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beneficiary
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Don Quixote
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  • She replied that it was a beneficiary of the town who had a nice taste in devising things of the sort.
  • "I will lay a wager," said Don Quixote, "that the same bachelor or beneficiary is a greater friend of Camacho’s than of Basilio’s, and that he is better at satire than at vespers; he has introduced the accomplishments of Basilio and the riches of Camacho very neatly into the dance."

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  • Every Medicare beneficiary can choose whether they want prescription drug coverage or not...
    Tom Daschle
  • It will be noted that one of the beneficiaries of Mr. Traynor’s will is his paid female caregiver, Miss Louisa Clark.
    Jojo Moyes  --  Me Before You

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