Joe refused, keeping, as he well knew, within his rights
They blamed U-Dor, though in fact he was well within his rights
in directing his play as he saw fit, nor was a refusal on his part to engage the Black Chief necessarily an imputation of cowardice.
He is well within his rights
to say what he said, but are you a man or a mouse?
Marco Bertolacci Unsure as to why he has taken the horse away from Cumani, but he is the owner and is well within his rights
Scott is within his rights
to ask for a transfer, as any player is, and we're within our rights to refuse that.
The High Court of Britain has ruled that the mayor of London was within his rights
to ban bus ads from a Christian group suggesting that homosexuality can be cured.
Fair to say that it does not come as a surprise that Mr Modi is appealing and he is well within his rights
to do so.
He is quite within his rights
to do so, of course, and he is quite within his rights
to play the final year of his contract and leave on a Bosman (for free).
He's within his rights
to want Adam to stay until the summer.
However the Liverpudlian, who was unveiled as Sean Connor's successor on Friday, believes he was within his rights
to take the Dundalk job.
A ADRIENNE SAYS: He can't force you to chop it down, but he is quite within his rights
to cut off any branches that hang on his side of the boundary.
The manager is keen to keep Gera on board but is mindful the player is within his rights
to explore all options.
If the board installed a new superintendent Villaraigosa didn't approve of, he would be well within his rights
to fire him or her.
Supreme Court on April 17 declined to hear the case, upholding a federal appellate court ruling that Lamparello was within his rights
to create the "gripe site" because it did not seek to make money on Falwell's name.
The Professional Footballers' Association are keeping a watchful eye from afar on events at Old Trafford and insist Ferdinand is well within his rights
to put off talks.