benefiter


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benefiter

(ˈbɛnɪfɪtə)
n
a person who derives benefit
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Digital media, along with new media is anticipated to be the main benefiter of the expenditure.
Estate benefits won't be transferred to those intended unless the benefiter absorbs the debts and uses the received assets to pay off the decedents outstanding balances.
Probably only Cardiff would have been the main benefiter.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani called on Muslim states to adopt unified strategies to confront the problems, and said the main benefiter of the regional tensions is the Zionist regime.
IT industry is the largest benefiter of the outsourcing trend having leveraged outsourcing as the way to augment capabilities and skills, and reduce costs.
He is the benefiter of five family members and bears their expenditures and his luxurious style of life does not match with his income.
During the Islamic Summit, we agreed that the first benefiter from what is taking place in some Arab countries is the Israeli enemy," he indicated.
Analysts also think that if the turnout grew from traditionally 45% to 55-60% PTI may be the sole benefiter of the situation and may perform remarkably.
Last night, Haniya reaffirmed Gaza's position and its innocence concerning the assault operation, asserting on the occupation's role as the perpetrator and sole benefiter to the attack.
ST) Sudan Tribune has Papa's phone number and we are ready to provide it to any benefiter who wants to help.
On the forecast hotel performance, the company stated that demand growth can be expected, adding that Cairo will be the major benefiter with a 28% increase in occupancy levels.