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    1. need to have expectations, but you need to have the right kind of

    2. If you have that spark within you right now, even if you didn't have it before, and right now you have it, that's what I need from you

    3. “Kevin Harlow? That jackass doesn’t even have the right to come around here

    4. will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness

    5. we have the obligation and the right to do all that we can to undo

    6. It's a mean and harsh planet compared to this one when you get right down to it

    7. "You didn't want to hear that I was created from the Yingolian ghost, so I just never came right out and said it

    8. He got picked on in school as a kid for stuttering, so my parents told me never to pick on kids, which is fine, but their reasoning was more out of fear that the kid might “snap,” not because it was the right thing to do

    9. Sorry I overtaxed you, sorry it doesn't feel right to join with you now

    10. So there we are, right

    11. right now that is creating the life that I have?” In this moment, at this time, what everyone has right now in their life is a result of how they are being

    12. Oh right, thought Sam

    13. He couldn't believe Herndon was right about her, that she had been raised only to follow Ava on the trail of that cargo

    14. A lot of the people that you associate with right now might not be ready for change in their lives

    15. "I'm sorry, I promise I'll be back to explain when this is all over but right now I'm in a hurry, and I am under confidentiality oath

    16. “Who cares, the price was right

    17. A moose runs across the road right in front of us

    18. He wondered where she was now, playing in the snows of Kugenzglaw? Or did she experience one winter and head right back down to her old place down Sinbara point? What if she'd come up to the Wild Catch last Nightday?

    19. There are probably two dozen women in the town of Sinbara right now staring out the dingy window at their breakfast table and wishing there was someone there to share the view, or wishing they had a view in the sunshine at all

    20. The thunder came from something glowing, flaming, and falling from the sky, something coming in far too fast and coming right at him

    21. They turned right onto the tenth floor street of third canal, indoor at that point, and were immediately outside again between third canal and the yacht basin

    22. 2Chl: 31:20: And thus did Hezekiah throughout all Judah, and wrought that which was good and right and truth

    23. The crowd of spectators had a moment to look on in horror before Bob plowed right into them, knocking at least a dozen students to the ground and managing to land on a good number of them

    24. righteousness which means to be in right standing with

    25. This is a violation of the public’s right to know

    26. I told her she was right, of course, and we both agreed that we should take a step back and be friends

    27. "Then we could have stayed right in the basin

    28. Sniders had already given it to him, but he knew that students could get these things overturned if they said the right things to the principal

    29. I had copies of the paperwork, they pulled it off right under our noses

    30. “What are you looking at?” Ackers jumped right to the point

    31. He didn't answer, blew right by it urgently, "Did you say she is now living in the house with those papers?"

    32. As he spoke, the large image on the wall of the elevator continued to broadcast his image even though he was standing right in front of them

    33. He locks eyes with me as the right hand makes a fist, pumping a stabbing motion into an imaginary chest

    34. Kulai would have every right to leave her belongings in a crate by the door if she left with Herndon

    35. A relaxing, routine activity right before bedtime conducted away from bright lights helps separate your sleep time from activities that can cause excitement, stress or anxiety which can make it more difficult to fall asleep, get sound and deep sleep or remain asleep

    36. “I left my lunch right here, on this very spot

    37. Which leads to the proposition that television may actually have a limited role in heart health "if you watch the right shows and spend your time watching comedies rather than stress-provokers," Miller cautioned

    38. And then Ackers started up again right where he left off, completely oblivious to the tension in the room

    39. So right from the beginning we are providing them with the wrong inputs

    40. The question remains--when your grandchildren seem to have developed a different system of right and wrong than those of your youth, what is the proper response? Young in every generation have necessarily to change the way of life to get over stagnation and prosper

    41. … Joanna pregnant … that clobbers me right between the eyes and I pause, the cup halfway to my mouth while my brain catches up … but that was what Dan always wanted

    42. “Yes, you’re probably right,” The Operator said as he cautiously poked the keyboard and then jumped back quickly

    43. One has to highlight the rules of God about what is right and what is wrong in respect of serious problems like drugs, alcohol, pre-marital sex etc so that they can have the moral courage to refuse on their own

    44. Vinnie’s fingers from his right hand danced across the holographic keyboard as he tried to pull up any communication from his team

    45. Planting during the wrong time of year also exposes plants to insects that would not normally affect your plants, if they planted at the right time

    46. The Operator turned around to find that Johnny had taken the Super Chip right out of his hand

    47. The Larvae can live up to 6 months the pupae can live to a year until the conditions are right

    48. ‘Oh yes, she had the right temperament – caring but without getting emotionally involved, if you know what I mean

    49. ‘Why should I be judgemental? What right had I to judge? I had been married and had a family

    50. Ava was right about the fuel, it didn't reach to the tunnel, and they weren't there yet as the light of the next week came to an end

    1. By the time he’d fallen 50 meters and almost righted himself, Burn was on him

    2. We popped up bottom up, slammed back down on our faces and gradually righted to endure the same pounding for hours more

    3. 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

    4. But when Mystic righted herself after that knockdown, he fell away from the wheel in mortal, speechless terror

    5. The enemy ship righted itself

    6. All illusions of the body will be righted

    7. been trapped in traffic for additional hours while the truck was righted

    8. titled, righted itself, then was suddenly catapulted into the air

    9. Will never be righted

    10. 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

    11. 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

    12. When at last the shaking had stopped, Lord Tregannon seized the tumbled chair, righted it and sat down

    13. That omission must be righted

    14. wrong that had to be righted

    15. 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

    16. He, relieved to have righted what he saw as a wrong; me, uplifted by the proof that my feelings and hopes were validated

    17. 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

    18. When great wrongs are to be righted, when the public heart isflaming with passion, that is the occasion for memorable speaking

    19. 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

    20. 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

    21. It is important that some be broken from this or be righted on their path away from what they were currently pursuing

    22. When she righted herself again, he suddenly ran toward her, though, raising his sword to hit her shoulder

    23. towards her and then instinctively halted until she righted

    24. When the five rats got to within a foot of me, I righted

    25. thinking righted itself, new realizations replaced old assumptions

    26. 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

    27. ’ She righted the chair and sat down

    28. Lenny righted himself and got his head above 282

    29. Ben righted himself, as did Samsung, and they pulled Keegan up to their level

    30. “The video I put together was a composite of copy righted material

    31. 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

    32. It wasn’t until the capsule finally righted itself in the thickening atmosphere that he saw there was indeed a shuttle following him

    33. 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

    34. Hester righted herself, and tried to straighten out her short graying hair a little

    35. 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

    36. removed the pieces of broken mirror and righted the dressing table so that its angles were

    37. readied himself to jump in and help, but the two girls miraculously righted

    38. ” He righted her so she could crawl into the booth beside him

    39. Justice was served; wrongs long ignored were righted at last

    40. The ship righted and they took turns at the porthole

    41. Luckily she righted the platter and continued into the dining room without mishap

    42. 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

    43. 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

    44. 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

    45. He righted us, holding me gently by the shoulder

    46. righted her to standing

    47. 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

    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. 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

    50. Both Grievers had righted themselves and extended their spikes, had started moving toward them

    1. Righting herself to a sitting position though, she realized she could close the banging doors from where she sat

    2. 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

    3. 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

    4. 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

    5. The process of righting wrong had begun

    6. A panic stricken U turn caused an oncoming car to throw out all the anchors and skid wildly before righting itself and driving on

    7. “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

    8. His brain was righting itself and as his fried memory fell into place, depression settled squarely onto his shoulders

    9. Righting myself, lurching in the doorwise direction, I decided it didn't matter if it was really real

    10. Righting himself, Locke saw Hiss had Ames in his sights

    11. Righting himself, he focuses on the rain falling on his pursuers, and the water rivulets running down the cobblestone street

    12. we can to all others for this same end, to aid in righting the wrongs that

    13. I realized our arms were touching because he was righting with his left hand and me with right

    14. 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

    15. 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

    16. to her vexation stumbling over a high stump into the water, but righting herself with her strong, supple legs, she began making the circle which was to make all clear to her

    17. Just so you know there’s no shame in righting a wrong, Peggy is currently in the process of recanting that alibi

    18. Unless copper disappears permanently from use as an industrial and communications material, the supply and demand cycles have a way of righting themselves

    19. 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

    20. The crash had to come; the sooner the better—when a thing is wrong, each day’s delay compounds the cost of righting it

    1. She was a founder of a major study at the Kassikan, she has a small percentage to the rights to all Yingolian crystals

    2. For me, it is important to regard them as Citizens, who have full rights to participate in the affairs of the society and the community

    3. Deer, Rabbits and most wild life can be controlled by first understanding that they are living beings and have rights too

    4. He supported rights of individual ownership and fair interaction with people of other ethnic groups

    5. He has all rights

    6. The OAAU was an organization rivaled Thanksgiving feasts, or how we held our elders in focused on the fight for human rights of Afro-Americans and such high regard—the highest in fact, or how arriving on promoting cooperation among Africans and people of African time to an event was never as important as showing up in descent in the Americas

    7. African descent, were killed when an Alabama church was bombed in retaliation of the Civil Rights Movement

    8. Ethereead turned towards the rights and in a controlled

    9. Since Ava wasn’t around to catch him, he keyed in some override codes and enabled administration rights to his desk eye

    10. Arthur considered, and said, "That passage is held up as an ideal, but line three of that chapter tells us ‘The husband should give to his wife her conjugal rights

    11. Marriage is about more than sex and whatever the rights and wrongs, Alastair married Karen and promised to be faithful to her

    12. endanger the rights and freedoms of individuals, but we should

    13. 'His parents will have residency rights, too

    14. 1a, to guard his universe rights

    15. If it was in the Gordon’s Lamp system she would probably come here again, once she had her magic rights

    16. Unescorted women in Greek and Roman times did NOT have equal rights and they were confined to their cabin and had to call for escort to the head

    17. to everyone that she had sold the picture rights for the evening to

    18. Going through the Trust documentation, he points out the clause which says that Mum can assign her rights under the Trust … at least I think that is the phrase he used

    19. “And did those feelings then result in a selfless endeavor on your part to put things to rights? Or was it more often than not, a fleeting brush with the feeling which when interrupted by some other event or happenstance soon passed and left only the memory, or trace of an encounter with those feelings? That is the experience of most people

    20. As always, I conclude that, whatever the rights and wrongs of it, I love that man and as long as he wants me I shall be there for him

    21. I have seen a Man kill his own brother without hesitation, solely for breeding rights with a human female

    22. “This isn’t about Christmas or the Bill of Rights,” Heather began

    23. She was living on the property, and had been, long enough to secure her rights in the county

    24. told me he had come back to claim his rights as a

    25. agent was on him in a second, throwing roundhouse rights at high repetition

    26. Remember that your selling this book with reprint rights, which means when they buy the book they can sell it as well

    27. Internet marketers are still looking for reprint rights, but they don't want to sell more products on marketing and this is where you come in

    28. In both regulations, the sacred rights of private property are sacrificed to the supposed interests of public revenue

    29. one owns the rights to it

    30. She was a slave and had no rights

    31. He’d been adamant that she was nothing but a slave who lacked all rights

    32. She’s a foreigner in Babylon; she has no rights, remember!” Zarko’s voice had risen a few notches

    33. Not only the highest jurisdictions, both civil and criminal, but the power of levying troops, of coining money, and even that of making bye-laws for the government of their own people, were all rights possessed allodially by the great proprietors of land, several centuries before even the name of the feudal law was known in Europe

    34. Reus's father, Joseph Mallistrom, was the one who first gave his lieutenants sanction rights over every illegal action that the organization was thinking to take

    35. most of his life in very common circumstances, but now that he’s rich and sitting on the council, he’s thoroughly determined to preserve the oligarchy’s rights

    36. To prohibit a great people, however, from making all that they can of every part of their own produce, or from employing their stock and industry in the way that they judge most advantageous to themselves, is a manifest violation of the most sacred rights of mankind

    37. These causes seem to be, the general liberty of trade, which, notwithstanding some restraints, is at least equal, perhaps superior, to what it is in any other country ; the liberty of exporting, duty free, almost all sorts of goods which are the produce of domestic industry, to almost any foreign country; and what, perhaps, is of still greater importance, the unbounded liberty of transporting them from one part of our own country to any other, without being obliged to give any account to any public office, without being liable to question or examination of any kind; but, above all, that equal and impartial administration of justice, which renders the rights of the meanest British subject respectable to the greatest, and which, by securing to every man the fruits of his own industry, gives the greatest and most effectual encouragement to every sort of industry

    38. Employee rights may be included

    39. Hereafter, perhaps, the natives of those countries may grow stronger, or those of Europe may grow weaker ; and the inhabitants of all the different quarters of the world may arrive at that equality of courage and force which, by inspiring mutual fear, can alone overawe the injustice of independent nations into some sort of respect for the rights of one another

    40. Scott wondered if he should take it from the man’s hand to examine, but he had no way of knowing whether there was any point in trying to verify the information it contained – he could see from there something about Federal administration rights in security matters

    41. What was unbelievable was that recovering his family history had turned into a confrontation between the UN and Atlantica over water rights

    42. The persons entrusted with the great interests of the state may even without any corrupt views, sometimes imagine it necessary to sacrifice to those interests the rights of a private man

    43. The Royal African company, the predecessors of the present African company, had an exclusive privilege by charter ; but as that charter had not been confirmed by act of parliament, the trade, in consequence of the declaration of rights, was, soon after the Revolution, laid open to all his majesty's subjects

    44. The Hudson's Bay company are, as to their legal rights, in the same situation as the Royal African company

    45. notwithstanding the declaration of rights, they continued for some time to call interlopers, and to persecute as such

    46. It is by powerful protection only, that he can effectually guard himself against the bad usage to which he is at all times exposed; and this protection he is most likely to gain, not by ability or diligence in his profession, but by obsequiousness to the will of his superiors, and by being ready, at all times, to sacrifice to that will the rights, the interest, and the honour of the body corporate, of which he is a member

    47. The independent provisions, however, which in many places have been made for dissenting teachers, by means of voluntary subscriptions, of trust rights, and other evasions of the law, seem very much to have abated the zeal and activity of those teachers

    48. Anyone who remains here after my fleet leaves will be forfeiting their Earth citizenship and voting rights

    49. The rights, the privileges, the personal liberty of every individual ecclesiastic, who is upon good terms with his own order, are, even in the most despotic governments, more respected than those of any other person of nearly equal rank and fortune

    50. In Scotland, the most extensive country in which this presbyterian form of church government has ever been established, the rights of patronage were in effect abolished by the act which established presbytery in the beginning of the reign of William III

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    Synonyms for "right"

    right right field rightfield rightfulness right hand right wing correct rectify compensate redress veracious proper good ripe one right-hand all altogether completely entirely totally whole wholly mightily mighty powerful flop right on decent decently properly aright correctly justly suitable appropriate convenient fit befitting becoming just fair equitable legitimate upright honest lawful precise valid accurate true perfect sane normal rational sound reasonable wise front outward outer upper top principal obverse fitting legal genuine claim ownership privilege title interest due rectitude integrity virtue uprightness fairness justice equity directly immediately straight away

    "right" definitions

    an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature

    location near or direction toward the right side; i.e. the side to the south when a person or object faces east

    the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's right

    those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged

    the hand that is on the right side of the body

    a turn toward the side of the body that is on the south when the person is facing east

    anything in accord with principles of justice

    (frequently plural) the interest possessed by law or custom in some intangible thing

    make reparations or amends for

    put in or restore to an upright position

    regain an upright or proper position

    make right or correct

    being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the east when facing north

    free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth

    socially right or correct

    in conformance with justice or law or morality

    correct in opinion or judgment

    appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs

    of or belonging to the political or intellectual right

    in or into a satisfactory condition

    intended for the right hand

    in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure

    having the axis perpendicular to the base

    (of the side of cloth or clothing) facing or intended to face outward

    (informal) very; used informally as an intensifier

    most suitable or right for a particular purpose

    precisely accurate

    precisely, exactly



    toward or on the right; also used figuratively

    in the right manner; correctly; suitably

    an interjection expressing agreement

    (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree

    to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')

    in accordance with moral or social standards

    in an accurate manner