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Richard is a nephew of physician and family patriarch Arthur Sackler, who in family lore was dedicated to the betterment of humankind but who, in Keefe’s account, comes off rather less charitably.
Flattening the curve requires Americans to all take fairly uniform actions — wearing masks, not gathering — for the betterment of the whole of society.
For the betterment of performance, I recommend trying to identify ways to get out of learning mode, even if it means finding creative ways to expand targeting while still remaining relevant.
And our views of poverty and social betterment, or what is possible and what is not, are still largely conditioned by it.
Social betterment must depend at every stage on the force of public spirit and public morality that inspires it.
Every cent that is spent upon the betterment of the population will come back, sooner or later, as two.
These are personal hygiene, selection of healthy mates, and the betterment of the environment.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Nor are we fond of hearing the English-speaking peoples talking about "the betterment of all mankind."
This Congress and American education are aiming at the same thing in the end—the betterment of American life.
Every great movement, which has for its object the betterment of the lot of mankind, lags far behind the times.
OUR NATIONAL FORESTSRICHARD H. DOUAI BOERKER

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