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Bharatiya Janata Party has always said that justice is for all and special privilege for no one," he added.
A HUGE thanks goes to the people of Newcastle for their warmth and hospitality when our tiny football club had the very special privilege of playing at your magnificent stadium.
It also features selected chapters from The Economics of Special Privilege and Rent Seeking.
The churches would not want to be seen as being given any special privilege," Rev.
The first issue of our predecessor, La Follette's Weekly, came out on January 9, 1909, and Fighting Bob made clear that our mission was to join in the "struggle between special privilege and equal rights" and to "fight for government by the people.
In the days before general incorporation laws, corporate charters were a special privilege.
As a guest lecturer, I had the special privilege of meeting her Majesty after the opening ceremony.
If ever there were a property in Colorado deserving of this special privilege, it would be the Black Canyon," said McInnis.
Howdy, this is Hiram King "Hank" Williams, the old Driftin' Cowboy, born on September 17, 1923, in Georgiana, Alabama, died on the road to Canton, Ohio, on January 1, 1953, and speaking to you now from beyond the sunset by virtue of that special privilege granted to dead hillbilly singers on the occasion of their having been dead longer than they were alive.
Yet these cells appear to grant a special privilege to some tissues.
Asked if the new resin facility would result in a competitive economic advantage for the film operations, Kuo claimed Inteplast would not enjoy special privilege with regard to material costs.
The court has directed Tihar authorities to consider Balwa's plea to have home-made food and special orthopedic mattress and pillows in jail as his counsel requested for special privilege for his client, saying he is suffering from acute back pain.

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