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English sentences with claim right in context,

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Lol, an American company trying to claim "rights" a song sung by generations of people over countless years?
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Your claim (right?)
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You who've lost the concept of a right, you who swing in impotent evasiveness between the claim that rights are a gift of God, a supernatural gift to be taken on faith, or the claim that rights are a gift of society, to be broken at its arbitrary whim-the source of man's rights is not divine law or congressional law, but the law of identity.
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If someone is running and claims rights to all drops (which this was the first time I've ever heard of this) then by all means I'll let them have them.
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Irrational claim, right there.
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If a single individual or institution can claim right to mass amounts of land which they can use and abuse as they see fit, this diminishes the amount of land someone else could hold as their own.
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You know that most of the "he was cleaning his guns and accidentally shot himself in the head" deaths are the local PD saying that so the family can still get life insurance claims right?
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You are making a claim, right?
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It is not necessarily a claim to say it is raining outside, unless the focus of the discussion is the factually of that claim, right ?
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How can we achieve equality when people associated with government claim rights not reserved for the rest of the populace?
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How can we achieve equality when people associated with government claim rights not reserved for the rest of the populace?
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YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOU HAVE NO CLAIM, RIGHT, TITLE, OWNERSHIP OR OTHER PROPRIETARY INTEREST IN THE GAME ASSETS, VIRTUAL ITEMS OR RIOT POINTS THAT YOU ACQUIRE, REGARDLESS OF THE CONSIDERATION OFFERED OR PAID IN EXCHANGE FOR RIOT POINTS OR VIRTUAL ITEMS.
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Individuals that claim rights not reserved for the rest of the populace.
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Individuals that claim rights not reserved for the rest of the populace.
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Individuals that claim rights not reserved for the rest of the populace.
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I have one right now where the plaintiff quite her job, wrote a nice thank you letter about how GREAT A FUCKING JOB it was, and now she's suing because she says they didn't handle her temp disability claim right.
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That's a pretty ballsy claim right there!
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JDS has the biggest claim right now (outside of Werdum) and that's an absolute unsellable fight.
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Since essentially you've dissmissed an opportunity to critique my claim (that its not in the interest of the community at large, the workers or the renters to respect such property claims/rights/tittles/electric boogaloos) in order to object to my analysis of what property is essentially (one that I held as an AnCap and had no problems with in the AnCap board) and call me stupid?
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I have the account-bound Ember in my item claim right now.
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Some people will sell their car (and claim rights) to the repairing shop and just take the depreciation hit, though if this is a direct repair shop for that insurer their agreement probably forbids them from buying customer vehicles.
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Islam is Abrahamic and claims right of the covenant through Ishmael, Abraham's first son, so no they wouldn't reject Judaism as polytheistic due to Abraham.
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You do realize it wasn't me who made that claim, right?
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You may be right; I thought I had read somewhere that this was his second ACL tear, but I can't find any sourcing on that claim right now.
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I always say he didn't do enough but that's hard to claim right now.
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My last understanding was that regardless of contracts, payments, or any other declaration of intent to not claim rights that the mother could change her mind at any moment.
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So this is not the same as an IAC claim right?
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Not "you", but all of you who claim rights to posts submitted to the wrong sub.
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Anyone who can gather enough support can take the throne by Right of Conquest so I guess House Baratheon has the rightful claim right now.
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Some people are rich and some are poor neither should blame or claim right to what the other has or doesnt have.
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edit: your best claim right now would be "Daraa".
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So, I'm sure you have some kind of actual scientific citations for those claims, right?
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If possible, get aggressive and ensure that you claim right-of-way before that fleche happens.
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If nothing else, this is evidence from God himself that he is not infallible, as so many like to claim, right?
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So their being three years ahead would substantiate their claim, right?
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C) Plus if your husband signs a will and she is not in the will and you adopted the children then she can't claim rights to anything.
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Get the claim right before you dissect it.
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This waiting period is imposed by the employer and is usually done to avoid hit and run behavior by their new employees, in which they file a large claim right after joining, and then quickly leave the company.
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Hold on let me check that latter claim right now.
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You're the person that hasn't tried it, making claims.. right?
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From what I could tell, Ross denied the Silk Road servers were his... which basically invalidated his 4th Amdt claim right there.
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I put his "I run a store" claim right up there with "I know the owner"...I'm afraid I'm gonna have to call Shenanigans on that dude.
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I am my own - I claim right to my body, and I dare you to come up with a better owner than myself.
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The fact that something is within our capacity tells us nothing about whether we have a legitimate claim (right) to do it.
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You know there's no evidence to support this claim right?
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Gervinho is pissed that Keita stood on his foot (or so he claims) right at the start of the vine.
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Four years is probably long enough for people to claim rights similar to the stuff that the travellers claim on sites.
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Necklace wars were had to claim rights on the boyfriends.
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I can't give you sources for this claim right now but off the top of my head I can tell you Prafulla Chaki killed two innocent women, for which he shot himself later out of guilt.
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Communities will no longer be able to claim right of abode to a certain property or area hence requiring the council to rehabilitate them within the same borough.
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