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Synonyms for privilege

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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Rather, it is a privileged mode, one in which new ontological positionings, and new dispositions toward teaching and toward knowledge might be explored and delighted in" (Bayne, 2010: 11).
Incorporating powerful features, standardizing privileged mode instructions, supporting past ISAs and providing an upgrade path from the MIPS32(R) architecture, the MIPS64 architecture provides a solid high-performance foundation for future MIPS processor-based development.
Unfortunately, operating systems often interact directly with the underlying hardware, and the x86 architecture requires these hardware instructions to be executed in "Ring 0" privileged mode. The virtualized guest operating systems have no access to this privileged mode, so the hypervisor must make special arrangements to trap and execute these instructions.
However, before heckles are raised about Mr Cameron's privileged mode of transport, be aware that both Mr Brown and Mr Clegg will fly "on occasions".
This paper will also try to persuade you that morality does not constitute an important and distinctive domain with a distinctive set of over-riding norms or a privileged mode of reasoning: morality is everywhere or nowhere in particular.
The aesthetic of the sublime in art and literature best informs the understanding of 20th-century art in general, he says, and this category becomes the privileged mode in the attempt to bear witness to the truth of the historical situation in the mostly highly developed countries of the world.