exclusive right

  1. a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)
    suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males
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How To Use exclusive right In A Sentence

  • NEW DELHI -- Tensions between India and Pakistan have thwarted their plans to jointly own the term "basmati" for the aromatic rice, much as producers in Champagne, France, have the exclusive right to name their product. Tensions Stall Plan by India and Pakistan to Share 'Basmati' Tag
  • Persimmon was granted exclusive rights to negotiate a purchase of the unit for an unspecified period, Trafalgar said.
  • Woods supported Motown with ample airplay and was rewarded with the exclusive rights to promote the Revue when it reached Philadelphia.
  • Rauschenberg's re-telling of the story becomes a sardonic portrait of American foreign policy, in which the imperial power claims exclusive rights to victim-status as a prelude to arrogating the right to inflict suffering on others.
  • It also demonstrates the fragility of the dividing line between the legitimate and illegitimate grant of exclusive rights.
  • The assiento -- the treaty giving her exclusive right to supply the The History of the United States from 1492 to 1910, Volume 1 From Discovery of America October 12, 1492 to Battle of Lexington April 19, 1775
  • The promisee shall grant an exclusive right to the Organizing Committee to publish the entry in any manner, at any time, and in any place or occasion solely decided by the Organizing Committee.
  • The federal government has the exclusive right to legislate copyright law.
  • Once we have secured exclusive rights to the word, the Minister for Education should seek an audience with the lexicographers at the Oxford English Dictionary with a view to getting the word entered into the dictionary.
  • Democracy exists not for the parties -- ruling ones or opposition -- democracy exists for citizens in order for the people to be able to use their exclusive right of managing their country," Medvedev said. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
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