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It also befits the fact that Roku would be investing in original programming to reap revenue from advertising alone, which isn’t as lucrative as recurring subscription revenue, especially when combined with ad revenue.
This was not the attire befitting a free man, Pace told him.
Maybe it’s not the best profile, but it is a résumé befitting a No.
Dickinson, a freshman center who starred at nearby DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, faced his hometown school for the first time and played with an edge befitting a player who felt overlooked by the locals during his recruitment.
It would ill befit the dignity of a Villiers to be frightened out of her abode by a party of rude soldiers.
I have never craved wealth for its own sake, though I have always known that a costly setting would befit beauty such as mine.
A DREADFUL TEMPTATIONMRS. ALEX. MCVEIGH MILLER
The rooms were decorated to befit the day, and great jack-o'-lanterns grinned from mantels or brackets.
And then he would sit in his arm-chair for hours, intending to turn his mind to such solemn thoughts as might befit a dying man.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
They would better befit a debating society than an assembly of statesmen met to consider constitutional questions.
Every adaptation of means to an end would not become God, though it might befit man.

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