having the right

See: entitled
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Listen; I am the only man in the world having the right to say to you, `Morrel, your father's son shall not die to-day;'" and Monte Cristo, with an expression of majesty and sublimity, advanced with arms folded toward the young man, who, involuntarily overcome by the commanding manner of this man, recoiled a step.
This consisted in having the right hand and the left foot most elaborately tattooed; whilst the rest of the body was wholly free from the operation of the art, with the exception of the minutely dotted lips and slight marks on the shoulders, to which I have previously referred as comprising the sole tattooing exhibited by Fayaway, in common with other young girls of her age.
There's been a lot of bad press about young players not having the right education or having the right mentality to be a professional footballer.
About 85 percent of store managers said that having the right appearance was important while they recruited new staff; it came to a higher proportion than having previous experience (78 per cent) or having the right qualifications (just 44 per cent).
Having the right IT Infrastructure in place and having the right business setting this up and maintaining this for you is paramount to your companies future successes.
I want to do things smart by focusing on having the right people in place first," says Blackwell.
It's about having the right set of products that are safe to bet on.
It requires having the right hardware stack-up of bolts, washers, and nuts for each quadrant and use of a gram scale for ensuring the required weight and balance.
Having the right legal team is key to doing business across borders.
In an increasingly global business environment, we understand the importance of having the right local partner when servicing international requirements.
It means having the right to receive a comprehensive education about sexuality, one that educates about all options and that bolsters all necessary skills.