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His horticultural writings were exceedingly beneficial, as well to the gardeners as farmers.
Trades-unions have a double nature, they are created for both beneficial and business purposes.
Originally their beneficial character was the more important feature.
The beneficial results of those acts are too large to be here entered into in detail.
Asbestos rope and cloth are now largely manufactured and used for this purpose in the United States with very beneficial results.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Nevertheless, his marks on organ-building in this country were great and wholly beneficial.
A little tobacco smoked or chewed three or four times a day cannot fail to be beneficial.
"Well, Miss Enid, because a complete change will be beneficial to you in more ways than one," he replied with an air of mystery.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
The beneficial effects of nitrate of soda appear to be almost entirely confined to the grasses and cereals.
So, again, the rule of the English Church seems less beneficial than that of the more rational and free Nonconformist.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD

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