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Tompkins-Stange said the idea of a benevolent billionaire is a uniquely American phenomenon and a function of the country’s tax exemption code for foundations.
THE BILLIONAIRE BOOMNITASHA TIKU, JAY GREENEMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The dragons of this universe draw inspiration from the benevolent magical dragons of Vietnamese folklore, with a design based on the naga folklore of Thailand and other countries.
He was learned, benevolent and pious, and author of several religious works.
His ambition is a purely selfish one, while mine is distinctly benevolent.
The bed threw a shadow on them both, but she could see his benevolent face, anxious and yet reassuring, rather clearly.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
The Railway Benevolent Institution provided a rallying point.
Generally persons who associate for charitable or benevolent purposes do not regard themselves in a legal sense as partners.
He it was whose zeal and enthusiasm firmly established the Railway Benevolent as a great institution.
Surely this pitiable case ought to be brought to the attention of the Actors' Benevolent Association.
Louis was benevolent, but destitute of the decision of character requisite to hold the reins of government in so stormy a period.

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