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honour

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favour

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Synonyms for privilege

a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all

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a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

bestow a privilege upon

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President, to have lived and to have been allowed to serve you, the deliverer of the American people from want, and no greater privelege then to have striven and had a small part in establishing the title you once will bear in posterity as the greatest Emancipator of suffering mankind in political history.
If it behaves like a trade union, quarreling over a monopolistic privelege, it will attract little support and perhaps contempt and ridicule.
9) After thus limiting the scope of his investigation, Montaigne challenges the notion of man's primacy in the universe, which would seem to be based on man's ability to recognize God as the architect of all the pieces of the world, "ce privelege qu'il s'atribue d'estre seul en ce grand bastimant, qui ayt la suffisance d'en recognoistre la beaute et les pieces, seul qui en puisse rendre graces a l'architecte" ["this privilege that he attributes to himself of being the only one in this great edifice who has the capacity to recognize its beauty and its parts, the only one who can give thanks for it to the architect"] (450).
From all of us who loved and had the privelege of knowing Russ.
According to a the Vatican protocol known as Privelege du blanc, only female Catholic monarchs have the honour of wearing white in the Pope's presence.
Because of your very good relationship with Iowa State Bank & Trust Company, a $500 discretionary overdraft privilege has been placed on your account in accordance with our Discretionary OverDraft Privelege Policy, a copy of which is enclosed.
Instead of answering in the House, the Prime Minister chose mid- air to reject the demand," Jaitley said, calling it a breach of privelege.
The basic liberty to write about what you want, in the style you choose, is (in an ideal world) anyone's privelege.
Ross Buchmueller, president and chief executive of Privelege Underwriters Insurance Exchange, recently sat down with Best's Review.
MY husband and I had the privelege of knowing Colin Wilson as my husband was a friend of the late John Davidson and still works at the kennels.
What does one expect McCain to say about the bias of the Press Corps when speaking to the very clique of media sychophants who cling to his every word while following him around with monogrammed knee pads patiently enthusiastically awaiting the privelege of turning themselves into a propaganda condom in his service against his own party in order to boost their own?
Compiled and edited by museum administrator Marcia Mason, Remember The Distance That Divides Us: The Family Letters Of Philadelphia Quaker Abolitionist And Michigan Pioneer Elizabeth Margaret Chandler 1830-1842 is the true story of a middle-class woman who left behind privelege in her early 20's to head into the wilderness of Michigan Territory with her brother and aunt.
It was a special privelege for a student to study in an individual tutorial with Benardete, who gave of his time and ideas with unstinting generosity.
The Justice Department issued what it calls a Special Administrative Measure (SAM) in order to control Rahman's communication with the outside world and to undermine attorney-client privelege.
He was originally one of the Aircorps' high-flyers and had the privelege of piloting the Government jet with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on board.