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He is better off than he was.

He is better off than before.

He is now better off than before.

He is better off than ever before.

He was better off when he was young.

He is better off than he used to be.

We are better off than we used to be.

He is better off than he was ten years ago.

We’re better off not running traffic lights.

She is now better off than when she was young.

He is far better off than he was ten years ago.

He is far better off than he was five years ago.

He is better off now than he was five years ago.

Many people are better off than they used to be.

He is better off now than he was three years ago.

He is far better off than he was three years ago.

Do you think we are better off than we used to be?

She is better off than she was when I met her last.

He is far better off now than he was five years ago.

She’s far better off than she was the year before last.

You will be better off buying a new one than trying to fix it.

With all that we might have been better off just to have stayed home.

I thought she’d be useful, but as it is, we’d be better off without her.

She’s better off now that she hasn’t played that much, Mustonen said.

However, while poor, the residents, too, were increasingly better off.

Yemen: How we got here Was the Middle East better off with its dictators?

960920 You may be better off delaying the job-talk for as long as possible.

Does anyone really think we would be better off without insurance altogether?

If you’re not okay with small planes, you’re better off driving from Windhoek.

On Vancouver Island the Cowichan River is better off than other nearby systeMs.
“Until we do that, we’re no better off than we were last week or the week before.

Besides, Collazo says she’s much better off having followed the program’s advice.

As costs rise, that 2% wage growth leaves people barely any better off, if at all.

398487 It isn’t a clear-cut answer as to whether we’ll be better off or worse off.”

Still, Pence insists the U.S. would be better off sending Syrian refugees elsewhere.

Ms. Berryhill is much better off than her parents, who grew up during the Depression.

Or they have to make better offers to those who already have jobs to entice them to switch.

Attkisson: “Is the town, is the state better off because of this diversity that’s happened?”

Getting there If you’re not okay with small planes, you’re better off driving from Windhoek.

914141 We’re far better off trusting our kids too much than we are trusting them too little.

They want to be better off and they need to know we don’t just tolerate that, we support it.

The more effectively these reforms happen, the better off the security situation’s going to be.

53256 And so the more the public is aware of who can benefit from aspirin, the better off we are.

396780 It is Bush’s own fault, and the sooner he accepts this reality, the better off he will be.

But if your allergies are really bad, you’re better off sticking with the gym or at-home workouts.

All us classmates think she would have been better off paying a fine and getting out of that ticket.

If your application depends upon SQL for queries, you’re likely going to be better off with an RDBMs.
“The economy would be better off with a rate hike in early 2016,” Lagarde said at a press conference.

You’re better off picking up a new Moto G for $179, or waiting for a deal on a better device to popup.