Some articles on degree, status, degrees, degree status:
... Canons of certain cathedrals and Westminster Abbey were still required to be degree-holders until recent times ... In these cases, conferring the status of a graduate is the granting of a privilege, in that the recipient has received a positive favour not generally enjoyed by most people, but it also acted as a ... Still, however they were justified, in canon law, the conferral of degrees or degree status gave substantial and substantive rights and privileges, and were not merely ...
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