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    1. Conversely, something that seems like a short term benefit, may have long term implications


    2. It is by these times where we benefit a lot from


    3. Human nature is such that he always tries to benefit at the cost of others and in the process if palms have to be greased, it is accepted and in some cases even encouraged to take undue advantage of the loopholes


    4. Organic matter and rock powders form the basis of organic fertilizers, and benefit the soil as well as the plant


    5. Your lawn will benefit by having a thin layer of aged (at least 6 months old) horse manure spread over it (using a manure spreader), and then watered well


    6. This practice will also benefit the microbes as well as the beneficial insects


    7. “Your lawn will benefit by having a thin layer of aged horse manure spread over it


    8. An added benefit is that roses organically grown are more disease resistant, & they last longer!


    9. If an endless food source has been found, they will use it to the benefit of their colony


    10. However, if you are a patient and therapeutic Yoga is your need, you will benefit in learning it from a medical practitioner who is trained to understand the physiology of the human body and can thus be watchful of the effects of Yoga if performed incorrectly


















































































    1. benefited his son, so he shook his head once more and


    2. benefited from warm of summer and have


    3. Compare the cultivation of the lands in the neighbourhood of any considerable town, with that of those which lie at some distance from it, and you will easily satisfy yourself bow much the country is benefited by the commerce of the town


    4. Those workmen however, who suffered by our neighbours prohibition, will not be benefited by ours


    5. The government, therefore, when it defrays the expense of coinage, not only incurs some small expense, but loses some small revenue which it might get by a proper duty; and neither the bank, nor any other private persons, are in the smallest degree benefited by this useless piece of public generosity


    6. The persons, again, most immediately benefited by this expense, are those whom the courts of justice either restore to their rights, or maintain in their rights


    7. To sum it up, I left the internship with no bitterness against anyone and feeling that I had been greatly benefited by the experience


    8. Her tuna fish husband (a major owner in the Starkist brand) has more than benefited from her being able to pass legislation that exempted Guanamian tuna fishermen from the Fair Labor Standards Act, thus ensuring that those fishermen, who catch the tuna that would become Starkist, would be paid less than the minimum wage


    9. “If it benefited him in some way


    10. ” I’m comfortable with the climate that has benefited my arthritis, with the people, the economy, and the multiple attractions of La Paz and its vicinity









































































    1. ‘I’m sure your arteries are benefiting


    2. But I have to ask the question: as necessary as some of these things are, is it really benefiting the common person? Who is Lord? Does our Government satisfy our deepest needs, or do they only provide (sometimes) for our external luxuries?


    3. benefiting the current mood you both are in


    4. My desires are obviously conflicting and this prevents me from fully benefiting from everything I could get from PPW


    5. Interestingly though, due to the prey’s need to constantly develop and improve her skills of alertness and evasion, and the resulting need of the predator to continually develop and improve his skills of detection and capture, they both entered into a kind of escalating “arms race” that led to their joint evolution, mutually benefiting both parties


    6. There are only masters of the individual, masquerading as benefiting all


    7. Therefore, the simple change in the organizational systematics occasions high reduction of the social cost, it also produces immense reduction in the cost of the organizations, besides benefiting all the people and mainly the environment because it avoids the immense burning of resources with mistaken current system that utilizes the consumerism to leverage the economy


    8. of semen, one is not fully benefiting from the concept of transmuting


    9. boring, the best long-term strategy for benefiting from Traffic Exchanges is to build


    10. The children who’d not yet mastered their powers were seated inside the circle, benefiting from the protection of others



























































    1. live a life that is not reflecting the advantage or benefits


    2. God, should produce the same benefits he enjoyed with


    3. Discuss the risks and benefits of treatment and non-treatment


    4. It appears as though plant fats have plenty of health benefits


    5. Along with simple activities such as dance, yoga, pilates and wobble boards, Tai Chi is one of the most effective things you can do and has both physical and social benefits


    6. Tax benefits are also available in case of dependents


    7. Section 80D benefits are in addition to Section 80C benefits


    8. If this is avoided the benefits would out-way the problem areas


    9. There are a number of benefits that Instagram videos provide to business customers


    10. Have food stamps saved anyone? Has anyone been better off in life because they have health insurance? Does life get easier when we have these conveniences? Our tax money goes to pay for things like health insurance, food stamps, social security, Medicare, upkeep of unused buildings (that could be used to shelter the homeless if our Government really did care about us), great scientific studies like whether sick shrimp perform as well on a treadmill as healthy shrimp (this is a real study funded by the Government – it cost about 15 million dollars), army expenses, paying off the interest on our nation’s debt, veteran’s benefits, and government jobs such as postal workers or police officers


















































































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