right to enter

See: ingress
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The Belgian, being one of Achmet Zek's principal lieutenants, might naturally go where he wished within or without the village, and so the sentry had not questioned his right to enter the hut with the white, woman prisoner.
Presented at the door, it would have been a symbol of his right to enter, and be made acquainted with all the secrets of the house.
But all that he said failed to convince me: partly, perhaps, because I could not comprehend a word that he uttered; but chiefly, that for the life of me I could not understand why a woman would not have as much right to enter a canoe as a man.
Doolittle, in the face of this court, put ting it to your conscience and your knowledge of the law, whether you had any right to enter that man’s dwelling?
We had a debate lately on the question: Has a member of the community the right to enter another member's room, whether man or woman, at any time .
When the king arrived great was his surprise at finding a strange lady in company of the grand treasurer who had no actual right to enter the private apartment.
Tenders are invited for right to enter into an Agreement for the provision of services for the implementation of radiation monitoring program on the territory of PAO NCCP
Walk around and exit via front gates, then go along and turn right to enter riverside via large wooden gates.
Does he retain the right to enter the house as and when he pleases?
Under the new terms of the license operational flexibility has been improved and the airline will have the choice to enter new co-branding agreements with other travel service providers and white label partners and it will have the right to enter co-branding promotions with other brands.
The provincial minister further said that if some body is not registered voter, then he/she may not have the right to enter inside poling station.
The DUP launched a preelection offensive yesterday with to persuade unionist doubters it was right to enter Government with Sinn Fein.