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How can I suspend using a keyboard shortcut, without administrator privileges?

Is there a way that I can setup the ctrl-alt-L shortcut to be suspend instead of lock? It seems like it would be much more efficient as I'm not really using lock and unlock every few minutes. I unlock when I start, and lock when I'm done, and the few seconds suspend takes isn't really much time at all. I've looked at Keyboard>Shortcuts>System but there isn't a suspend option there, or any other place I looked.

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marked as duplicate by izx, John S Gruber, hbdgaf, Jjed, Jorge Castro Sep 9 '12 at 16:43

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

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Just realized. Duplicate question, just showed up on google for me.

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