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In these cultures, men are also expected to go through various rights of passage.
In the Netherlands it is a right of passage for the young.
The Church sees this as a fitting right of passage for their young.
Last season, he said, served as his right of passage into manhood.
Such mobility has long been an underground right of passage.
Don't they understand rights of passage for those on a Journey?"
"Our ship is in the open sea with the rights of passage.
Foreign vessels have no right of passage within internal waters.
Can we please recognise universities as what they are- a lifestyle choice or right of passage.
The cane rush was seen as a right of passage for freshmen.
The bridge was first closed due to arguments in the city over rights of passage and ownership.
Surrounding land owners may be granted right of passage over these districts.
I feel submission is a right of passage, and it's an honor to be a slave.
Lord's Waste was common land where all members of the community had right of passage.
Only the high command possess the rights of passage.
Back then, it was just for fun, perhaps an initiation or other gang-related right of passage.
That counted little, though, when the man looked upon his son, who had just completed the rights of passage into manhood.
It became a right of passage for young executives who sought to develop the confidence to present themselves well in public settings.
The new Armenian state, through which this transport corridor would run, was to give free right of passage.
Now that anyone can have an audience, is notoriety devalued, or a right of passage?
Two civilizations must have Right of passage treaty signed to benefit from each other's roads.
But he would ask other maritime nations using the strait to join us in maintaining the right of passage.
Provide right of passage through territorial waters in accordance with international law including normal access to ports.
The right of passage on the beach has been allowed for over three centuries, and what they're doing sets a bad precedent."
It is viewed as a right of passage for the seniors in the run-up to graduation.
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