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right to life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright to lifeˌright to ˈlife noun [singular]  if you talk about a baby’s right to life, you mean that a baby has the right to be born, even if there are problemspro-life Every unborn child has a right to life.
Examples from the Corpus
right to lifeBe tolerant, they have an equal right to life.Life is more precious than profits, and the right to life is the most precious of all rights.Though Mary has the right to life she has little right to be alive.It is the right to life and love.Article 2 imposes on the state an obligation to protect the right to life.The right to life is not an absolute.
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