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As yet the good townsfolk are hardly alive to the benefits of a railway.

The benefits belong to all who are baptized and believe, because God has said so.

I am that only Folly that so readily and indifferently bestows my benefits on all.

I could make the wind blow, but, like other magicians, I could not share in its benefits.

Everything which benefits one of the halves benefits the other.

As mentally she recounted her benefits, the strength there was in her arose, protesting.

History has a cavalier way of recording the benefits of conquest.

I require the equality of salaries, the division of benefits, the glorification of the protectorate.

Now, after having taken me and overwhelmed me with benefits, you send me away.

I am thinking only of their benefits to democracy, to right, and to civilization.

WORD ORIGIN

"financial support (especially for medical expenses) to which one is entitled through employment or membership," 1895, plural of benefit (n.).

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