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BENEFITBenguela Fisheries Interaction Training Programme
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The law of benefits is a difficult channel, which requires careful sailing, or rude boats.
The various arts may be doing their own business and benefiting that over which they preside, but would the artist receive any benefit from his art unless he were paid as well?
But does he therefore confer no benefit when he works for nothing?
There is, perhaps, nothing more likely to disturb the tranquillity of nations than their being bound to mutual contributions for any common object that does not yield an equal and coincident benefit.
It is not at all probable that this unbridled spirit would pay much respect to those regulations of trade by which particular States might endeavor to secure exclusive benefits to their own citizens.
The estates he had not before visited were each more picturesque than the other; the serfs everywhere seemed thriving and touchingly grateful for the benefits conferred on them.
Perhaps suffering is just as great a benefit to him as well-being?
Weston offered me the benefit of his, and I could not have refused it more than I did without offending him,' replied I, smiling placidly; for my inward happiness made that amusing, which would have wounded me at another time.
For injuries ought to be done all at one time, so that, being tasted less, they offend less; benefits ought to be given little by little, so that the flavour of them may last longer.
The primary implication of choosing an early Social Security benefit is the individual will receive a reduced benefit for as long as he or she lives.
Most are defined benefit plans, although some are defined contribution plans.
However, a small business often has an even more acute need than its larger competitors for the nontax advantages a well-designed benefit plan offers.