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Definisi kata "right":
+1 rate 1. gay rights movement
rate 2. Islam Human Rights in Islam: Islam has laid down fundamental, universal rights for humanity which are to be observed and respected in all circumstances. These rights are those which were specified and granted by Allah and apply to all human beings, not just Muslims. An integral part of the Islamic faith is to accept, recognize, and enforce these human rights. The verdict in the Qur'an is unequivocal for those who fail to do so: "Those who do not judge by what God has sent down are the disbelievers". (5: 44) The rights guaranteed by Islam and the Qur'an include: the right to life, the right to safety, respect for women's honor and dignity, the right to a basic standard of life, the right to individual freedom, the right to justice, and the inherent equality of human beings.
rate 3. Islam haqq (Something to which a person is entitled.)
rate 4. anagram girth
rate 5. anagram grith
rate 6. okay
rate 7. okay; that's right
rate 8. P O L I T I C S (n), (adj) - (political parties or people) having traditional opinions, and believing in low taxes, private ownership of property, business and industry, and less help for the poor In Britain, the Right has/have been in power since 1979. (U + singular or plural verb) The two parties on the right are planning to unite in the next election. He's a man of the far (= extreme) right. Compare left (P O L I T I C S) . If someone is right-wing or is on the right wing, they support the political right. She's on the right wing of the party. He's extremely right-wing and wants to abolish the benefit system. If a belief is right-wing, it follows the principles of the political right. Her views are fairly right-wing. A right-winger is someone who supports the beliefs of the political right.
rate 9. Privilege granted to existing shareholders of a corporation to subscribe to shares of a new issue of common stock before it is offered to the public. Such a right, which normally has a life of two to four weeks, is freely transferable and entitles the holder to buy the new common stock below the public offering price.
rate 10. When referring to the side of a unit, the right side is always from the perspective of operation. In other words, when sitting in the driver's seat or when riding a bicycle or when pushing a mower, the right side is the operator's right hand side. In other words the left or right side is determined by facing the rear of the unit.
rate 11. Dream symbol Intellect or future
rate 12. dance Refers to the right foot, hand, hip or a direction
rate 13. 1689 British law, one of the basic instruments of the British constitution. It incorporated the provisions of the Declaration of Rights, which William III and Mary II accepted upon taking the throne. Its main purpose was to declare illegal various practices of James II, such as the royal prerogative of dispensing with the law in certain cases. The result of a long struggle between the Stuart kings and the English people and Parliament, it made the monarchy clearly conditional on the will of Parliament and provided freedom from arbitrary government. It also dealt with the succession to the throne.
rate 14. First 10 amendments to the Constitution of the United States, adopted as a group in 1791. They are a collection of guarantees of individual rights and of limitations on federal and state governments that derived from popular dissatisfaction with the limited guarantees of the Constitution. The first Congress submitted 12 amendments (drafted by James Madison) to the states, 10 of which were ratified. The 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech and the press and grants the right to petition for redress and to assemble peacefully. The 2nd Amendment guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms. The 3rd prohibits the quartering of soldiers in private dwellings in peacetime. The 4th protects against unreasonable search and seizure. The 5th establishes grand-jury indictment for serious offenses, protects against double jeopardy in criminal cases and prohibits compelling testimony by a person against himself. The 6th establishes the rights of the accused to a speedy trial and an impartial jury and guarantees the right to legal counsel and to the obtaining of witnesses in his favour. The 7th preserves the right to trial by jury in serious civil suits and prohibits double jeopardy in civil cases. The 8th prohibits excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment. The 9th states that enumeration of certain rights in the Constitution does not mean the abrogation of rights not mentioned. The 10th reserves to the states and people any powers not delegated to the federal government.
rate 15. Comprehensive United States law intended to end discrimination based on race, colour, religion, or national origin. It is generally considered the most important United States law on civil rights since Reconstruction (1865–77). It guarantees equal voting rights (Title I); prohibits segregation or discrimination in places of public accommodation (Title II); bans discrimination, including sex-based discrimination, by trade unions, schools, or employers that are involved in interstate commerce or that do business with the federal government (Title VII); calls for the desegregation of public schools (Title IV); and assures nondiscrimination in the distribution of funds under federally assisted programs (Title VI). A 1972 amendment, the Equal Employment Opportunity Act, extended Title VII coverage to employees of state and local governments and increased the authority of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which was created in 1964 to enforce Title VII provisions. The act was proposed by Pres. John F. Kennedy in 1963 and strengthened and passed into law under Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson.
rate 16. Proposed but unratified amendment to the United States Constitution designed mainly to invalidate many state and federal laws that discriminated against women. Its central tenet was that sex should not be a determining factor in establishing the legal rights of individuals. It was first introduced in Congress in 1923, shortly after women obtained the right to vote. It was finally approved by the United States Senate 49 years later (1972) but was subsequently ratified by only 30 of the 50 state legislatures. Critics claimed it would cause women to lose privileges and protections, such as exemption from compulsory military service and economic support by their husbands. Supporters, led by the National Organization for Women, argued that discriminatory state and federal laws left many women in a state of economic dependency.
rate 17. Servicemen's Readjustment Act; (1944) United States legislation that provided benefits to World War II veterans. Through the Veterans Administration (VA), the bill provided grants for school and college tuition, low-interest mortgage and small-business loans, job training, hiring privileges and unemployment payments. Amendments to the act provided for full disability coverage and the construction of additional VA hospitals. Later legislation extended the benefits to all who had served in the armed forces.
rate 18. Declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. Drafted by a committee chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt, it was adopted without dissent but with eight abstentions. Among its 30 articles are definitions of civil and political rights (including the rights to life, liberty and a fair trial) as well as definitions of economic, social and cultural rights (including the right to social security and to participation in the cultural life of one's community), all of which are owed by UN member states to those under their jurisdiction. It has acquired more juridical status than originally intended and has been widely used, even by national courts, as a means of judging compliance with member states' human-rights obligations. The declaration has been the foundation of the work of nongovernmental organizations such as Amnesty International.
rate 19. Measure adopted by the colony of Virginia (June 12, 1776). Drafted by George Mason, it stated that "all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights" and specified such civil liberties as freedom of the press and freedom of religion. It became a model for the Bill of Rights.
rate 20. Act passed by the United States Congress in 1965 to ensure the voting rights of African Americans. Though the Constitution's 15th Amendment (passed 1870) had guaranteed the right to vote regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude," African Americans in the South faced efforts to disenfranchise them, including poll taxes and literacy tests, as late as the 1960s, when the civil rights movement focused national attention on infringements of their voting rights; Congress responded with the Voting Rights Act, which prohibited Southern states from using literacy tests to determine eligibility to vote. Later laws prohibited literacy tests in all states and made poll taxes illegal in state and local elections.
rate 21. Portion of the political spectrum associated with conservative political thought. The term derives from the seating arrangement of the French revolutionary parliament (ƹ 1790s) in which the conservative representatives sat to the presiding officer's right. In the 19th century, the term applied to conservatives who supported authority, tradition and property. In the 20th century a divergent, radical form developed that was associated with fascism.
rate 22. Petition of Right
rate 23. privacy right of
rate 24. right whale
rate 25. right to work law
rate 26. riparian right
rate 27. States' Rights Democrat
rate 28. accused rights of the
rate 29. animal rights
rate 30. Bill of Rights
rate 31. Civil Rights Act of 1964
rate 32. civil rights movement
rate 33. Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
rate 34. Equal Rights Amendment
rate 35. homosexual rights movement
rate 36. GI Bill of Rights
rate 37. human rights
rate 38. states' rights
rate 39. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
rate 40. Virginia Declaration of Rights
rate 41. Voting Rights Act
rate 42. Committee for the Defense of Legitimate Rights
rate 43. Society of the Friends of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen;
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