(44) The international strait status was the result of a need for a navigational-friendly right of passage
through these narrow waterways.
Louisiana and the French Civil Codes classify a right of passage
According to some experts, the skeletons are evidence of the ancient practice of skull binding, a ritual performed on Mesoamerican youth as a right of passage
To also threaten the right of passage
is not what happened when the Blair/Gaddafi arrangement allowed the killer of WPC Yvonne Fletcher to exit the Libyan Embassy.
Sailing solo round the world should be treated as a stern test of adult skill, strength and courage, not as a right of passage
It's almost like a right of passage
that you have to figure out some way to be better, work smarter, exercise more, volunteer more, lose weight and the list goes on.
"I think it's almost a right of passage
for some stars to do it.
The Convention of Constantinople, signed in 1888, guarantees the right of passage
through the canal for all seagoing vessels, military or civilian, at all times.
Even Turkey agreed to give the right of passage
for a short portion of South Stream through its exclusive economic zone in the Black Sea.
I came to learn at the end of the evening that this is a typical right of passage
for students who have just completed their Tawjihi exams minus the ritual book-burning of course,.
It was almost a right of passage
. The first real sense of liberation and freedom most kids get is staying up at Hogmanay."
The next Name on the Tory list, Chris Smart, is equally aggrieved that his party elders have denied him the right of passage