beneficence

[ buh-nef-uh-suh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF beneficence

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Frugality is not only the basis of quiet, but of beneficence.

The time has come when beneficence, to be real, must operate scientifically, not emotionally.

We must transform it into beneficence, and its opposite into the idea of maleficence.

So he took them, and kissed the hands of the king, thanking him for his beneficence, and departed.

Lucienne is yours, Madame, for was it not your beneficence which gave it to me?

He has raised us to partake, as it were, in the ubiquity of his own beneficence.

His unswerving belief in the beneficence of God was most beautiful, most touching.

Freezing of water, law of, illustrates the beneficence of God, 221-223.

Water, the freezing of, illustrates the beneficence of God, 321-323.

He is admired on account of his prowess and forgiven on account of his beneficence.

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