Examples of beneficence in a Sentence
the town library stays open primarily through beneficences from concerned residents
a religious leader whose beneficence is felt by all who meet him
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But his faith in his country’s beneficence remains undimmed.
Rarely noted is the longstanding Israeli beneficence toward Palestinians, when not under attack.
Americans have long had a love-hate relationship with Europe and foreigners in general, along with a strong current of belief that others have taken advantage of U.S. beneficence, sentiments that Trump has been more than willing to exploit.
Better still would be the inculcation into all our moral considerations of beneficence as an internal good rather than an ethical calculation.
Almost five years ago, at a more obscure institution of higher learning, Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan, China’s president, Xi Jinping, outlined his own vision of economic beneficence.
In different ways, both talked through a new way of thinking about local news, and a novel business model for funding it, one that doesn’t depend on the beneficence of Facebook or Google (which also has a new plan for local coverage).
Blatz's beneficence could have been tempered by the fact that three of the brewery's biggest competitors — Pabst, Schlitz and Miller — also made bids.
Kim wasn't the only recipient of Gray's beneficence.
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