To justify their zeal in this matter, they allege two things: one is that, though the constitution of New York has no bill of rights
prefixed to it, yet it contains, in the body of it, various provisions in favor of particular privileges and rights
, which, in substance amount to the same thing; the other is, that the Constitution adopts, in their full extent, the common and statute law of Great Britain, by which many other rights
, not expressed in it, are equally secured.
A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right
of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.
He has refused to pass other Laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right
of Representation in the Legislature, a right
inestimable to them and formidable to tyrants only.
He's the right
kind an' we stay by him, don't we, girls?
Now, then -- your head's right
, speed's right
, shoulders right
, eyes right
, chin right
, gait, carriage, general style right
-- every- thing's right
MENO: Yes, Socrates, that would have been the right
From this landing one could pass to the right
or left wing of the chateau by a gallery opening from it.
To be sure, he who never liveth at the right
time, how could he ever die at the right
his story proves the truth of the Russian proverb that 'happiness is the right
of certain classes
Knock off my head with little apples if the girl ain't right
," he communed aloud at the end of the session.
Square had no sooner lighted his pipe, than, addressing himself to Allworthy, he thus began: "Sir, I cannot help congratulating you on your nephew; who, at an age when few lads have any ideas but of sensible objects, is arrived at a capacity of distinguishing right
And the next moment I was aware that the thought was a treason against truth, and Ernest rose before me transfigured, the apostle of truth, with shining brows and the fearlessness of one of Gods own angels, battling for the truth and the right
, and battling for the succor of the poor and lonely and oppressed.