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working for the betterment of the lives of working people
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Edith and Edgar Stern both separately won The Times-Picayune Loving Cup, awarded annually for civic betterment.
Good Lord, please interrupt this guy, both for your sake and for his betterment.
True authority is formed when leaders pursue—and are seen by others to be pursuing—a worthy, valuable, and noble purpose connected to human progress or the betterment of the world.
One of those things is sacrificing individual numbers for the betterment of the team.
Alaskans are an independent group of people and our political history is replete with examples of legislatures that set aside party-line politics for the betterment of the state.
Solomon has been volunteering his time for more than the last two decades, much to the betterment of the Riverside baseball program.
No longer can Hollywood pretend to be a forum designed for female betterment; no longer can many of Hollywood’s most burnished elites proclaim their love for female empowerment.
Soviet ideology made the state a machine acting for the betterment of mankind, while most Americans resented centralized state power and feared its consequences.
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