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pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence

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characterized by kindness and warm courtesy especially of a king to his subjects

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Rents in Dubai have also experienced hikes, so the residents are likely to deem it benignant to go for a one time investment, instead of spending big chunks of their income on rental properties.
It is possible that the bar is even slightly lower in relation to such trusts given that the courts will, if possible, adopt a 'benignant construction': IRC v McMullen [1980] 2 W.L.R.
In our department, the following strategy is used in these cases: first we are looking for morphological signs of benignancy: benignant forms of calcifications, the presence of fat, the configuration of typical intrapulmonary lymph nodes, and cluster-like appearance in bronchiolitis with the typical "tree-in-bud" pattern.
The Gothic, in other words, has been sublimated into Roman Catholic orthodoxy by the comic burial and reburial of monks in holy soil, the benignant gaze of Pope Julius the Third, and Kenyon's flirtation with the doctrine of the Fortunate Fall.
The sensation novel did what Dickens famously declared that all good "domestic" novels should do, when he wished for "a good spirit who would take the house tops off, with a more potent and benignant hand," so that readers could better reflect upon what might be happening within.
She will commend the general cause by the countenance of her voice and benignant sympathy of her example." Long before Americans were compelled to don blue helmets and sent to fight under the banner of the United Nations, the America of John Quincy Adams knew that "by once enlisting under banners other than her own, were they even banners of foreign independence, she would involve herself beyond the power of extrication in all the wars of interest and intrigue, of individual avarice, envy and ambition, which assume the colors and usurp the standard of freedom." Sound familiar?
But water power was the first to raise hopes that mankind might be eased from severe toil by the benignant help of Nature.
though unclassic be thy name, By every muse unsung, should from thy tide, To keen poetic eyes alone reveal'd, From the cerulean bosom of the deep (As Aphrodite rose of old) appear, Health's blooming goddess, and benignant smile On her true votary!
Bogdanovic Gora Location Sanitary service Bor Target Breasts Data: Comments: Benignant changes
In the Introduction to The Collected Poetry Braxton demonstrates Dunbar's growth as a poet through comparison of the two poems titled "Sympathy." The first appears only in Oak and Ivy (1893) and consists of three ballad stanzas aglow with "Sweet sympathy, benignant ray," and, truth be told, a bit sticky with its "balm to bathe the wounded heart" (11.
Incorporation of the Double Jeopardy Clause against the states has obviated the need for a doctrine that protects against unilateral state obstructionism, and expanded federal criminal jurisdiction has challenged a core presumption of the doctrine that "the benignant spirit in which the institutions both of the state and federal systems are administered" is "almost certain" to prevent double punishment for "essentially the same" acts, except "in instances of peculiar enormity, or where the public safety demanded extraordinary rigor." (118) In fact, a "central feature" of current federal law enforcement policy is cooperation with state and local entities.
For Huxley, at any rate, psychedelics such as mescaline and LSD bolstered his faith in an essentially benignant mystical universe, one in which the body, and for that matter the material world, was not fallen or sinful, but a part of the impersonal godhead he referred to as the "divine Ground."
The light travels slowly from point to point along the three axes that these movements describe, and in so doing casts shadows of the wire mesh onto the walls; these moving shadows make the walls appear to recede and stop and come closer and reverse, a vertiginous and not entirely benignant effect, especially when accompanied by the relentless grinding sound of the mechanism .
The sensitive and intelligent and benignant inheritor of a country estate is torn between prospective suitors, lonely in her eerie, threatened by irrational revolutionaries, looking desperately to make peace with the new order in turbulent times.
conceded the possibility, but hedged that "the benignant spirit in