You can show it to any guard, who will, on seeing it, give you the right-of-way.
The boss thinks that he will get out and stir his feet for a minute on the right-of-way.
Turns in either direction at intersections and vehicle to the right has right-of-way.
The police at once gave them right-of-way in the distressed area.
What I wanted to get at was whether or not you had right-of-way, not way.
Slowly, behind the trail-cutters, follow the "right-of-way" men.
In our deeds to the two acres there is a clause which reserves a right-of-way for the King!
They could not pass it on the river, and Archer would not yield his right-of-way at Moores Rapids.
Long curved bridges run across them from shore to shore, and are open to the public as a right-of-way.
And then the Over-Lord turned into the fields and struck a right-of-way that led in direction of a hamlet two miles distant.