Definitions for "Rights"
The provisions offered for sale by an author or illustrator or photographer to a publishing house for a particular manuscript or work of art.
Rights to a literary property include the following: prepublication serial (first serial rights); book publication, including book club; postpublication serial (second serial rights); book reprint; dramatization; musical comedy; amateur leasing; motion picture (commercial and noncommercial); radio, television; mechanical, electronic, or xerographic reproduction or other kinds covered in the inclusive term reprographic reproduction; condention and abridgment; anthology; translation; quotion; merchandising and other commercial exploition rights. Most of these are also commonly referred to as subsidiary rights and are governed by the prevailing copyright law.
The terms and condition of reproduction that are granted when you licence use of stock photograph.
The privileges a user or role has on a system.
A particular set of ethical principles which state standards of treatment and freedoms that individuals should be able to enjoy. Like all ethics, rights are continually in a state of evolution, dependant on the experiences and lessons of history. Many of these principles are ideally protected by law but this is often not the case. Therefore, someone may have inherent "right" in terms of principle and ethics and yet not enjoy that right in legal terms. Science: A systematic approach of verifying propositions through physical experiment and evidence, subject to peer review.
Freedoms and privileges that are granted to each citizen either through a government or through "natural law," meaning that's just the way it's supposed to be. S T
Rights Issue is an offer to existing shareholders to subscribe to further securities in proportion to their holding, at a fixed price, made by means of the issue of an renounceable letter which may be traded for a period before payment for securities is due. The allotment of shares will usually be in the same company.
With regard to STOCKS, RIGHTS are SHORT-TERM OPTIONS to purchase SHARES from an ISSUER at a fixed price. Rights are often issued as a substitute for a dividend or as a "sweetener" in connection with the issuance of SENIOROR DEBT SECURITIES. Rights are often publicly traded. See also RIGHTS OFFERING; STOCK RIGHTS.
They are given stockholders for the purchase of more of the security at a price somewhat lower than that of the market.
good and natural expectations that may or may not be assured by law.
Thompson's concept of the 'rights' of the lower classes refers in part to a 'moral economy' of popular expectations of 'justice'. This was linked to traditions of rights and obligations which existed between them and their rulers. They included the expectations by labouring classes that local grievances could be aired and redressed, and of certain protective rights , such as poor law provision. Thompson argued that riots and public protest had been legitimised by tradition as expressions of common grievances in the absence of formal political rights. This tentative mutuality broke down, Thompson argued with the stresses of early industrialisation. (See Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class, Chapter 7). See also E.P. Thompson, "The Moral Economy of The Crowd in the Eighteenth century", in Past and Present 50, February 1971, pp. 71-136.
entitlements assured by custom, law or property.
Keywords:  permission, aspx, msdn, folder, netware
With NetWare, settings that affect what actions can be taken with a single file or all files in a directory. NetWare has several different rights, each of which controls one type of action. The Windows NT and LAN Manager equivalents are permissions. With Windows NT, rights apply to the whole system, rather than a single file or directory. See also effective rights, inherited rights mask, maximum rights mask, permissions, rights, trustee rights.
A Content Management Server 2001 user's rights are derived from their membership in one or more rights groups and the roles (subscriber, author, editor) they have in the containers (folders, channels, galleries) assigned to those rights groups. All containers you have rights in or rights to have colored icons. • The rights group(s) you belong to determines which containers you have rights in. • The role of the rights group(s) you belong to determines the types of tasks (create, modify, approve) you can do with items in a container. (See also rights group, role.)
Permission to perform specific actions with site content, such as viewing or modifying a page. Rights are enabled or disabled for a user role. Users can perform only those actions allowed by the rights assigned to their role.
rights - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Keywords:  rmit, university
RMIT University
The EU upholds and protects certain fundamental rights for its citizens, such as the right to vote, to travel and to work. (See EU citizenship, Judicial-civil, Judicial-criminal)
RACF access authority.
The term "right" is difficult to define but for most people its meaning is fairly obvious. In law, you can only have a "right" if there is some legal source or authority for it. Authority comes from either Legislation or Precedent. Compare Duty.
Keywords:  ptwin, read, user, write, sections
The sections of PTWin32 to which a given user is allowed access. Access can further be defined as read-only.
The rights that a user or group is given for a machine ( READ, WRITE determines what the user or group may do with the record.
rights - See user rights.
Rights allow the execution of particular functionalities within the DocuWare system. Individual rights can be allocated in the archives and at organization level level.
Keywords:  writer, media, technical, manner, work
What you give up when you work as a technical writer.
A publication's ownership of a writer's work, specifically noted in terms of frequency (how many times), location (where in the world), what media, distribution manner (print, electronic) and length of time.
Ownership of all the various ways in which a creative work may be reproduced, used, or applied.  Most editors buy only specific rights at any given time, and these should be clearly outlined in the contract.
See cum-rights, ex-rights, option, and subscription rights.
Choices held by the owner of an option contract, specifically the right to exercise
Attributes given to the owner of an option.
Contractual agreement covering the number of airings of a program and restrictions on the use of segments to advertise scheduled showings.
Keywords:  cultural, economic, social, see
see economic, social and cultural rights
Keywords:  held, resource, over, information
Information about rights held in and over the resource
Keywords:  extension, access, over, data
The rights over the data. Extension: Access.