Definitions for "Privilege"
A peculiar benefit, advantage, or favor; a right or immunity not enjoyed by others or by all; special enjoyment of a good, or exemption from an evil or burden; a prerogative; advantage; franchise.
To grant some particular right or exemption to; to invest with a peculiar right or immunity; to authorize; as, to privilege representatives from arrest.
To bring or put into a condition of privilege or exemption from evil or danger; to exempt; to deliver.
Keywords:  finer, vomrs, unprivileged, saz, voms
The level assigned for each user that defines the range of action a user can have on the local area network.
An authorization for a user to either access or perform certain tasks on objects stored in the system. Privileges are assigned by the Content Manager system administrator.
The VO Privilege Project implements finer-grained authorization for access to grid-enabled resources and services in order to improve user account assignment and management at grid sites, and reduce the associated administrative overhead. Depending on its implementation, privilege relies on, interfaces to and further develops at least some of the following independent pieces of VO-implemented and site-implemented authorization software: VOMS, VOMRS, Grid-map callout interface, GUMS, and SAZ. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | W | X | Y | Z
Keywords:  toop, cutler, ivor, hirst, euphonium
Privilege is an album by Ivor Cutler, originally released in 1983 on Rough Trade Records. It was produced by David Toop and Steve Beresford, both of whom are better known for their work in ambient music, and unlike Cutler's 1970s recordings it sees Cutler's vocals accompanied by a wide range of musical instruments including keyboards, banjo, euphonium and alto flute. The LP is co-credited to Linda Hirst, who recites a number of poems and provides backing vocals on some of the tracks.
a clause in a Peonage Enjoinder which allows the Major or his Agent to be the Effective Cause of certain clearly specified and limited restrictions to the Liberty of a Peon without being a Culpable Agent for those restricting actions
an action that can only be done with a License from the Government
Keywords:  bestow
bestow a privilege upon
a benefit extended to a relationship or a communication that protects the relationship or communication from disclosure to others
a unequal relationship where an individual is given more benefits based on their race, economic background or other source of unequal power relationship between people
Protection against disclosure of information based on communications made in confidence between parties having legally protected relationships. Based on the policy that it is better to have frank, open communications between parties in certain relationships by protecting these communications from disclosure in litigation. Pertains to communications between attorney/client, doctor/patient, priest/penitent, and husband/wife.
Keywords:  itr, emp, john, authorization, perform
an authorization to perform a particular function
Authorization for an entity to perform certain actions on certain programs or objects. For example, John may have the SELECT privilege on table EMP within database ITR.
According to the pronunciation (not " pronounciation"!) of this word, that middle vowel could be anything. Remember: two [i]s + two [e]s in that order.
Keywords:  tutorial, webdb, guide, book, search
(WebDB Tutorial Guide; search in this book)
(Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide; search in this book)
A privilege governs the use of a preference that represents an Empower function.
A security attribute that does not have the property of uniqueness and which may be shared by many principals. An example of a privilege is a group.
a task or an operation defined within the application
Keywords:  spread, call, see
See Call, Put, Spread, etc.
The level of security required to access an object.
Keywords:  level, see
See privilege level.