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Synonyms for privilege
a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)
(law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
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district court found neither the corporation nor its sole agent, Maxey, was entitled to assert a Fifth Amendment priviledge
against self-incrimination by producing documents sought by the IRS.
Afterall, we've all seen the unpleasant aftermath of excessive boozed up behaviour and it isn't pretty so the idea of being able to throw a rowdy drunken yob in a cooler and then charging them for the priviledge
to get out has its attractions.
I have the priviledge
sic of being the winner of the crappest ever reality TV show, the BBC's Castaway.
Or is there someone monitoring a CCTV camera somewhere cackling like a hyena at the sight of shoppers being sent scuttling one way and then another for the priviledge
of getting anywhere near Ethel Austin?
LUXURY SALON AND SPA IN PRIVILEDGE
AREA IN SHOPPING CENTER FACING US1.