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at a certain time exactly or precisely at a specific place or time. Meet me at this corner right at 3:00 P.M. The restaurant is right at First and Main Streets.
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The point of prospectivism is to give an account of rightness that takes uncertainty into consideration.
at 1262; Lund, Unbearable Rightness, supra note 3, at
1 : to question or deny the truth or rightness of <No one ever disputed the story.
Users can adjust their lapbelt's rightness while leaving the shoulder belt unrestrained for freedom of upper-body movement.
Going green is no longer just a matter of moral rightness or social responsibility, Computerworld reported.
Though so much is wrong, there is a kind of rightness here, where every object on its own is whole, and the whole makes only a part.
The intelligentsia loved him--the Che Gueverra of his age--and no one could possibly doubt the rightness of Italian unification although he had doubts about a monarchical Italy under Savoy.
We're so often caught up in the environmental rightness of buying organic, sustainable clothes (reducing pesticide use and water consumption, following fair trade values), that we sometimes forget that there's a purely selfish reason for getting planet-friendly T-shirts--the fabric is unbelievably soft.
What this also illustrates, however, is that we too readily accept the implied rightness of laws that "outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
Some foreign priests working in Britain tend to be too dogmatic about the church's moral rightness on just about everything," said Rev.
We should accept a "not in charge" identity that does not make our rightness contingent on others' wrongness.
Dancewise, some of my wishes have emerged in these columns over the years--such as the one that would have my dance critic colleagues less sure of the total rightness of their own opinions and admit the hint, slender wisp of a chance that they may once in the bluest of moons be wrong.
There is a vigor, a sense of rightness in his work, which may motivate both students and teachers to create their own "memory" notebooks.
They seemed unwilling to read between the holy lines when the Pope went on and on about the sacred rightness of the love between a man and a woman.
It leads to endless wrenching debate about price, copyright, 'intellectual property,' the moral rightness of casual distribution, because each round of new devices makes the tension worse, not better.