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to rights

Into correct or proper position, arrangement, condition, or order. (Especially in the phrase "put/set (something) to rights.") I must make sure I put the house to rights before my parents come home this evening. Since being diagnosed with terminal cancer, I've begun setting my will and financial affairs to rights.
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to rights

In a satisfactory or orderly condition: set the place to rights.
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There is nothing idealistic about Dershowitz's approach to rights.
After outlining his secular approach to rights, Dershowitz then applies his theory to real-life issues involving disputes over rights applications: the right to life, church-state separation, animal rights, and others.
The statements in this press release regarding the distribution of dividends and operation of the Shareholder Rights Plan are forward-looking statements that are subject to various risks and uncertainties including the risk that future action or inaction by JMAR's Board with respect to the Shareholder Rights Plan or future decisions related to Rights redemption or amendment of the terms of the Rights could become the subject of litigation and other risks detailed from time-to-time in the company's reports filed with the SEC.