beneficially : Definition, Usages, News and More

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be nuh fi shuh lee

  • r  in a beneficial manner
    this medicine will act beneficially on you

  • But he reasons that "serious chronic inflammations in the body generally might be beneficially influenced by systematic psychoanalysis.
  • But he balanced that belief with the conviction that human enterprise may be beneficially stimulated by prudent aids and encouragements on the part of the government.
  • But I know there are many Americans who should teach and could influence children as beneficially as he did me.
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  • Gen James L Jones in AFP
    We are entering a new strategic relationship,Jones said, in which the United States is "not just interested in a short-term relationship but a long-term relationship that will affect beneficially the future of Pakistan as a democracy in...
  • Dmitry Medvedev in RIA Novosti
    Our economic cooperation has been developing dynamically and beneficially of late. Bilateral trade has almost quadrupled over the past six years,Medvedev said.

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