preferred position

noun
especially desirable advertising space for which, if it is specifically requested by the advertiser, a publication charges a premium rate.
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But it is impossible to move all borrowers to a preferred position in the credit markets.
The attorney must serve as an advocate for the individual's preferred position.
Judgment creditor of insolvent corporation cannot put himself in preferred position over other creditors.
What evidence makes its way to the surface is often cited selectively to make a case for a preferred position.
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