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On the whole, I think my hobby is more beneficial to you than yours is profitable to me.'

Our physician said nothing could be more beneficial to her than such a campaign.

The simpler the diet, on the whole, the more beneficial it is likely to be.

Time effected that end, perhaps, in a more beneficial manner.

Therapeutically, there is nothing that could be more beneficial to the human system.

Nobody could tell whether it would be more beneficial to the manufacturers than to the wool- and hemp-growers.

The use of imagination in science has never been more aptly illustrated nor more beneficial than in his case.

Intellectual food is like any other; it is pleasanter and more beneficial to take it with a spoon than with a shovel.

Nothing is more beneficial to roses than a frequent digging and stirring of the soil around them.

Truth is more beneficial than untruth; and gentleness than cruel behaviour.