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Synonyms for all right

Synonyms for all right

Synonyms for all right

being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition

an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence

without doubt (used to reinforce an assertion)


in a satisfactory or adequate manner

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Once welfare rights enter the picture, however, the unavoidable conflict among rights, and the need for government to choose among, turn all rights into privileges." All is an exaggeration - it's not clear why rights like the right not to be assaulted are so transformed.
If the author has transferred all rights to the publisher, then he or she must contact the publisher to seek permission even to reproduce and distribute the work to the faculty author's own classes or to adapt the work (such as through a new edition).
If ever there were a first principle of political thought, a bedrock premise on which all other political, legal, and social reasoning should be founded, it is that God is the Source of all rights. As with the physical creation, so with the spiritual and the moral: God is the final cause and origin of all things pertaining to man.
It had human rights police to ensure that all rights were enforced and no wrongs tolerated.
There are constantly going to be some difficult issues if you have a fidelity to all rights and don't automatically exalt one above the other.