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be nuh fi shuhnt

  • a  doing or producing good
    the most beneficent regime in history
  • s  generous in assistance to the poor

  • He flitted about China building deluxe villas for his family, blowing money at chic nightclubs, and playing the beneficent philanthropist.
  • That concept of the beneficent, omnipotent will of God and the need to always submit to it, whether we like it or not, is not new.
  • Yet it was Anne's that finally prevailed a beneficent and complicated work outlasting a simple and evil one and that secured to the world's embrace the second most famous .

  • Oliver Sacks in Orlando Sentinel
    It should be an exciting and unusual event,Sacks said in an interview this week. "I will talk about the therapeutic and beneficent power of music as a physician, and then their wonderful choir will perform. ...... And the audience will...
  • Abraham Lincoln in
    Lincoln asked Americans to set aside time "as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens."
  • George Washington in The Conservative Voice
    Accordingly, Washington designated a day for devotion to God, acknowledged God as "that great and glorious Being who is the beneficent author of all the good that was, that is, or that will be," and called upon all Americans to "unite in...

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