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sal yuh te ree

  • s  tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health
    the salutary influence of pure air

  • The import of sugar from the Latin American countries had a salutary effect on beating down the sugar prices.
  • As the debate over legalizing pot spilled into the 21st century, PTI revisited "the new politics of pot" in a cover story that raised the issue of marijuana's salutary effects.
  • But nothing could do more to undermine this most salutary restoration than the new and gratuitous attempts to invade science, and most particularly evolution, with religion.
News & Articles

  • Delaying Retirement? Count Yourself Lucky
    The Great Recession came with a variety of silver linings, including a renewed commitment to save, reduce debt and focus on core values like relationships and experiences. Less noted has been a salutary effect on older workers and the employers that are aware enough to value them. Tough times generally have forced 60-plus workers to stay on the job longer in order to repair their ravaged savings ...
    June 10, 2013 - Time Magazine
Quotes

  • Sumner Redstone in MovieWeb
    Redstone concluded that his decision to axe Cruise "sent a message to the rest of the world that the time of the big star getting all this money is over. And it is! I would like to think that what I did, or what we did, has had a salutary effect on...
  • John Howard in Melbourne Herald Sun
    It's a reminder of how dangerous that operation is,Mr Howard said. "It's a salutary reminder to all of us that there are men and women, whilst we're going about our ordinary daily lives, who put their lives on the line to promote the...
  • William Lerach in San Diego Union Tribune
    Citigroup was a substantial participant as a financial institution involved in Enron. ...... This will have a salutary effect on the others,said William Lerach, the lawyer representing the University of California, which lost $144.7 million...

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