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Example sentences for "benefits"

Lexicographically close words:
benefit; benefite; benefited; benefites; benefiting; benefitt; benefitted; benefitting; benes; beneth
  1. And there can be just as little doubt of the benefits which a practical study of the life of the great doctor will confer upon students, upon priests, and upon all serious men at the present day.

  2. His name, his rank, the benefits the government had conferred on his family, the favors so many times offered him, will all aggravate his crime in the eyes of his judges.

  3. Ireland was not so fortunate during the scholastic as during the monastic era of intellectual development, but what benefits she had she owed them again to the same institution which had educated her sons in olden days.

  4. And what if he had continued to verify the benefits of the revolutionary syren, still beloved of certain politicians, till the end of the year 1872?

  5. There is a childish, wayward, wailing temper, which never counts benefits received save as title-deeds by which to demand others.

  6. We can live in peace with all our sister States; if that power will be controlled by law, each can exercise and enjoy the full benefits secured by their own laws; and this is all we ask.

  7. I have no knowledge of any resulting benefits from the scheme to either race.

  8. It is not necessary now to enter into any of the benefits and advantages of colonization; the Senator has pronounced it the noblest scheme ever devised by man; he says it is powerful but harmless.

  9. We should expand our social security program, both as to the size of the benefits and the extent of coverage, against the economic hazards due to unemployment, old age, sickness, and disability.

  10. I earnestly hope that the Congress will complete action at this session on legislation to increase the benefits and extend the coverage of old-age and survivors' insurance.

  11. That is true not only in those regions which have already received great benefits from Federal power projects, but also in regions such as New England where the benefits of large-scale public power development have not yet been experienced.

  12. We should now extend unemployment compensation, old age benefits, and survivors' benefits to millions who are not now protected.

  13. This growth has come about, not by concentrating the benefits of our progress in the hands of a few, but by increasing the wealth of the great body of our Nation and our citizens.

  14. In addition, now is the time to start a sensible program of readjustment benefits for our veterans who have seen service since the fighting broke out in Korea.

  15. I believe that, in cooperation with the other free nations of the world, we shall extend the full benefits of the democratic way of life to millions who do not now enjoy them, and preserve mankind from dictatorship and tyranny.

  16. We believe that such a world order can and should spread the benefits of modern science and industry, better health and education, more food and rising standards of living--throughout the world.

  17. We have answered it by doubling old age insurance benefits and extending coverage to ten million more people.

  18. If the peace policy of the democratic nations is to be successful, they must demonstrate that the benefits of their way of life can be increased and extended to all nations and all races.

  19. In the field of health there are immense opportunities to extend to more of our people the benefits of the amazing advances in medical science.

  20. The world today looks to us for leadership because we have so largely realized, within our borders, those benefits of democratic government for which most of the peoples of the world are yearning.

  21. In our hydroelectric and irrigation undertakings, as well as in our other resource programs, we must continue policies to assure that their benefits will be spread among the many and not restricted to the favored few.

  22. No, your wife has liked the social benefits she derived from marriage, but the private burdens of it she found rather heavy.

  23. You ought not to deprive her of the benefits of her maternity.

  24. If there possibly can be a single Briton who is a skeptic to the benefits of education, let him only take a view of the intellectual degradation and disgusting condition of the Gypsies.

  25. Thus one finds that there is no greater individual interest than to espouse that of the community, and one gains satisfaction for oneself by taking pleasure in the acquisition of true benefits for men.

  26. The benefits he imparts to the creatures that are capable of felicity tend only to their happiness.

  27. It is not strictly true (though it appear plausible) that the benefits God imparts to the creatures who are capable of felicity tend solely to their happiness.

  28. Are they not in honour bound in return of the many benefits they have derived from us to give us every scope of shaping our national life?

  29. Bhuban Mohan was not in want of such lip-deep friends who were good enough to relieve him of much of his earnings as a return for the many benefits they derived from Bhuban Mohan.

  30. In short, the natives should pay only for such benefits as they actually receive.

  31. The perfect man is nothing unless he diffuses himself in benefits over creatures, unless he comforts the afflicted.

  32. The Agrarian Laws were a menace to all the subjects of Rome, and it was one of the benefits conferred by the emperors that they were abolished.

  33. It is true also that they accepted the general principles of the commercial system, and had reaped great benefits from it.

  34. And when any morbid and unreasonable pertinacity appears, much exercise and engagement in other interesting pursuits should be urged, as the only mode of securing the religious benefits aimed at.

  35. It is not unfrequently the case, that ladies, who find themselves cumbered with oppressive cares, after reading remarks on the benefits of system, immediately commence the task of arranging their pursuits, with great vigor and hope.

  36. The members of this order are all equally entitled to the benefits and privileges thereof, without any difference made on account of what any one may have contributed to the interest of the society.

  37. He assumed the military command; the Barbarians suspended their fury; and whatever means he might employ, whatever concessions he might be forced to make, the people enjoyed the benefits of actual tranquillity.

  38. The Visigoths and Burgundians, whose conquests in Gaul preceded those of the Franks, showed less impatience to attain one of the principal benefits of civilized society.

  39. You enjoy, in common with yourselves, the permanent benefits of civil government; and your remote situation is less exposed to the accidental mischiefs of tyranny.

  40. Benefits bestowed upon the evil-disposed increase their means of injuring you.

  41. Do you, while receiving benefits from me and resting under my shade, dare to describe me as useless, and unprofitable?

  42. The desire for imaginary benefits often involves the loss of present blessings.

  43. Still another motive tending in the same direction is the desire to make the practical benefits of psychological study available for the student in the further conduct of his work as a student in whatever field.

  44. Obviously the technical aim is very prominent, though civic and cultural benefits of no mean character will of necessity be derived.

  45. And these worldly emoluments and benefits are what they feared would be taken away from them, should the great principles of love to God and love to man, inculcated by our Savior, be generally received.

  46. But Markham thought of her as he had frequently done, thankful again for the benefits of her regard, the genuineness of which she had brought home to him in many material ways.

  47. Observations on the Precedent List: Together with a View of the Trade of Ireland, and the Great Benefits which accrue to England thereby; with some hints for the further improvement of the same.

  48. They have learned to like the Constitution because the country has prospered under it, and because it has given them all the benefits of national life without interference with local liberties.

  49. It is very easy to talk of the benefits that might have been conferred on Ireland by such humanity and justice as was practised by Turgot in his administration of the Generality of Limoges.

  50. We worship one God, the one whom ye all naturally know, at whose lightnings and thunders ye tremble, at whose benefits ye rejoice.

  51. The benefits of Christ's redemption are pearls which must not be cast before swine.

  52. At all the meetings the names and addresses of those present are taken for the purpose of following them up by correspondence from the district agent's office, so that the benefits of the instruction shall not be lost from one year to another.

  53. Thus did Booker Washington plan to carry the benefits of classroom instruction directly into the actual life problems of these graduates as well as to bring the problems of actual life into the classroom.

  54. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "benefits" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.