privileged site

priv·i·leged site

an anatomic area lacking lymphatic drainage, such as the brain, cornea, and hamster cheek pouch, in which heterologous tumors may grow because the host does not become sensitized.

priv·i·leged site

(priv'i-lĕjd sīt)
An anatomic area lacking lymphatic drainage, such as the brain, cornea, and hamster cheek pouch, in which heterologous tumors may grow because the host does not become sensitized.
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On a privileged site of the ZAC Presqu'le in Grenoble, registered in the Eco Cit approach, Actis - OPH of the Grenoble region wants to realize a building ranging from R + 4 to R + 9, comprising about 40 housing and businesses in DRC .
Gordon observes that even though the massacres and deportations of Jews took place primarily in the central and northern regions of Italy, because of the importance of Rome to the Catholic Church, Judaism, fascism, and the antifascist resistance, the city became a privileged site for the production of Holocaust knowledge.
It is here that Rowland reaps the reward of the meticulous readings that make up the first half of the book: the rhetoric of infancy emerges as central to the construction of literary history, transforming the nursery into a privileged site, within which the 'primitive' past is preserved.
He argues that both Seneca and Petronius "attempt to move beyond the body as the privileged site for determining moral self-worth.
Tounsi pointed out that the event, placed under the theme "New Tunisia, New Opportunities," will convey the message to the attending investors that Tunisia "remains a privileged site which offers competitive advantages, an environment suitable for doing business and a country that possesses a transparent regulatory framework.
They are a privileged site for hearing the Spirit of God who groans in the human heart and the suffering world when something new is struggling into existence and when the Spirit is being stifled.
For the bank, figures posted by Tunisia are very modest for a country that aspires to become a privileged site in terms of FDI.
Laviosa maintains that the major transformations in the Mediterranean territories since the end of the cold war make these countries "a privileged site for a cultural inquiry focused on a national and supra-national (Euro and Mediterranean regions) perspective on women's issues" (xxvi).
It is the female body which ultimately becomes the privileged site of contradictory and contested meanings, however.
It is a significant claim to fame by Silver Hill at Great Malvern, the successor to Holly Mount on the same privileged site.
How does "Italy" become a privileged site within which historical realities are displaced subjected to a process of "vacation"--in favor of an ideal that reveals itself as both productive and imprisoning?
In particular, since the adoption of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for global poverty reduction at the UN's Millennium Summit in 2000, the MDGs serve as the declared priority for many governments and, more particularly, for the Bretton Woods Institutions, even though "mainstream economic theory and public policy analysis reflects the communitarian perspective in important respects; after all, the state remains the privileged site of policymaking and the actor with the monopoly right to use coercive means over its own territory" (p.