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SharePoint 2013 - Contribute + Recycle Bin Access Level

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Hello;

I want to create a group that has, essentially, Contribute-level access plus the ability to see the End User Recycle bin (not the Site Collection Recycle Bin).  My hunch is that the permission option they'd need is "Manage Web Site", but I don't want the end users to have the ability to change anything administratively on the web site.  Literally: just contribute PLUS end-user (first-level) recycle bin access.  How can this be done?

Thanks in advance.
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