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It is possible that life may have gained a foothold, given the evidence that the planet once had a much more benign environment.
My two personal oncology physicians were the ones who advised a conservative strategy of monitoring those nodules in my neck, which could prove to be benign.
As the election approaches, the building trend of employee activism against employers seems to be taking a benign turn—but don’t imagine that America’s employers and workers are now united in peace and love.
THE ACTIVIST EMPLOYEE HASN’T GONE AWAYGEOFFREY COLVINSEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
These other ingredients, which are combined with the therapeutic one, are often sourced from around the world before landing in your medicine cabinet and are not always benign.
THE ‘INACTIVE' INGREDIENTS IN YOUR PILLS COULD HARM YOUBY YELENA IONOVA/THE CONVERSATIONSEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Sometimes doctors inject patients with benign chemicals that enhance the contrast visible in the image.
Benign respdit pater ipse Membertou neophytos se esse, verum imperarem; in mea potestate esse omnia.
Ab eo igitur tpore Patres nostros perhumaniter habuit, atque honorific in omnibus, mensque benign accepit.
He surveyed the crowd in the court-room with calm indifference, and seldom glanced at the gray-bearded, benign-looking judge.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
"No passion, Colombaik," put in the benign Joan, again interrupting the impetuous young man.
He looked very benign as he quoted these verses in the pulpit on Sunday morning, with a half smile, as of pleased meditation.

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