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privilege

(prĭv′ĭ-lĭj) [L. privilegium, law affecting a single person, prerogative]
1. A right granted to a person in recognition of some special status, e.g., a right to practice one's profession in a health care facility.
2. An immunity from commonly imposed standards or laws.
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Upon leaving the company, employees may apply for individual coverage through a Conversion Priviledge.
THIS LOCATION HAS THE MOST PRIVILEDGES IN ALL OF DOWNTOWN LIKE A LARGE COMMERCIAL PARKING LOT RIGHT BEHIND THE RESTAURANT WITH A PRIVATE ENTRACE TO THE RESTAURANT.
In some cases, significant steps toward defining authorial rights were taken by figures now almost forgotten, like George Wither, whose The Schollers Purgatory clearly asserts a natural authorial property: "yfhis Majestie hath not a legall power to confirme unto me that which is naturally myne owne, By what right, then, doe they and others enjoy priviledges for those books wherein every man hath as good property as they[?