Oraciones con la palabra "right"

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  1. M: It is all right.
  2. She was right so far.
  3. To the right of the.
  4. Right to Work Laws, n.
  5. For once I was right.

  6. I can call right now.
  7. He is right about that.
  8. Right now he means it.
  9. Mars was to his right.
  10. Ava went right to him.
  11. But that was all right.
  12. Ch’o: And I was right.
  13. The wind was not right.
  14. I see that he’s right.
  15. His right arm is aching.

  16. Right now he had that.
  17. He was right, of course.
  18. She had every right to.
  19. Walk on the right path.
  20. She was right of course.
  21. It was the right one.
  22. She would be all right.
  23. He earned the right to.
  24. Yes, you heard me right.
  25. It seems I was right.

  26. The Romans had it right.
  27. We were doing all right.
  28. So there we are, right.
  29. Well, yes, she was right.
  30. I hope he‘s all right.
  31. The right hand was gone.
  32. Right away get into the.
  33. The right is on our side.
  34. No it wouldn't be right.
  35. Bahkmar set right to work.
  36. He was rustic, all right.
  37. Right now he had neither.
  38. The hens got right to it.
  39. But he was right on the.
  40. Give it to me, right now.
  41. We’re in the right spot.
  42. I am right, you are wrong.
  43. I warmed to him right away.
  44. We need to talk right now.
  45. Right now it was Noonsleep.
  46. Alan was right behind her.
  47. Shit, they got that right.
  48. This woke me up all right.
  49. Once again, she was right.
  50. No that wouldn't be right.
  51. Right now, there is Laino.
  52. You know you are right.
  53. This will be all right.
  54. God's Word is always right.
  55. Right where he had left it.
  56. He didn't answer right away.
  57. Elizabeth sat on his right.
  58. Flavio rubbed his right ear.
  59. They seek change all right.
  60. You damn right I said.
  61. All right, get them out.
  62. Katie’s right - it is Jo.
  63. And, he may be right, God.
  64. He was right there with me.
  65. There's water on the right.
  66. It was right there, right.
  67. By the Light, he was right.
  68. And Elior was always right.
  69. It were right 'andy really.
  70. You’re on the right track.
  71. It was their right to keep.
  72. It worked, you were right.
  73. In that case, he is right.
  74. It's not in the right place.
  75. She was right about Erudite.
  76. We went to visit right away.
  77. Then it jumped to the right.
  78. Right? So half-truth it was.
  79. You saw right, he said.
  80. The coma set in right after.
  81. I had every right to—.
  82. He was right about her hair.
  83. We have a right to speak.
  84. Elliott so right to her face.
  85. By the Dark! Why right now?
  86. On the right, was the newly.
  87. Righli held up his right hand.
  88. Right now, hes on probation.
  89. He squatted right next to her.
  90. I hate it when she’s right.
  91. Michael was right behind her.
  92. Ripped right down its length.
  93. But it is right to celebrate.
  94. My mind was not working right.
  95. It looked right but smelt odd.
  96. It is our only base right now.
  97. She was right about one thing.
  98. She was right: Sylvia had left.
  99. That was the deal, right?
  100. I’ll be right back with.
  1. The process of righting wrong had begun.
  2. Righting himself, Locke saw Hiss had Ames in his sights.
  3. I realized our arms were touching because he was righting with his left hand and me with right.
  4. Righting myself, lurching in the doorwise direction, I decided it didn't matter if it was really real.
  5. Righting herself to a sitting position though, she realized she could close the banging doors from where she sat.
  6. Just so you know there’s no shame in righting a wrong, Peggy is currently in the process of recanting that alibi.
  7. His brain was righting itself and as his fried memory fell into place, depression settled squarely onto his shoulders.
  8. The crash had to come; the sooner the better—when a thing is wrong, each day’s delay compounds the cost of righting it.
  9. Righting himself, he focuses on the rain falling on his pursuers, and the water rivulets running down the cobblestone street.
  10. A panic stricken U turn caused an oncoming car to throw out all the anchors and skid wildly before righting itself and driving on.
  11. The following is a summary of the five phases that help you orient others to your re/org and help get started righting the enterprise.
  12. People were safe and alive, far be it for him to blunder in righting wrongs that were not even considered wrongs by many of the people involved.
  13. Unless copper disappears permanently from use as an industrial and communications material, the supply and demand cycles have a way of righting themselves.
  14. The following case studies are included in the Righting the Enterprise for illustrative purposes and to further describe how the Re/OrgSystem was used to re/organize representative enterprises.
  15. Through two lives of vast influence he patiently did my work, righting wrong and introducing a noble ideal in his life as a ruler, and spreading abroad the teaching of love and purity and unworldliness in his incarnation as a monk.
  16. Don Quixote, a Spanish gentleman, has his head turned as a result of excessive reading of romances, and, attended by his fat, vulgar squire, Sancho Panza, scours Spain, righting wrongs and rescuing fair damsels, in the fashion of the knights of old.
  17. In short, his wits being quite gone, he hit upon the strangest notion that ever madman in this world hit upon, and that was that he fancied it was right and requisite, as well for the support of his own honour as for the service of his country, that he should make a knight-errant of himself, roaming the world over in full armour and on horseback in quest of adventures, and putting in practice himself all that he had read of as being the usual practices of knights-errant; righting every kind of wrong, and exposing himself to peril and danger from which, in the issue, he was to reap eternal renown and fame.
  18. This reflection kept me perplexed and longing to know really and truly the whole life and wondrous deeds of our famous Spaniard, Don Quixote of La Mancha, light and mirror of Manchegan chivalry, and the first that in our age and in these so evil days devoted himself to the labour and exercise of the arms of knight-errantry, righting wrongs, succouring widows, and protecting damsels of that sort that used to ride about, whip in hand, on their palfreys, with all their virginity about them, from mountain to mountain and valley to valley--for, if it were not for some ruffian, or boor with a hood and hatchet, or monstrous giant, that forced them, there were in days of yore damsels that at the end of eighty years, in all which time they had never slept a day under a roof, went to their graves as much maids as the mothers that bore them.
  1. That omission must be righted.
  2. The enemy ship righted itself.
  3. All illusions of the body will be righted.
  4. He righted us, holding me gently by the shoulder.
  5. Lenny righted himself and got his head above 282.
  6. The ship righted and they took turns at the porthole.
  7. When he heard my voice it righted him up some, but he.
  8. When the five rats got to within a foot of me, I righted.
  9. Justice was served; wrongs long ignored were righted at last.
  10. The video I put together was a composite of copy righted material.
  11. As the chanting filled the church, he righted the reliquary, which seemed.
  12. When he righted himself, I was shocked to see blood trickling from his nose.
  13. Ben righted himself, as did Samsung, and they pulled Keegan up to their level.
  14. By the time he’d fallen 50 meters and almost righted himself, Burn was on him.
  15. And if there has been anything crooked about our management, it shall be righted.
  16. Luckily she righted the platter and continued into the dining room without mishap.
  17. Hester righted herself, and tried to straighten out her short graying hair a little.
  18. She sighed and grabbed him as he lurched to one side, righted him, and shook her head.
  19. Philemon and Otho together had righted the altar, setting it squarely on its platform.
  20. With a terrific snap, every fastening went adrift; the ship righted, the carcase sank.
  21. Both Grievers had righted themselves and extended their spikes, had started moving toward them.
  22. When at last the shaking had stopped, Lord Tregannon seized the tumbled chair, righted it and sat down.
  23. When she righted herself again, he suddenly ran toward her, though, raising his sword to hit her shoulder.
  24. And hey, with the rover righted, I get to use the bedroom again! It’s the simple things in life that matter.
  25. But when Mystic righted herself after that knockdown, he fell away from the wheel in mortal, speechless terror.
  26. It is important that some be broken from this or be righted on their path away from what they were currently pursuing.
  27. The one who’d leaned his forehead against hers as if the universe had righted itself when he learned of her innocence.
  28. We popped up bottom up, slammed back down on our faces and gradually righted to endure the same pounding for hours more.
  29. He, relieved to have righted what he saw as a wrong; me, uplifted by the proof that my feelings and hopes were validated.
  30. Everything spun to a stop and when I turned back, righted, I saw he was standing in the centre of the hall, his sword drawn.
  31. I had not spoken, 'Yes, now,' and as the ship righted herself and for the moment ran into calmer waters, Julia led me below.
  32. When great wrongs are to be righted, when the public heart isflaming with passion, that is the occasion for memorable speaking.
  33. He seemed to be following the many tracks straight for the now-distracted Yigal and Naaman as they helped the last wagon to be righted.
  34. It wasn’t until the capsule finally righted itself in the thickening atmosphere that he saw there was indeed a shuttle following him.
  35. I understood that he had something to say to me so I righted myself and then cropped up my ears, zooming in on him with my eyes in the process.
  36. When I righted myself he’d disappeared around a corner, and the dizziness traveled to my head so that all was confusion for the next few seconds.
  37. It seemed to last hours, but finally it stopped as the ship righted itself and we were no longer staring up at the stars but were traveling through them.
  38. In his blind haste he caromed from the side of the door, righted himself, and fled through the adjoining chambers, still screaming at the top of his voice.
  39. Blood oozing, he righted himself and charged at Leo who remained slightly crouched in full view as if challenging the monster, his insanely slender spear firmly horizontal.
  40. As it moved further away, the Pa Nun began an easy slip over as it righted itself in the Universal Up, oriented towards Galactic North, as recognized by the Federation.
  41. At that moment a mountainous wave struck the yacht, making her careen so violently that the mast seemed to touch the sea, and when she righted herself the lowest man was gone!.
  42. But he hung on through the violent turbulence, holding his breath, came up on the other side, righted himself and powered on until he made it out all the way through the break.
  43. Alan's weight almost made the android topple but with enough effort that Desa could hear the motors whirr from here, it righted itself and dragged Alan back to the opposite shore.
  44. That instant, as he fell on the whale's slippery back, the boat righted, and was dashed aside by the swell, while Radney was tossed over into the sea, on the other flank of the whale.
  45. On the way he came upon a bush, his gallant horse cleared it, and almost before he had righted himself in his saddle he saw that he would immediately overtake the enemy he had selected.
  46. We calmly clambered out a window, one of the girls rescued the eggs, and it wasn’t till after we’d been righted and towed to a garage that the red-head said quietly, I think I've broken my collarbone.
  47. Parker righted the plane and concentrated on recovering flying speed as Bannister slammed his fighter into a wrenching turn, dove past the struggling O-1E and started firing into the tiny area directly ahead of Parker.
  48. Somewhat daunted, Jo righted herself, spread her handkerchief over the devoted ribbons, and putting temptation behind her, hurried on, with increasing dampness about the ankles, and much clashing of umbrellas overhead.
  49. Fortunately her equipage was now seen approaching in the charge of two park policemen, who had stopped the horses about a mile further on, righted the sleigh and now brought it back not much the worse for the misadventure.
  50. Its spectacular achievement had been in giving a sell signal, at 306, about a month before the 1929 crash and in keeping its followers out of the long bear market until things had pretty well righted themselves, at 84, in 1933.
  51. No, those sensations seemed to be things of the past, to be things which had righted themselves and grown old, to be things concerning which we needed to trouble ourselves no longer, since, for us, life was about to begin anew.
  52. The regimental commander, flushing, ran to his horse, seized the stirrup with trembling hands, threw his body across the saddle, righted himself, drew his saber, and with a happy and resolute countenance, opening his mouth awry, prepared to shout.
  53. The man was so hard he did not let himself fall, not even when Arthur hit him again; only this time Uthyr stumbled and his knees gave way, but he righted himself as I stepped between them and swung the sword at his neck, holding it against his skin.
  54. Reaching the bottom of the ladder and entering the cross tunnel, she righted herself, feet down, then allowed a few small bubbles to escape her lips while she looked down the tunnel in both directions, keyed for any approaching, unanticipated threats.
  55. And then Dee had come along and Lydia had righted her life and she’d met Rick and Paul Scott had gotten shoved into the back of her mind the same way she had pushed back all the awful things that had happened during what she thought of as The Bad Years.
  56. I have redressed injuries, righted wrongs, punished insolences, vanquished giants, and crushed monsters; I am in love, for no other reason than that it is incumbent on knights-errant to be so; but though I am, I am no carnal-minded lover, but one of the chaste, platonic sort.
  57. The result was, what is called in geometry, the symmetrical image; so that the writing, reversed on the blotter, was righted in the mirror and presented its natural appearance; and Jean Valjean had beneath his eyes the letter written by Cosette to Marius on the preceding evening.
  58. What with the cries aboard the steamer, and the furious blowing off of her steam, and her driving on, and our driving on, I could not at first distinguish sky from water or shore from shore; but the crew of the galley righted her with great speed, and, pulling certain swift strong strokes ahead, lay upon their oars, every man looking silently and eagerly at the water astern.
  59. Thus did the valiant Don Quixote right that wrong, and, thoroughly satisfied with what had taken place, as he considered he had made a very happy and noble beginning with his knighthood, he took the road towards his village in perfect self-content, saying in a low voice, Well mayest thou this day call thyself fortunate above all on earth, O Dulcinea del Toboso, fairest of the fair! since it has fallen to thy lot to hold subject and submissive to thy full will and pleasure a knight so renowned as is and will be Don Quixote of La Mancha, who, as all the world knows, yesterday received the order of knighthood, and hath to-day righted the greatest wrong and grievance that ever injustice conceived and cruelty perpetrated: who hath to-day plucked the rod from the hand of yonder ruthless oppressor so wantonly lashing that tender child.
  1. The rights are only $2.
  2. I have rights, damn it!.
  3. I always sold the rights.
  4. And I read him his rights.
  5. They had her dead to rights.
  6. And I am within my rights.
  7. I have no rights whatsoever.
  8. Bill of Rights in this country.
  9. This License and the rights.
  10. I have rights, I am his equal.
  11. There is an end of their rights.
  12. These are the only real rights.
  13. Employee rights may be included.
  14. It was a grant of rights, ser.
  15. With Master Resell Rights, you.
  16. States rights against the Union.
  17. YOU THE RIGHTS CONTAINED HERE IN.
  18. She was a slave and had no rights.
  19. Vampires have very limited rights.
  20. You don’t care about his rights.
  21. Here is a summary of your rights:.
  22. In fact, they had no rights at all.
  23. Equal rights were swept under the.
  24. Another rent in the Bill of Rights.
  25. He had revoked my visitation rights.
  26. By rights the man should be a Major.
  27. There were the recipient’s rights.
  28. Will she then respect our rights? No.
  29. Rights offerings are relatively rare.
  30. I have rights, I said emphatically.
  31. Where are our sacred individual rights.
  32. That’s where reprint rights come in.
  33. Reprint rights are simply the rights.
  34. Certain rights and privileges for the.
  35. He was the master, and I had no rights.
  36. The rights of danger threatened her pet.
  37. Scared sheep will give up their rights.
  38. The duty to respect the rights of others.
  39. Indian lands within a State, rights over.
  40. SELL the rights to that product to others.
  41. Also known as PLR, Private Label Rights.
  42. It was fought because of property rights.
  43. Woman is deprived of rights from lack of.
  44. He'll put all to rights as it says in an.
  45. Without this, no other rights are possible.
  46. So we have more rights issue fun and games.
  47. It is maritime rights for which we contend.
  48. Consumers need to stand up for their rights.
  49. He was well within his rights at this point.
  50. Big Earl, you got me dead to rights, man.
  51. Constitution with a Bill of Rights, and one.
  52. A poor man is still a man with legal rights.
  53. I support minority rights (eg gay marriage).
  54. The necessity of rights naturally arises.
  55. Some argue legal rights for sharks and dogs.
  56. The ground of rights buries the self in the.
  57. The Civil Rights Act opened up possibilities.
  58. Our traditions protect the people’s rights.
  59. Where a few rich Burgers gained a few rights.
  60. He drew the line at rights for women, though.
  61. Ah yes, yes!—but that isn't the rights o't.
  62. They lost all rights to the Holy Land then.
  63. Our basic human rights are centuries obsolete.
  64. I never was no hand to stand up for my rights.
  65. They couldn’t vote and didn’t have rights.
  66. These are rights given to man from our Creator.
  67. The city appears to like the Flybe rights issue.
  68. The Rumford would plead his rights and they'd.
  69. And here at the bottom is a waiver of rights.
  70. Truth 5: Creditors Have Only Contractual Rights.
  71. Porter, "Free trade and sailor's rights," 617;.
  72. Who have the rights of the helpless poor denied.
  73. After the Bill of Rights have been practically.
  74. The rights of all independent nations are equal.
  75. This decision gave special rights to homosexuals.
  76. The moral rights of the author have been asserted.
  77. It got buried by the talk of rights and pyramids.
  78. Too many demands for rights by the lower classes.
  79. He gave the American consumer four basic rights:.
  80. And rights, of course you want to know about that.
  81. Only the negroes had rights or redress these days.
  82. Let the players have unlimited customizing rights.
  83. I know I have no rights to call myself your father.
  84. Rights of the accused to counsel and trial by jury.
  85. Feeney read him his rights and Hal shouted over her.
  86. The rights granted to You under this Licence shall.
  87. Today, this practice is considered a human rights.
  88. Critics have not only pointed out the human rights.
  89. Here’s where the real money is in reprint rights?
  90. You Have Full Master Resale Rights To This Product;.
  91. Our neutral rights are violated by the belligerents.
  92. Jack Drayton, by rights, ought to have been poisoned.
  93. So long as it continues, it does abandon our rights.
  94. Human Rights Act – equality in the eyes of the law.
  95. Godwyn is entirely within his rights, she said.
  96. He was an author, statesman, and civil rights leader.
  97. So what? Inalienable rights are not affected by race.
  98. The human rights lawyers will be watching every step.
  99. Barbie could shoot him and be well within her rights.
  100. The people who live there still have transport rights.

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