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1. Men of privilege without power are waste material, Men of enlighten-ment without influence are the poorest kind of rubbish.
2. These clubs are the last bastions of male privilege.
3. Healthcare should be a right, not a privilege.
4. The club is the last stonghold of male privilege.
5. It is my pleasure, nay privilege, to introduce tonight's guest speaker.
6. We don't realize what a privilege it is to grow old with someone.
7. I had the privilege of meeting the queen.
8. Try not to abuse the privilege of being allowed more freedom.
9. Parking in this street is the privilege of the residents.
10. They fought against privilege in order to create a fairer society.
11. I hope to have the privilege of working with them again.
12. Kings cannot privilege what God forbade.
13. It is a great privilege to be attending this conference.
14. Education should not be considered to be a privilege in a modern society.
15. I esteem it as a privilege to attend this meeting and give a report here.
16. She had led a life of luxury and privilege.
17. I was given the dubious privilege of organizing the summer fair.
18. Of course, no country has the privilege of fishing in our coastal water.
19. Do not overdo your privilege of reproving me.
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20. It was a real privilege to meet her.
21. There is no other team with the privilege to have such a deep symbiosis with a football genius.
22. Her attitudes solidified through privilege and habit.
23. I had the great privilege to play for Yorkshire.
24. I esteem it a privilege to address such a distinguished audience.
25. It was a privilege to hear her sing/hearing her sing.
26. The problems of your past are your business. The problems of your future are my privilege.
27. Education should be a universal right and not a privilege.
28. As a member of the nobility, his life had been one of wealth and privilege.
29. He described British public schools as, "the last redoubt of upper-class privilege".
30. British public schools are regarded as one of the last bastions of upper-class privilege.
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