primary rights

primary rights

noun direct rights, first publication rights, first rights, original rights, print publication rights, printing rights, publishing rights
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Satellite broadcaster Sky take over coverage of the Open from 2017, which is the year the current Six Nations deal runs out, after already securing primary rights to F1 while Championship football highlights will be shown on Channel Five next season.
sportscaster ESPN, with which it has a primary rights relationship.
UFree Network declared its participation in this solidarity campaign, saying that hundreds of Palestinian sick prisoners are denied medical treatment and basic human rights inside Israeli jails where they deprived of their primary rights to be treated in violation to international human rights and Geneva conventions.
The medical committee in the authority is not specialized to determine the type or level of disability suffered by each one of this category, he said, adding that many disabled had been deprived of their primary rights due to the wrong diagnosis by the committee.
When a right is guaranteed, it cannot be stripped away by another except by more primary rights.
We must defend the right of all people to clean air and drinking water, as primary rights to life itself.
Salehi referred to the continuation of the crackdown on the Bahraini Muslims' peaceful movement whose uprising seeks the vindication of their legal rights and protesting against discriminatory policies which breach human rights principles, and noted that continuing suppression would pave the ground for the breach of regional peace and dignity and also breaching the primary rights of Bahraini Muslims.
The laws to grant diabetic patients' simple primary rights, like the right to medication and treatment, should be set even before we teach them how to live and manage their disease," said Al-Tawil, adding that she was forming a society to push for a medical card, treatment and care.
The city's charter (Article II, Section 22 (c), Powers and Duties of the Mayor) enumerates the primary rights and duties of the mayor as follows:
Shutler begins with an historical examination of the treaty negotiations and subsequent litigation regarding tribal fishing rights at the Wenatshapam Fishery, and concludes that the Ninth Circuit's recent decision altered the analysis of primary rights and failed to restore the Wenatchi's ancient fishery.
A prominent example comes to mind: Lord Diplock's famous distinction between primary and secondary rights and obligations arising from a contract, his subtle subdistinctions as to the different species of primary rights, and the implications for the administration of remedies.
RTE remain the primary rights holder for radio, though Newstalk 106-108 come on board for the first time and will have broadcast rights for second choice Championship fixtures.

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