special privilege

special privilege

n
(Law) a legally endorsed privilege granted exclusively to some individual or group
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The compiler described himself as having enjoyed certain special privileges. Thus, the presiding Judge had himself revised his charge to the jury.
My Hindoo friends possessed some special privileges which enabled them to gain access to the shrine.
Then there were such unworthy charlatans as the pardoners and professional pilgrims, traveling everywhere under special privileges and fleecing the credulous of their money with fraudulent relics and preposterous stories of edifying adventure.
'So we must ask their opinion if they will allow such a special privilege. It's a special privilege e.
Taiwan passport holders are now eligible to clear immigration via the eGate automatic border control systems at both of Rome's airports, making Taiwan one of only eight countries in the world outside the EU afforded this special privilege.
New Delhi [India], Feb 25 (ANI): The Centre must publicly commit to retaining Article 35A of the Constitution, which gives special privilege to the permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir, said CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury on Monday.
CM Mehmood Khan said this while talking to media at his residence and adding that no more special privilege will be granted to anyone.
New Delhi: Mercedes Benz India has introduced a special privilege program for its customers across the country.
He added: "However, it is increasingly clear that there are some who do not respect that special privilege and are happy to abuse it for personal or political purposes.
"It is a special privilege to be appointed to the GSMA Board, and I am honoured to be able to join this senior body of industry leaders," commented Dr.
CLERGY who have the special privilege of preaching for the Queen attended a reception hosted by the monarch.

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