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Our Revolution was made possible by some remarkable factors, most of which involve the benign neglect of the British government toward the 13 colonies for much of their first 150 years.
After six decades, the rooms were still intact, largely thanks to benign neglect.
The need for benign neglect The more squared-away among us have been doing their Christmas shopping for a while.
Awkwardness became a cyclical force, weaponized not through malice, but through the convenient delusions of benign neglect.
For those who care about international women’s rights, the best-case scenario under the new administration is benign neglect.
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