- helpful in the meeting of needs: a beneficial association.
- involving the personal enjoyment of proceeds: a beneficial owner.
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Overall, though, it was beneficial to the species that tried it — which is why we’re standing here today.
Rouzan said that while that she does think a self-serve ad platform could be beneficial, she doesn’t think it’s going completely going to replace the current model of podcast ad buying.How Spotify’s Megaphone acquisition could further fuel the DTC podcast advertising boom|Anna Hensel|November 12, 2020|Digiday
There’s this great book on the history of noise by Goldsmith, and he talks about the first noise-pollution ordinance to manage this externality where I’m creating noises that are beneficial to me but bother all of the people around me.
Producers could choose it if it was economically beneficial.The idea of herd immunity to manage the coronavirus should ring alarm bells|Rebecca Kaplan|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Joe Izzo, a longtime mental health counselor at Whitman-Walker Health who retired from his position there last year, said he has looked into the subject and found that studies show plant-based psychotropic medicines can be beneficial to some people.D.C. LGBTQ groups neutral on ‘psychedelic plant’ ballot measure|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|October 29, 2020|Washington Blade