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    1. Bahkmar had nursed a secret hope that the afterlife would be free of such senseless edicts of privilege, but that hope had been squashed within days of his death

    2. Still, it was a privilege to be on an interstellar voyage, a seedship at that, aimed at the enemy that had lead to the destruction of Immortal Talstan

    3. "It must have logged her in, her password was good and she had the privilege to do that

    4. It’s an honour and a privilege to hear Karen tear him to shreds

    5. It was a privilege to listen to, I can tell you

    6. my privilege to ensure that you learn everything you need to know

    7. the only student janitor in this work force and being the only student is a privilege

    8. It is so detrimental, idiotic and ill-conceived that it is simply baffling to think that it has survived for so long without anybody stepping forth to question it, 'it' being the advice, the advice in this case being the advice to 'count your blessings', a phrase which simply means to check your privilege and look at how lucky you are, even though the advice does nothing to stop your current trouble

    9. It is my privilege to introduce for your entertainment: The Village Theatrical Society's production of Shakespeare's beloved, A Mid-summer Night's Dream

    10. Hipolyta strolled with Kaitlyn, or sat, or read stories with Mandy, sometimes one or the other had the privilege of caring for Hannah during their companionship

    11. the privilege, and were housed in the most depressing,

    12. The Church is a gateway to Heaven, and we have the privilege of

    13. the privilege of bringing the love and restorative power of Christ

    14. The exclusive privilege of an incorporated trade necessarily restrains the competition, in the

    15. It is everywhere much easier for a wealthy merchant to obtain the privilege

    16. – had the privilege of experiencing such joy

    17. A world of privilege and power

    18. exorbitant fee for the privilege of using that portion of the

    19. “Hmm, I think I should grant you the privilege

    20. “Hmm, maybe you have the privilege of learning this from me too

    21. on the tour? It is a privilege to go isn’t it?”

    22. The only opportunity would be if she somehow earned the privilege of sleeping unchained

    23. Entails are thought necessary for maintaining this exclusive privilege of the nobility to the great offices and honours of their country; and that order having usurped one unjust advantage over the rest of their fellow-citizens, lest their poverty should render it ridiculous, it is thought reasonable that they should have another

    24. The people to whom it is granted as a privilege, that they might give away their own daughters in marriage without the consent of their lord, that upon their death their own children, and not their lord, should succeed to their goods, and that they might dispose of their own effects by will, must, before those grants, have been either altogether, or very nearly, in the same state of villanage with the occupiers of land in the country

    25. They were generally at the same time erected into a commonalty or corporation, with the privilege of having magistrates and a town-council of their own, of making bye-laws for their own government, of building walls for their own defence, and of reducing all their inhabitants under a sort of military discipline, by obliging them to watch and ward; that is, as anciently understood, to guard and defend those walls against all attacks and surprises, by night as well as by day

    26. By granting them magistrates of their own, the privilege of making bye-laws for their own government, that of building walls for their own defence, and that of reducing all their inhabitants under a sort of military discipline, he gave them all the means of security and independency of the barons which it was in his power to bestow

    27. " Country gentlemen and farmers, dispersed in different parts of the country, cannot so easily combine as merchants and manufacturers, who being collected into towns, and accustomed to that exclusive corporation spirit which prevails in them, naturally endeavour to obtain, against all their countrymen, the same exclusive privilege which they generally possess against the inhabitants of their respective towns

    28. It was probably in imitation of them, and to put themselves upon a level with those who, they found, were disposed to oppress them, that the country gentlemen and farmers of Great Britain so far forgot the generosity which is natural to their station, as to demand the exclusive privilege of supplying their countrymen with corn and butcher's meat

    29. To have her look at and speak with a person was viewed as a blessing from the gods, a privilege to be cherished to death

    30. But even this restraint was afterwards thought insufficient, and, by a statute of Elizabeth, the privilege of granting it was confined to the quarter-sessions

    31. The seignorage, if it was not exorbitant, would add to the bullion the whole value of the duty; because, the government having everywhere the exclusive privilege of coining, no coin can come to market cheaper than they think proper to afford it

    32. He was a much younger man then, a young man of lofty privilege

    33. Privilege that saw generations-old luxury, gilded ballrooms, and finest porcelain

    34. This, however, has been the policy of Holland, though their company, in the course of the present century, has given up in many respects the exertion of their exclusive privilege

    35. In their exclusive privilege of supplying the colonies with all the goods which they wanted from Europe, and of purchasing all such parts of their surplus produce as could not interfere with any of the trades which they themselves carried on at home, the interest of the colonies was sacrificed to the interest of those merchants

    36. According to the scheme of taxing by requisition, the parliament of Great Britain would stand nearly in the same situation towards the colony assemblies, as the king of France does towards the states of those provinces which still enjoy the privilege of having states of their own, the provinces of France which are supposed to be the best governed

    37. The parliament of Great Britain has not, for some time past, had the same established authority in the colonies, which the French king has in those provinces of France which still enjoy the privilege of having states of their own

    38. They have, accordingly, very seldom succeeded without an exclusive privilege ; and frequently have not succeeded with one

    39. Without an exclusive privilege, they have commonly mismanaged the trade

    40. With an exclusive privilege, they have both mismanaged and confined it

    41. The Royal African company, the predecessors of the present African company, had an exclusive privilege by charter ; but as that charter had not been confirmed by act of parliament, the trade, in consequence of the declaration of rights, was, soon after the Revolution, laid open to all his majesty's subjects

    42. The South Sea company, as long as they continued to be a trading company, had an exclusive privilege confirmed by act of parliament; as have likewise the present united company of merchants trading to the East Indies

    43. They all, however, had exclusive charters, which, though not confirmed by act of parliament, were in those days supposed to convey a real exclusive privilege

    44. The first trade which they engaged in, was that of supplying the Spanish West Indies with negroes, of which (in consequence of what was called the Assiento Contract granted them by the treaty of Utrecht) they had the exclusive privilege

    45. Their charter was exclusive, and, though not confirmed by act of parliament, was in those days supposed to convey a real exclusive privilege

    46. But in process of time, when the principles of liberty were better understood, it became every day more and more doubtful, how far a royal charter, not confirmed by act of parliament, could convey an exclusive privilege

    47. A few private traders, whose subscriptions amounted only to seven thousand two hundred pounds, insisted upon the privilege of trading separately upon their own stocks, and at their own risks

    48. The East India company, upon the redemption of their funds, and the expiration of their exclusive privilege, have a right, by act of parliament, to continue a corporation with a joint stock, and to trade in their corporate capacity to the East Indies, in common with the rest of their fellow subjects

    49. The principal banking companies in Europe, accordingly, are joint-stock companies, many of which manage their trade very successfully without any exclusive privilege

    50. The bank of England has no other exclusive privilege, except that no other banking company in England shall consist of more than six persons

    1. At times she felt guilty that she was privileged to live on in heaven while they had simply ceased

    2. ago, and have been privileged to have the two of

    3. He was privileged with a key to that door, though Heleem attended it at this hour

    4. “It's about the best news I have been privileged to receive since the end of August last,” she answered holding Kaitlyn's hands in hers, and she turned to her father and Harold

    5. “But in the presence of this wise descendent of heroic Telemachus, we lowly creatures are privileged to call him ‘sir

    6. Lamp holders lined the walls at regular intervals where oil lamps were lit at night to provide light for those privileged enough to call this their home

    7. “And may I add, he has already witnessed a miracle from God that none of us – not even Darniil – was privileged to see

    8. But it now had apparently found its way even among miscellaneous Nords, people with presumably little to no intricate and privileged knowledge of Cyrodilic politics or wartime history

    9. “So it’s revenge they want, then?” to finally share in the most privileged information

    10. Scott felt privileged

    11. In the examples above, the first Adam had a privileged position with God

    12. God gives this privileged position of authority back to us as a gift for which he asks nothing in return - we only have to accept and believe it to obtain it

    13. do with nature, a privileged look at the sunrise or sunset whilst

    14. You should feel privileged!” She winked at him before continuing through the marshy field

    15. Only a privileged minority could have the realistic expectation of a secure and fulfilling job, it now seemed to him

    16. Over the years Monique had tried not to think of the others below ground, immersing herself in her diplomatic work; a role in which she still felt the need to prove her worth, rather than merely fulfilling the expectations of the cynics (those in the higher echelons of the chosen) who probably viewed her as the benefactor of a privileged background

    17. Though being a supplier to the military might give her some privileged insights into imperial affairs

    18. A copy of the “Army and Navy Register” of July 23rd was produced, and in English, which three-fourths of the officers there understood, a captain read: “The Cubans insurgents felt, when Santiago capitulated, that they should be privileged to sack the city and gratify their lust for robbery, greed, and generally riotous living

    19. jesters were privileged characters in the old days, and jolly Archie

    20. With choice, however, comes (privileged) responsibility

    21. Born extremely sheltered and privileged, Roosevelt's family connections helped get him elected to the New York legislature and several other posts that led to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, where he schemed to get the US involved in the Spanish-American War while the actual Secretary of the Navy was on vacation

    22. In that privileged world spot of unsoiled air, the people are simple, welcoming and friendly

    23. I ran after them, and when I caught up with them, I effusively offered them my apology for not having recognized them, and let them know how privileged I felt to have met them

    24. I feel very privileged and honored that this village, of which I have sung many of its praises in verse, has put me on this dream pedestal

    25. Some readers of Bierzo 7 probably still remember Anthony Quinn’s flattering and endearing commentaries towards our privileged territory, but perhaps are unaware of several television reports that Fred made about El Bierzo for the American public

    26. La Hacienda became a favored hideaway where she and her most privileged friends would engage in games of pleasure that could last an entire uninterrupted day or two

    27. Photos and stories of his past, growing up very privileged, cemented his image as an unlikable rich kid, the kind of boss most people hated

    28. “Ah! It says he was privileged to witness a night attack by an overwhelming force of enemy bombers, or reisenflugzeug

    29. Where did William Walker come from, the man who wanted to make himself king of Central America? The United States, of course – where else? They’ve even sunk to the level of grabbing street kids from the sidewalk, so they can remove and sell their organs to keep another privileged pig alive

    30. Belver felt privileged to be asked, to play his part, in assisting the Wyverns

    31. Abelon had been privileged to sit at the feet of his father, who had been appointed to the council for a season now

    32. He would have to use the symbols of his time that might best simulate what he had witnessed with the aid of qualifiers such as; ‘It was as if, it felt like, it sounded as though,’ in order to impart some small understanding of the vastness of what he had been privileged to witness

    33. Make this for love to the humanity, because the rich and poor people will be privileged, without need of anybody to lose

    34. From your privileged view within this Gift;

    35. years ago i was privileged to receive a copy of the following

    36. “Who do we have here? Ladies and gentlemen, we are privileged to have the great

    37. Of the man who someday you give the privileged honor

    38. It’s privileged information

    39. We’re talking about privileged information

    40. I should have been honored and privileged to know him let alone be his father

    41. from school and those, whom have lunch at the restaurants, are privileged to

    42. We can hardly understand how privileged John was to rest his head on Jesus’ breast,

    43. faith to envy them, and to resent their privileged status, and sometimes, come to the Lord

    44. The Bernhardts feel privileged to

    45. Biblically, there is more, but we are not privileged to see beyond the death

    46. For that reason, it can faithfully be stated that when the cruise ship reached San Juan port in Puerto Rico, Roger carried registered in his mind an educated image of that privileged Caribbean island

    47. Upon reaching Puerto Rico, Roger did not want to fall prey to the fantasy that he had found the privileged island of the one thousand wonders

    48. I felt proud to be his wife, but mostly I felt proud and privileged to know the person behind the expensive suit and impenetrable demeanor

    49. I enjoyed a privileged position at Worldwide Industries & Finance, and I learned plenty of State secrets while I worked there

    50. compatriots know that that privileged corner of the earth is his favorite and that it accompanies him wherever he goes

    1. Klowee had her first decade and was introduced to the privileges and responsibilities of a one decade in the native tradition with only a vedn cake frosted with whipped sugar froth to mark customs of Earth, a token of which only he and Beeta partook

    2. He could have help, there are several people who use his universe with the necessary privileges to teleport to any part of his universe, and any one of them could bring him with them

    3. "Of those with the necessary privileges, Heymon Kruger, Morgan Evans, Alfred McReady, Victoria McReady, are common users of his universe, but there is one of the senior crew who's usage of Alan's universe is among the highest of all the crew and that is Ava Bancour

    4. Ava was talking about getting back to her universe and her administrative privileges, not Yellelle’s sexual escapades or the history of their science

    5. Even as she shouts her distress at being without her administrator privileges, she recognizes the Helmet Room and knows that her med panel, her villa on the Caribbean beach and all the powers of the Afterlife are irretrievably gone

    6. Tom suggested that they use Bram’s Messenger privileges to

    7. “I think he just wants special privileges just because he’s Jewish

    8. The exclusive privileges of corporations are the principal means it makes use of for this

    9. The exclusive privileges of corporations obstruct it from one

    10. exclusive privileges, though they are not very strictly guarded

    11. ” You are welcome to bring your credit cards or cheque books to Reception where a payment will be requested to reinstall those privileges you have been enjoying

    12. The scholars were then paid in privileges, television time, gaming

    13. Academic achievement also gained privileges as well as accolades such as special items of clothing, different neckties, scarves and badges

    14. You will remain a colonel with a colonel's pay and privileges, but you will be stripped of all command responsibility

    15. The customs of merchants, which were established when the barbarous laws of Europe did not enforce the performance of their contracts, and which, during the course of the two last centuries, have been adopted into the laws of all European nations, have given such extraordinary privileges to bills of exchange, that money is more readily advanced upon them than upon any other species of obligation; especially when they are made payable within so short a period as two or three months after their date

    16. The ancient policy of Europe was, over and above all this, unfavourable to the improvement and cultivation of land, whether carried on by the proprietor or by the farmer ; first, by the general prohibition of the exportation of corn, without a special licence, which seems to have been a very universal regulation ; and, secondly, by the restraints which were laid upon the inland commerce, not only of corn, but of almost every other part of the produce of the farm, by the absurd laws against engrossers, regraters, and forestallers, and by the privileges of fairs and markets

    17. The privileges which we find granted by ancient charters to the inhabitants of some of the principal towns in Europe, sufficiently show what they were before those grants

    18. Along with this grant, the important privileges, above mentioned, that they might give away their own daughters in marriage, that their children should succeed to them, and that they might dispose of their own effects by will, were generally bestowed upon the burghers of the town to whom it was given

    19. Whether such privileges had before been usually granted, along with the freedom of trade, to particular burghers, as individuals, I know not

    20. It was during the unprosperous reigns of the princes of the house of Suabia, that the greater part of the free towns of Germany received the first grants of their privileges, and that the famous Hanseatic league first became formidable

    21. } Their offer was accepted, many privileges were conferred upon them, and they began the manufacture with three hundred workmen

    22. The exclusive privileges of those East India companies, their great riches, the great favour and protection which these have procured them from their respective governments, have excited much envy against them

    23. By advantageous treaties of commerce, particular privileges were procured in some foreign state for the goods and merchants of the country, beyond what were granted to those of other countries

    24. By the establishment of colonies in distant countries, not only particular privileges, but a monopoly was frequently procured for the goods and merchants of the country which established them

    25. He would easily fulfil them at the beat of a camel’s hoof if she’d allow it! In the meantime he had to be happy with love’s little privileges that she threw his way

    26. Let the same natural liberty of exercising what species of industry they please, be restored to all his Majesty's subjects, in the same manner as to soldiers and seamen ; that is, break down the exclusive privileges of corporations, and repeal the statute of apprenticeship, both which are really encroachments upon natural Liberty, and add to those the repeal of the law of settlements, so that a poor workman, when thrown out of employment, either in one trade or in one place, may seek for it in another trade or in another place, without the fear either of a prosecution or of a removal; and neither the public nor the individuals will suffer much more from the occasional disbanding some particular classes of manufacturers, than from that of the soldiers

    27. At least being the family’s personal servant had certain special privileges the other slave girls could only fantasise about

    28. Reia countered, “That wasn't necessary! We're just a trying to do our duties as well as the next of them that has the honor to serve!” She positioned herself carefully between the lackey and Jista and kept up a running monologue about the privileges of service, how they'd risen to this lofty level of responsibility

    29. Some privileges which had been granted them, not by treaty, but by the free grace of that crown, at the solicitation, indeed, it is probable, and in return for much greater favours, defence and protection from the crown of Great Britain, had been either infringed or revoked

    30. In all of them, indeed, as in all other free countries, the descendant of an old colony family is more respected than an upstart of equal merit and fortune; but he is only more respected, and he has no privileges by which he can be troublesome to his neighbours

    31. Towards the declension of the Roman republic, the allies of Rome, who had borne the principal burden of defending the state and extending the empire, demanded to be admitted to all the privileges of Roman citizens

    32. During the course of that war, Rome granted those privileges to the greater part of them, one by one, and in proportion as they detached themselves from the general confederacy

    33. The admission of the greater part of the inhabitants of Italy to the privileges of Roman citizens, completely ruined the Roman republic

    34. The industry and commerce of a great country, he endeavoured to regulate upon the same model as the departments of a public office ; and instead of allowing every man to pursue his own interest his own way, upon the liberal plan of equality, liberty, and justice, he bestowed upon certain branches of industry extraordinary privileges, while he laid others under as extraordinary restraints

    35. Such companies, whether regulated or joint-stock, sometimes have, and sometimes have not, exclusive privileges

    36. In the most ancient regulated companies, the privileges of apprenticeship were the same as in other corporations, and entitled the person who had served his time to a member of the company, to become himself a member, either without paying any fine, or upon paying a much smaller one than what was exacted of other people

    37. provided the subscribers were erected into a new East India company, with exclusive privileges

    38. An eminent French author, of great knowledge in matters of political economy, the Abbe Morellet, gives a list of fifty-five joint-stock companies for foreign trade, which have been established in different parts of Europe since the year 1600, and which, according to him, have all failed from mismanagement, notwithstanding they had exclusive privileges

    39. The privileges of graduates in arts, in law, physic, and divinity, when they can be obtained only by residing a certain number of years in certain universities, necessarily force a certain number of students to such universities, independent of the merit or reputation of the teachers

    40. The privileges of graduates are a sort of statutes of apprenticeship, which have contributed to the improvement of education just as the other statutes of apprenticeship have to that of arts and manufactures

    41. Schools have no exclusive privileges

    42. There was nothing equivalent to the privileges of graduation; and to have attended any of those schools was not necessary, in order to be permitted to practise any particular trade or profession

    43. The privileges of graduation, besides, are in many countries necessary, or at least extremely convenient, to most men of learned professions, that is, to the far greater part of those who have occasion for a learned education

    44. But those privileges can be obtained only by attending the lectures of the public teachers

    45. Those masters do not appear to have had eirher salaries or exclusive privileges of any kind

    46. The rights, the privileges, the personal liberty of every individual ecclesiastic, who is upon good terms with his own order, are, even in the most despotic governments, more respected than those of any other person of nearly equal rank and fortune

    47. Everything belonging or related to so popular an order, its possessions, its privileges, its doctrines, necessarily appeared sacred in the eyes of the common people; and every violation of them, whether real or pretended, the highest act of sacrilegious wickedness and profaneness

    48. The privileges of the clergy in those ancient times (which to us, who live in the present times, appear the most absurd), their total exemption from the secular jurisdiction, for example, or what in England was called the benefit ofclergy, were the natural, or rather the necessary, consequences of this state of things

    49. hospital, and all privileges restored

    50. The honours and privileges of different kinds annexed to the former, his Prussian majesty had probably imagined, would sufficiently compensate to the proprietor a small aggravation of the tax; while, at the same time, the humiliating inferiority of the latter would be in some measure alleviated, by being taxed somewhat more lightly

    1. Not that Pulaski was any better, when it came to privileging her over all the other hurting people out there

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    privilege exclusive right perquisite prerogative favor favour franchise immunity