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I think if we teach machines to be creative, then they’ll be beneficent toward us, rather than just keeping us around as household pets.
He is the hyperkinetic, beneficent godfather of freed-heel skiing the Canaan Valley.
Christians declare that the divine origin and truth of their religion are proved by its beneficent results.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
In the beneficent arrangements of Divine love to the young, the latter is first extended.
A most beneficent work was set on foot in the foundation of Charity Schools.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Perhaps, too, I may be called to effect so beneficent a work, the humble instrument of a gracious God.
The poem was simple and optimistic—it told of the beneficent qualities of rain, as it would appear to one whose roof did not leak.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
No other people held its women in so high respect; nowhere else did they exert so strong and beneficent an influence.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
For the next twenty-eight years the Hudson's Bay Company ruled this immense territory with beneficent despotism.
The one thus revived from the power of death gazed on the cloth, and traced out for himself a plan of a beneficent life.

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