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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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Clinical Priviliges Committee: The Clinical Priviliges Committee (CPC) reviews the application for credentialing that the applicant has training, competence, licensure or registration to perform in the proposed area.
According to the Pakistani community and diplomatic circles in London, the Pakistani community had received their leader with open arms while the British officials and parliamentarians also bestowed on Shehbaz Sharif priviliges as were granted to any political leader of Pakistan in the UK.
25 (SUNA) - The Eritrean President, Issaias Afewerki, announced that Eritrea will give special priviliges and incentives to the Sudanese investments in Eritrea, asserting that the door is widely open for the Sudanese private sector to invest in Eritrea in different fields, particularly in the sectors of agriculture, industry and services.
The draft law also completes the bank's statute, priviliges and immunities in Tunisia.
The catalog of a relational database management system stores the metadata of the relational schema such as all table related information (indexes, attributes, constraints, priviliges, etc).
IPRS are rule-governed priviliges that regulate the ownership and exploitation of abstract objects in many fields of human activity (.
According to its draft-law the proposed Council "enjoys the rights, priviliges and the legal position of the prime minister, and its Chairman enjoys the right to "appoint its acting chairman, in the event of his absence for any reason.
When Bolivar sought to define the republican bases of a government, he included "the sovereignty of the people, the separation of powers, civil liberties, a ban on slavery, and the abolition of the monarchy and of priviliges.
They then seek priviliges and/or positions at other facilities either within or without the same state.