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  • r  in a benign manner

  • In Manhattan, the Actors' Fund, Rachel Crothers' Stage Relief Fund and the benignantly tactful Actors' Dinner Clubwhere nobody knows who pays for two dinners and who pays for .
  • The lady of his piece is married to an urbane cuckold who regards benignantly her indiscretions with a pianist and financier.
  • When young Heckler Justo cried out, President Roosevelt merely waved aside the interruption benignantly and began: "Members of the American family of nations.

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