(1) He had breached a curfew order, committed theft and failed to surrender to custody, and was rightly jailed for four months.(2) If I remember rightly I was about twelve when I had my first filling.(3) The Government rightly says that cancer is a national priority, yet the system that's expected to deliver it is too fragmented.(4) I do hope that you will continue to give it the support it so rightly deserves.(5) the delicious cuisine for which her country was rightly famous(6) If we remember rightly , the councillor who asked the officer about this, later abstained.(7) You may be tempted to lay the blame where it rightly belongs, on others.(8) Ben guessed rightly that he was going to try and grab their horses and have them ready at the back door.(9) He is one of the pioneers of that city's sound and is rightly considered to be the best DJ playing techno in the World today.(10) One of those games involving touch-dial phone control, if I remember rightly .(11) Today, such arrangements are coming under an increasing amount of scrutiny by savers and the media, and quite rightly so.(12) Women, it can rightly be said, are custodians of the social status that we all enjoy in that they play a major part in our upbringing.(13) As you rightly stated, the story reported was an accurate account of the events in the Council Chamber that evening.(14) Well, I have to say not every adult will take that attitude and will point out, quite rightly , that the red man was up and they should have waited.(15) if I remember rightly, she never gives interviews(16) If Bobbitt's predictions prove correct, The Shield of Achilles will rightly be seen as an epochal work.
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