Definitions

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  • adjective Not privileged.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ privileged

Examples

  • Third, we are concerned here with witnesses with privileged medical information, not merely witnesses who will testify to nonprivileged facts.

    Fourth Department

  • Third, we are concerned here with witnesses with privileged medical information, not merely witnesses who will testify to nonprivileged facts.

    Medical Malpractice

  • The privileged would have to see the non-privileged as likes by directing their attention away from themselves and toward the nonprivileged, by appreciating the personhood status of the nonprivileged, and by coming to understand the complex hurts involved in oppression which requires recognizing the interconnections between the systematically related barriers and forces that keep a group oppressed (Superson 2004, 38-49).

    Feminist Moral Psychology

  • So the privilege lists are not faulty because some of the nonprivileged happent to have privilege.

    The Non-Trans Privilege Checklist

  • I think there is some sort of odd concept that the nonprivileged automatically have “good knowledge or understanding of how certain oppressions work in society.”

    Privilege

  • The reason for this is that a nonprivileged child process might inherit privileged files from its parents.

    Phrack Issue #18 (Crimson Death's Issue)

  • "While the money being divided up by the privileged conferences at the expense of nonprivileged conferences is astounding, the principles being violated are even more astounding."

    Durangoherald.com

  • "The notion that only one party to a litigation should have access to some of the most important nonprivileged evidence bearing directly on the case runs counter to basic principles of civil discovery in an adversary system," he added.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "While the money being divided up by the privileged conferences at the expense of nonprivileged conferences is astounding, the principles being violated are even more astounding."

    hattiesburgamerican.com -

  • "The notion that only one party to a litigation should have access to some of the most important nonprivileged evidence bearing directly on the case runs counter to basic principles of civil discovery in an adversary system," he added.

    NYT > Home Page

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