ExoticInspirit
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FREE ENGLISH MEDAL What does it mean when someone exercises your rights or "exercised my citizens right to vote"
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JackofallTradez
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It means you used your right to do something you have the right to do. An example: 'I exercised my right to freedom of speech today when I talked about political hierarchy."
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Yeah! what he said,

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ExoticInspirit
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ok thanks
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No problem ^_^

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