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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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Also, the first sentence in the Manifesto for teaching online is: "Online can be the privileged mode" (Digital Education Group, 2016).
Despite his self-confessed privileged mode of travel, Hanks has, like so many of us, experienced those nightmares when aircraft have been horribly delayed.
Dante is both the obedient scribe and the independent genius for whom poetry is a "privileged mode of divine revelation" (69).
Thus, any (meta)commentary we make cannot be a privileged mode of truth.