His mind seemed to move in leaps, which was exhilarating to some and provoked others; but if one had the privelege
to talk with him, one could see the complex path of careful steps that led him to his conclusion.
It was a privelege
to play in a match in Steve's honour.
He brought the matter to the Dail Committee on Procedure and Privelege
(CPP), which he chairs, after his office received complaints from members of the public.
The seven-seat vehicle will come with a choice of 20 different versions across four trim levels of Extreme, Expression, Dynamique and Privelege
Jaguar: There is a pounds 2,500 discount off S-Types excluding the performance R versions plus a further pounds 1,500 when buying through Jaguar Privelege
He added: "PR is open to all on merit rather than privelege
Banks rarely give you something for nothing and normally you are charged for the privelege
of using ATMs.
6 billion project will proceed to implementation, given that the privelege
in the form of an exemption from taxes which was previously provided by the Government for the Timor sedan has now been revoked.
Michael, currently living in the Midlands, was charged pounds 4 for the privelege
of watching Solihull Borough beat Bedworth United 3-0 in the Dr Marten's Midland Division.
It's a privelege
to be in these games,'' Demps said.
The client should engage the lawyer, whose privelege
may (but will not always) shield the necessary discussions and thus prevent the CPA from becoming a witness against the client.
IT was a privelege
to be present earlier this week when Steve Prescott MBE and Apollo Perelini were inducted into the St Helens' Typhoo Hall of Fame at Langtree Park.