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Holden Caulfield is the main character in which right of passage novel?
The youth go through a right of passage traditionally set to include the killing of a lion, but this time around, things were a little different in the Msai Mara.
According to some experts, the skeletons are evidence of the ancient practice of skull binding, a ritual performed on Mesoamerican youth as a right of passage into adulthood.
The ship, owned by ISIM Tour Ltd, had been held up by Egyptian authorities for five days for not paying passage fees through the canal, which guarantees a right of passage to all ships during war and peacetime.
Sailing solo round the world should be treated as a stern test of adult skill, strength and courage, not as a right of passage.
Surely, being skint is a right of passage in any marriage?
The statement further said that "India supports freedom of navigation in international waters, including in the South China Sea, and the right of passage in accordance with accepted principles of international law.
I think it's almost a right of passage for some stars to do it.