(1) I am very honoured and privileged to have been asked and I do respect her greatly.(2) She was honoured and privileged to accept the award on behalf of the people of Westport.(3) We have indicated our concern at the extent of privileged information that was being passed to the Racing Organisation.(4) And, invariably, the cause of this schism is a form of belief that has been granted a privileged place in debate, beyond rationalism and beyond argument: religion(5) One advantage of Rayleigh's privileged social position was that he did not need an academic post to earn his living.(6) He retained that interest throughout his long life and felt very privileged when the honour of Club president was bestowed on him.(7) I feel really privileged and honoured to be his brother.(8) ‘We are privileged to be associated with this competition which is endorsed by the Department of Education and Science’.(9) I regard the present case as one in which the claimant is seeking to protect the confidential and privileged document, namely the original report.(10) This is privileged information between lawyer and client.(11) But his privileged textual position of a witness grants him immunity.(12) Clearly, the old boy networking and advantages of the privileged classes have not yet been expunged.(13) No universal rule can be laid down, but often an expedient can be used to provide reasons without revealing confidential or privileged evidence.(14) He started off as a lower middle class child, and he now sees it as his divine right to dangle his material status as some sort of privileged position above all others of lesser material wealth.(15) As introduced, the bill required tax advisers to provide a statutory declaration of information contained in a privileged document.(16) Business people do not profit from their work until they create something that has commercial value, which often comes from exploiting privileged information.
(1) privilege :: privilegium
1. wealthy ::
2. confidential ::
4. inner ::
5. favor ::
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Anything you say to me
is totally PRIVILEGED.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 8
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