benefactory

benefactory

(ˌbɛnɪˈfæktərɪ)
adj
relating to a benefactor; beneficial
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Son muchas las elecciones donde el numero de donantes es inferior a diez, de modo que es facil para un candidato coordinarse con su benefactory verificar si realizo la donacion prometida.
Hence the Muslim obligation, following the example of the Prophet, to fight and kill them wherever they can be found, or at least ban them from Islamic land if they refuse to submit to its benefactory hegemony.
De alguna manera, la "crisis del Fordismo global" durante los setenta, provocada por la misma transformacion del capitalismo, repercutio en la crisis del Estado Benefactory en la modificacion de la concepcion del bienestar, surgiendo el Estado nacional competitivo (Vargas, 1999) el cual debe ofrecer "ventajas competitivas" a traves de condiciones optimas destinadas a la valorizacion del capital global.
The gospels' model of altruistic benefactory giving, without immediate or direct reciprocity, hardly applies to Paul's collection.
Rather, it is on a par with [actions proceeding from] other inclinations--for example, the inclination to honor, which, if it does by a stroke of luck hit upon that which is indeed generally benefactory [gemeinnutzig] and dutiful, and consequently honorable, deserves praise and encouragement, but not esteem; for the maxim lacks moral content, namely, the performance of such actions not from inclination but from duty.
b "Unclassifiable" occupations mostly contain illegible information but also titles like inventor, convict, benefactory, and "sick.
WorldSpy will soon offer consumers the ability to purchase products from such well-known manufacturers as IBM, Brother, Trillion Diamonds and The Benefactory (toys) - with more to come.