Teacher seems to feel benefitted by the change too; for she is already beginning to look like her dear old self.
The plants obviously benefitted, becoming very turgid and greener.
Militarily, this unofficial armistice on the Aragon front only benefitted the enemy.
amateur sports clubs also benefitted from the budget, as donations are now exempt from tax.
The implication has been that Bis has benefitted from being a cultural outsider, sitting on the sidelines lapping everything up.
reaped a windfall as a result of Britain's recent economic success, local government has not benefitted directly.
If you've ever been to a public building, or attended an event, chances are very good you've benefitted from the skills of a fire safety guard.
Aerating wines usually works best with youthful, powerful wines with tannins that have not benefitted from the aging process.
Our hero might be a rebel, eager to study forbidden magic, or exploring uncharted realms, but magic itself is a collection of knowledge that has benefitted from group endeavors.
So while the Treasury has reaped a windfall as a result of Britain 's recent economic success, local government has not benefitted directly.
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