[ rahyt-tuh-noh ]
/ ˈraɪt təˈnoʊ /
of or relating to laws or policies that make certain government or company data and records available to any individual who has a right or need to know their contents.
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Everything You Need To Know About ImperativesAn imperative sentence gives a command, demand, or instructions directly to an audience, and typically begins with an action word (or verb). These sentences often appear to lack a subject, or the person, place, or thing that performs the main action. This is because the subject of this type of sentence tends to be the audience that’s being directly addressed or commanded to do something. …
- right-side out,
- right-side up,
- right-to-left shunt,
- right-to-work law,
- right-to-work laws
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