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use "benevolent" in a sentence

She was not paired with Seth the villain, but with Seth's other aspect, the benevolent figure who was the killer of Apophis.

For services to the Fire Service National benevolent Fund.

"All" is therefore the "supreme benevolent providence" (Yasna 43.11), and Ahura Mazda
Fernandes and took his lodging in a solitary abode in the Brahmins' quarter obtained from the benevolence of a high officer.

They were simple people who lived at the benevolence of the temple.

Of Morals This book is a treatment of moral ideas, justice, obligations, benevolence.

As an example, Kulish wrote that the kobzar Andriy Shut thought that the profession of a kobzar is a matter of salvation, because the kobzar exists to remind people about God and about benevolence and charity.

He offended many orthodox readers by focusing on God's benevolence instead of on Adam's sin and Christ's atonement.

Distinguished for his piety, benevolence, ability, knowledge, and eloquence, he entered the service of the Church at an early age, was made subdeacon by Pope Sergius II (844-47), and deacon by Leo IV (847-55).

By the time the addition was dedicated on Easter Sunday in 1983, membership had grown to just over 900 members and benevolence giving grew by 23%.

Showing his benevolence to his friend and how over the past two thousand years he has lost and been witness to more travesties that anyone.

ISAAC SANTRA Known for his service and benevolence par excellence, Isaac Santra was born in the year 1892 at Sambalpur.

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