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To study the character of Plato will be more beneficial in this regard than to ponder the arguments of the Phoedo.

ZenobiaWilliam Ware

Regular gymnastic work is more beneficial than participation in organized athletics.

Public SpeakingClarence Stratton

And if we had some running streams, it would be much pleasanter in the summer to us, and more beneficial to the cattle.

No function can be more honorable, more sacred, or more beneficial, than that of an upright judge.

Pleasures are more beneficial than duties; like the quality of mercy, they are not strained, and they are twice blest.

I know the free trade with all the States would be more beneficial to her than any territorial possessions she might acquire.

Patrick HenryMoses Coit Tyler

The elixir of ammonium valerianate being particularly unpleasant is likely to be more beneficial to these patients.

PsychotherapyJames J. Walsh

The deep sleep which had overpowered him would no doubt be more beneficial to him than any nourishment.

I am, however, more inclined to the view that a sound provincial training will always be found the more beneficial course.

Have the gold mines of Spain or the coal mines of England been more beneficial to the world?

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