps wrong is the new right, in new-New Labour, just as dissent is the new unity.’
  • 263) ‘It is not for them to be concerned about the niceties of justice or right and wrong or guilt or innocence.’
  • 264) ‘Every child should be brought up to know right from wrong and to respect their peers and elders.’
  • 265) ‘The flying machine helped to set the world straight in terms of true and false, right and wrong.’
  • 266) ‘The right to privacy must be found to encompass the inner domain of thought.’
  • 267) ‘Some claim that city surveillance is a violation of one's right to privacy.’
  • 268) ‘Gibraltar and the Falkland Islands have the right to self-determination enshrined in their constitutions.’
  • 269) ‘But I don't have the right to vote in the next U.S. election.’
  • 270) ‘The educated have the right to vote, but they don't exercise it.’
  • 271) ‘Neither the government nor Labor had any popular mandate to violate fundamental democratic rights.’
  • 272) ‘The respondents in our sample do not agree with opposition to intellectual property rights advocated by the Open Source.’
  • 273) ‘Only if the basic fundamental rights are protected can a country succeed and prosper.’
  • 274) ‘She said that the experiment denied basic animal rights, and that the rats deserve free water.’
  • 275) ‘"Security and regulation must benefit the user and protect their fundamental right to privacy, " she said.’
  • 276) ‘Workers have been forced into seeking redress through exercising their individual legal rights rather than pursuing grievances through collective action.’
  • 277) ‘Representatives of education reform and workers' rights groups also attended.’
  • 278) ‘And it's hard to see how a Canadian court would uphold the aforementioned human rights abuses.’
  • 279) ‘Her aim is to safeguard employee privacy rights in the face of growing employer snooping capabilities.’
  • 280) ‘The respondent proceeded to exercise her right of appeal against the review decision of 26 November 2001.’
  • 281) ‘They have to learn to respect the right of other citizens to hold a contrary opinion.’
  • 282) ‘And what of the Prime Minister's attitude to workers' rights at home?’
  • 283) ‘The government has launched a full-scale onslaught on public sector workers' pension rights.’
  • 284) ‘Such conduct is part of every state's legitimate right of self-defense.’
  • 285) ‘The rule had been interpreted in a way which hindered the prisoner's right of access to the court.’
  • 286) ‘A sequel, Heart of Coal, has just been published and film rights have also been sold.’
  • 287) ‘Feature film rights to the novel have been kicked around Hollywood for some time, with Tom Cruise mooted to be involved.’
  • 288) ‘Marilyn Monroe had bought the film rights with a view to inviting Olivier to be her co-star and director.’
  • 289) ‘And how important are factors like television rights and media coverage?’
  • 290) ‘Tara Bangla, a Calcutta-based television station bought broadcast rights, and has screened the film on prime time.’
  • 291) ‘The broadcasters have paid large sums of money for the rights to televise Wimbledon, so they have a right to expect some give from the organisers.’
  • 292) ‘MGM bought film rights for $250,000 the highest sum ever paid for a stage property until then.’
  • 293) ‘Castlebar will be the only town in Ireland to stage this event and Channel Four have asked for exclusive rights to film the event.’
  • 294) ‘In 1985 the television rights came up for renegotiation and BBC and ITV offered £16m for four years.’
  • 295) ‘For the past year most people were under the impression that legislation was in place to avoid the television rights to key sporting events being sold off.’
  • 296) ‘There's an effort underway by Universal to acquire the rights to the first film.’
  • 297) ‘Television rights to the Davis Cup have been signed again by BBC Sport, following successful coverage of Great Britain ties.’
  • 298) ‘The programme is also a co-production with the Discovery Channel, which takes North American television and home video rights.’
  • 299) ‘He said he finally agreed to sell the film rights to Disney after a weekend of tense negotiations at his luxurious new house in Marrakech.’
  • 300) ‘With the success of the novel, film rights were snapped up by producer Walter Mirisch.’
  • 301) ‘In the meantime, she will earn her keep through merchandising, corporate events, filming rights, open days, and escorted tours.’
  • 302) ‘Director John Ford was drawn to the story and purchased the film rights, but it would be many years before he could actually make the film.’
  • 303) ‘He urged Harry Cohn, head of Columbia, to buy the film rights for him.’
  • 304) ‘The word is that Sony's Screen Gems division paid $4 million to buy rights to the film.’
  • 305) ‘Theatre producer Oscar Lewenstein, however, offered Hall a London production provided that the film rights were unsold.’
  • 306) ‘It took me a while to start it because the ignition was on the left side instead of the right.’
  • 307) ‘The second shot requires to be hit over the cross bunkers avoiding the River West Water on the right.’
  • 308) ‘The picture was brought in by Bill Cordukes, who can be seen on the second row from the front on the right.’
  • 309) ‘From the Durrow approach a new wall has been completed to the right in front of house at the cross roads.’
  • 310) ‘His new hair is reminiscent of a young Clark Gable, with a side parting slicked over to the right.’
  • 311) ‘Hedgerows and fields make up the left hand side of the path with the old canal on the right.’
  • 312) ‘On the extreme left, a featureless female sits at a table; another loiters outside on the right.’
  • 313) ‘Worse than that there is a right turn arrow painted on that one lane, for a side road going off to the right.’
  • 314) ‘The leaf on the left was collected in Antarctica, and those on the right from South Africa.’
  • 315) ‘Cross the road in front of it and join a main path from the right which leads to a wood through a kissing gate along the banks of Blea Tarn.’
  • 316) ‘Clench your right fist and draw it back to your side, the back of your hand to the right.’
  • 317) ‘There are three fixing points, two on the left hand side and one on the right.’
  • 318) ‘This can affect the ribs, which become prominent on one side, usually on the right.’
  • 319) ‘Then, all at once, the ship jerked to one side, causing the entire room to tilt to the right.’
  • 320) ‘There is a small bar area to the left as you walk inside and then the main dining room to the right.’
  • 321) ‘At the end of the loch, the track turns sharp left, in front of Lochan Dubh, before bearing round to the right.’
  • 322) ‘For example, one might be to the right and the other directly upwards, as shown in Figure 21.’
  • 323) ‘The green drops away on the left hand side, there is a big bunker on the right and trees all around.’
  • 324) ‘In the picture above, the entrance door is to the right and a makeshift extension to the front houses the kitchen.’
  • 325) ‘There is a long symbolic tradition in Ethiopia of movement towards the right or to the east.’
  • 326) ‘He needs ball winners of the quality of Keano to allow him to play down the right.’
  • 327) ‘Seven minutes later, a ball from midfield caught out Alcide and saw the pacy Gordon bear down on goal on the right.’
  • 328) ‘Within a minute Scott Barley made a low diving header following a cross from the right for goal number four.’
  • 329) ‘Five minutes later Corby doubled the score with a solo strike. He broke down the right from the halfway line.’
  • 330) ‘The lead was short-lived, Ovenden, in their first attack of the half, broke free on the right.’
  • 331) ‘He edged them two more points ahead before Queens looked certain to score on the right.’
  • 332) ‘Dom Grimes and George Ross worked tirelessly in midfield and Sam Pollock worked hard on the right.’
  • 333) ‘Alexandersson makes use of a lucky break in midfield to feed Larsson on the right.’
  • 334) ‘A diagonal run by David Ralph met a cross from the right at full pelt for the third goal before half time.’
  • 335) ‘Near half-time Pool's Martin Roberts broke away and fed the ball out to the right.’
  • 336) ‘Rebecca Cattle netted the opener after great play down the right by Lucy McNamara.’
  • 337) ‘From the start the Badgers played some lovely hockey exploiting the space down the right.’
  • 338) ‘Gavin Mahon may play down the right with either Nielsen or Stephen Glass down the left.’
  • 339) ‘Now Recoba picks it up deep, plays a beautiful pass in to Varela breaking down the right.’
  • 340) ‘Still the ball was re-cycled and whipped wide out to Kelley on the right.’
  • 341) ‘He is a classic winger and, even if he occasionally plays on the left for Denmark, he is more comfortable on the right.’
  • 342) ‘Ben Furness was driving Silsden forwards and Hoyle held the ball up well before feeding Rhodes on the right.’
  • 343) ‘Forder stepped up to do the honours and hit a firm shot into the bottom right.’
  • 344) ‘He found support from Hogg and although the move broke down, Taylor put Lee away down the right.’
  • 345) ‘Mackay then cut in from the right and smashed a powerful drive off the underside of the crossbar.’
  • 346) ‘The next challenge is a high speed right, nerves of steel will be required for this one.’
  • 347) ‘Somebody got ready to pit and Riggs obviously didn't know about it and slammed the brakes on and hung a right on me.’
  • 348) ‘Instead he countered with two lefts to the body, a right to the head and a left to the jaw.’
  • 349) ‘It's funny how bothered the right gets about any large leftist demo, perhaps feeling a little threatened.’
  • 350) ‘The right has done a wonderful job of making themselves seem like the victim when they are the ones running the show.’
  • 351) ‘What is difficult to understand is why so much deference is paid to the threats from the right.’
  • 352) ‘Unfortunately, many on both the right and the Left cannot seem to make that separation.’
  • 353) ‘The brilliance of the right was in wildly and irresponsibly staking outrageous positions.’
  • 354) ‘So the stock market will perform better when the Left is in the wilderness and the right is in the Oval Office.’
  • 355) ‘One is never enough because the Left is going to distort the facts just as much as the right.’
  • 356) ‘It all depends on whether the smaller parties are on the Left or the right.’
  • 357) ‘The parties of the Left and of the right are in conflict because they both aim at supreme power.’
  • 358) ‘The family crisis widely accepted on the right as well as the Left is an optical illusion.’
  • 359) ‘Propagandists and perpetrators were not only from the far right, but also from the Left.’
  • 360) ‘On the other hand, the roots of the hysteria of the right go far beyond nationalism and national security.’
  • 361) ‘The Orleanist monarchy had to weather a challenge from the right as well as from the Left.’
  • 362) ‘The years of independence have taught both the soft Left and the right that there are no simple processes.’
  • 363) ‘For one thing, this is a whiskery, reflexive old incantation of the right, that long ago lost any very vivid meaning.’
  • 364) ‘As an aside, I'm still trying to work out the logic of this shift to the right.’
  • 365) ‘What the right has been so effective at doing is moving the culture in their direction.’
  • 366) ‘This attitude alone explains a lot about why the right has gotten hold of the airwaves as effectively as it has.’
  • 367) ‘The Left can no longer afford to get wrapped up in the right's way of framing issues.’
  • 368) ‘She was a little dizzy from being righted to a standing position and Wrenn steadied her.’
  • 369) ‘The boat capsized once but righted itself in minutes.’
  • 370) ‘With a practised flip, he righted the dinghy and held it steady while we clambered aboard.’
  • 371) ‘Luckily, the boat righted itself after two minutes.’
  • 372) ‘The elevator was plummeting and then righted itself.’
  • 373) ‘Emergency and environmental services spent most of yesterday clearing up the spillage with low expansion foam before the vehicle could be righted using specialist lifting gear.’
  • 374) ‘After what seemed like five or ten minutes, the plane righted itself and the pilot came on the intercom saying that a ‘nasty man’ had tried to crash the plane.’
  • 375) ‘When I was sure the boat had righted itself I opened up the hatch and got out onto the deck.’
  • 376) ‘It righted itself and began to head for Washington again.’
  • 377) ‘Traffic crews then had to block all but one lane of the bridge while the crane righted the container.’
  • 378) ‘There were no injuries and the vehicle was safely righted shortly afterwards.’
  • 379) ‘As we righted our machines the bus arrived and I'd never seen people move as fast.’
  • 380) ‘Made of lightweight rip-proof nylon, the sturdy design is claimed to be resistant to strong winds, but can be easily righted if inverted.’
  • 381) ‘The organisers and planners spent nerve-wracking minutes as Perth went against all planning, going down stern first and initially listed alarmingly to port, before righting herself.’
  • 382) ‘Over the weekend, a team of navy divers, engineers and foreign consultants injected nitrogen into flooded compartments, partly righting it, Petrobras said.’
  • 383) ‘A few stinging shots flayed part of the hull, sending both Serge and Allicia tumbling around as the ship arched threateningly, before righting itself.’
  • 384) ‘As I continue with kayaking, I am becoming more proficient at righting my kayak and feeling more in control of my actions, more knowledgeable and less disoriented.’
  • 385) ‘The plane wasn't righting itself as it usually did.’
  • 386) ‘Faith nodded soundlessly as her saviour lifted her to her feet as if she weighed nothing, before releasing her so abruptly she staggered a little before righting herself once more.’
  • 387) ‘And if none of that worked, I'd go about the business of righting the ship.’
  • 388) ‘It fell back down to the ground and immediately began to right itself again.’
  • 389) ‘The harsh figures fly in the face of the bland assurances by certain economists and politicians that the US economy was righting itself after a temporary setback early in the year.’
  • 390) ‘In the long run, such a change has the promise of both righting the economy and undoing social wrongs.’
  • 391) ‘Given the progress that businesses have already made and the improving fundamentals for growth, the industrial sector - and the overall economy - may not be too far from righting itself.’
  • 392) ‘He righted his ruffled cloak, straightened his wrinkled shirt, and glared white hot anger at me.’
  • 393) ‘The foundation problems were solved, the grain elevator was righted, and it is still in use.’
  • 394) ‘In our RSB initiative we endorse the NC as a place to personally begin, or continue, the long journey of righting relations with the Earth.’
  • 395) ‘The righting of relationships in the whole community was inseparable from the experience of forgiveness from God.’
  • 396) ‘It was a situation that soon righted itself as numbers flocked through the door when the familiar sounds of Drive In Scene filled the room.’
  • 397) ‘That task falls largely to AIB chairman Dermot Gleeson, who must ensure that the internal structures of the bank are righted.’
  • 398) ‘At this moment he wearied, wishing for nothing but a pause released from time in which he might lie low until the world was righted.’
  • 399) ‘Treaty settlements - righting the wrongs of the past - have accounted for about 0.1% of total government spending in the past five years.’
  • 400) ‘And, let's face it, as well, I think, at that time, I also was attracted to the notion of being a trial lawyer, a courtroom lawyer, going in and righting the wrongs and defending the unjustly accused.’
  • 401) ‘Now, 50 years after his death, Emmett Till has inspired a documentary aimed at righting a historic wrong.’
  • 402) ‘In righting ancient wrongs, it has created modern tension.’
  • 403) ‘Thompson believes he is the man to start righting those wrongs.’
  • 404) ‘I suspect that his action is more motivated by desire for celebrity, notoriety and financial reward than righting injustices.’
  • 405) ‘Until this was righted, she would not return to live in Oz.’
  • 406) ‘The wrongs carried out by members of the Church's hierarchy must be righted, but Mr Ahern warned against shutting the Church out of the community.’
  • 407) ‘Perhaps these inequalities will be righted when the feminist revolution is more thoroughly assimilated.’
  • 408) ‘One of the longest-running musical miscarriages of justice will be righted when the York tenor behind a famous Christmas song is finally credited for his work.’
  • 409) ‘As the 1980s drew to a close, what made accountability so attractive was that, unlike mainstream reforms, it offered a coherent way of thinking about the problems plaguing the system and a plan for righting them.’
  • 410) ‘So Mo Mowlam went into exile and wrote her side of the story, determined to right the wrongs done to her.’
  • 411) ‘First of all, progress toward righting one of the economy's biggest imbalances, excess production capacity caused by overinvestment, has been greater than first thought.’
  • 412) ‘Japan has made scant progress in righting the long-term problems that have crippled its domestic economy.’
  • 413) ‘The outcome also satisfied the public sense of outrage at an obstinate governmental bureaucracy and at an injustice eventually righted.’
  • 414) ‘We must keep in mind that a settlement bill, while it brings to a conclusion a certain phase of a tribe's seeking to have injustice righted, by the same token also represents a beginning.’
  • 415) ‘Honest Reporting cannot possibly claim to be non-partisan: they are avowedly devoted to the cause of righting what they see as a shocking anti-Israeli bias in the western media.’
  • 416) ‘Mugabe defends the programme as a way of righting racial imbalances in land ownership inherited from British rule, and blames food shortages in what was a regional breadbasket on years of crippling drought.’
  • 417) ‘Environmental justice is the righting of the inequities of the past through laws, regulations, compensation, and removal of the causes of eco-injustice.’
  • 418) ‘Private analysts underscored the importance of righting unbalanced global economic growth, which is blamed by the US for feeding the US trade deficit.’
  • 419) ‘Both of the things he said had to be questions surely, I mean, French is not that different right?’
  • 420) ‘As long as he keeps his ugly face off screen, leaving only his annoying voice that is acceptable, right?’
  • 421) ‘After the game Devon would be telling his mystery girl his true feelings, right?’
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