Definition of Privileges. Meaning of Privileges. Synonyms of Privileges

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- Privilege may refer to: Privilege (film), a 1967 film directed by Peter Watkins Privilege (Ivor Cutler album), 1983 Privilege (Television Personalities...
- plantation bourgeoisie conferring "white race" privileges on European-American working people; that these privileges were not only against the interests of African-Americans...
- Church, ecclesiastical privileges are the privileges enjo**** by the clergy. Their scope varied over time. The main privileges are: Privilegium canonis...
- init, runs with root privileges. It spawns all other processes directly or indirectly, which inherit their parents' privileges. Only a process running...
- law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.... The primary author of the Privileges or Immunities Clause was Congressman...
- run with as few privileges as possible, and also launch applications with as few privileges as possible. The principle of least privilege is widely recognized...
- come to be synonymous with a do****ent that sets out a grant of rights or privileges. The term is used for a special case (or as an exception) to an institutional...
- means of a charter from the ruling monarch that defined its privileges and laws. Common privileges involved trade (marketplace, the storing of goods, etc.)...
- convert their appointment from honorary to substantive, then enjoy all privileges of membership of the order, including use of the title of Sir and Dame...
- entitled, in every other State, to all the privileges of free citizens of the latter; that is, to greater privileges than they may be entitled to in their...
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