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1. I never know who has right of way at this junction.
2. Pedestrians have right of way at this turning.
3. The path is not a public right of way .
4. I had right of way at the junction.
5. There is no public right of way across the fields.
6. Whose right of way is it?
7. It's my right of way, so you should have stopped and let me go.
8. Is there a right of way across these fields?
9. If this happens then the parents have the right of way, so to speak.
10. The cab paused at an intersection to give right of way to a car chase.
11. But the path along the river is a right of way, and there's only a token wire in between.
12. Private property—no right of way.
13. In crosswalk, pedestrians have the right of way.
14. Traffic laws clearly state which vehicles have the right of way.
15. Vehicles yield to those with the right of way - particularly pedestrians.
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16. An example of a positive easement is a right of way over another person's land.
17. Be sure to yield the right of way in intersections.
18. Birds have the right of way on all highways.
19. We have a right of way across his field.
20. At a crosswalk, pedestrians have the right of way.
21. The law here says that pedestrians always have the right of way .
22. The boats averaged four to six miles an hour, and had right of way over cargo boats on the canal.
23. Inmates were paid 50 cents a day for the back-breaking chore of clearing right of way through dense forests and laying track.
24. He was on his way downriver, by the waterside path that enjoyed right of way through the enclosure at Aurae Phiala.
25. Our sails are down and the ferry has the right of way.
26. They should be designed with the needs of cycle traffic in mind and should normally have the right of way at crossroads.
27. No traffic lights then - these men used to give him right of way.
28. Such roads may or may not be subject to a public right of way or rights of way to specific landowners.
29. Once she was brought down, we would negotiate the right of way.
30. Our highways, for the most part, are like dressed-up country roads, where even cyclists and pedestrians demand the right of way.
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