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Synonyms for advantageously

in a manner affording benefit or advantage

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Another motive had influenced Albert's selection of his seat, -- who knew but that, thus advantageously placed, he might not in truth attract the notice of some fair Roman, and an introduction might ensue that would procure him the offer of a seat in a carriage, or a place in a princely balcony, from which he might behold the gayeties of the Carnival?
HAVING RIDDEN THE RAVAGES OF RECESSION BUSINESS IS POISED TO RETURN TO PROFITABILITY PROVIDING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A BUYER TO ADVANTAGEOUSLY PURCHASE AT BELOW ASSET VALUE.
A hydrophilic enhancer material can be advantageously added to the polypropylene as a melt additive to enhance the hydrophilicity of the fibers and devices.
The use of such modified rubbers in tire components advantageously increases the G' of such components.
It was determined after an extensive financial and logistical review that remaining in their current location most advantageously fit their business model," stated Cass.
Soba buckwheat noodles are used advantageously with sweet sea scallops ($14.
The damps have rotational and pivoting joints, which make it easy to line up equipment advantageously.
APPLICATION: Spherical hollow PCC, a novel pigment, produced by the interfacial reaction method gives high specific light scattering coefficient and thermal insulation advantageously when used as a filler or coating pigment.
We also have call centers or customer centers that help an agent both grow and service his business economically and more advantageously in the property/casualty world.
Perhaps most advantageously, the CD enables students to practice their part with the secondo part on the CD.
In the process, a drying gas which has been moistened with water is advantageously used.
At this time the FDA knows of no data demonstrating that whole-body CT screening is effective in detecting any particular disease early enough for the disease to be managed, treated, or cured and advantageously spare a person at least some of the detriment associated with serious illness or premature death.