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Some depended on small donations, others on the benevolence of wealthy patrons.
It’s this hint of benevolence that makes him perhaps the most complicated video game president we’ve ever had.
In the community, he set a standard for engagement and benevolence.
He was sheriff of Paris, 1770, and employed his leisure in objects of benevolence, till the revolution overwhelmed him.
He mentioned the name of a woman well known in Summerville for strong character and wise benevolence.
A LOST HEROELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD AND HERBERT D. WARD
It changed all the benevolence of her nature into wrathful bitterness and unmitigated contempt.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
To all of this Mr Dean listened in perfect silence, patiently, and with a smile of universal benevolence.
In manners affable, and in benevolence unsurpassed, the Kentucky planter gains the plaudits of all.
Benevolence—or more correctly speaking, a universal affection—was one of his chief characteristics.
Who is there in this wicked world who would not consider a character for active benevolence cheap at a shilling?

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