Grummer, who seemed to consider that any slight cast upon the divine right
of magistrates was a species of blasphemy not to be tolerated.
is a good-enough earthly romance, but it don't go, here.
Environed by them, while the Woodman and the Farmer worked unheeded, those two of the large jaws, and those other two of the plain and the fair faces, trod with stir enough, and carried their divine rights
with a high hand.
MacMillan also expressed dismay at the apparent lack of commitment at Parkhead saying: "Rangers have no divine right
to win games but fans have a right to expect players will give their all."
Freedom is not a privilege granted by Parliament but a divine right
. Once it's taken away you will never get it back.
"We've got an outstanding chance now of going up, but we've got no divine right
," he said.
"Nobody has a divine right
to win in this league - as has been shown by some other results in the division this weekend.
"The players have come to terms with that and maybe the fans also realise we have no divine right
to do it."
He said: "No team or club have a divine right
to win every game.
It is obvious to everyone Celtic have improved and while Rangers have no divine right
to win all the time we will be back.
Ever since then I've viewed people who take winter skiing holidays as a divine right
, as roughly one step down from Satan.
Although the coveted No.9 shirt is available following the departure of Savo Milosevic to Real Zaragosa, Gregory insists Collymore has no divine right
DAVID Cameron may behave as if he has a divine right
to be Prime Minister but he will not win a battle with God over ConDem plans to persecute the unemployed.
'No one has a divine right
to be in the team but there is great team spirit and all the players know this is a great club to be at.'
But you haven't got a divine right
to wear that national jersey.