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advantage

A benefit, a favourable condition.
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Thus, over the course of the task, participants are expected to be able to realize which decks are advantageous and which are disadvantageous.
"This increases the proportion of dollars PDVSA can sell at the (most advantageous) exchange rate," said Tamara Herrera, economist with the local firm Sintesis Financiera.
Honohan said that the deal 'will be very advantageous to Ireland.' According to the governor, the core of the deal could be a longer repayment period with low interest rates.
One of the least advantageous is the previous balance method.
The Monarch received details on this programme which attests to the high royal solicitude for the disadvantaged social sections to enable them to gain access to property under advantageous conditions.
Its compact size makes a skid-steer loader particularly advantageous for any work in restricted spaces.
There may be opportunities to determine whether an ESBT is advantageous.
Sets of these advantageous genes slowly spread throughout the population as individuals from different groups occasionally mate.
Investment theft losses that result from nonbusiness, for-profit transactions may qualify for advantageous tax treatment.
"But being gigantic sure was advantageous." When the giant roamed Earth, few animals dared to cross its path.
The POROMETER [3.sup.G] employs a liquid displacement method of pore size analysis, which is a standard in many industries and has proven to be an advantageous, inert, solution over hazardous techniques such as mercury porosimetry.