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advantage

A benefit, a favourable condition.
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Never was any generation of men intent upon the pursuit of happiness more advantageously placed to attain it," said Malcolm Muggeridge in 1970.
This would have been divided into two sports halls for everyday use, but on ceremonial occasions it would have been usable advantageously as a single space.
Among the "do's" were: "Plan to relieve the hands of all work that can be done more advantageously with the feet, power tools or holding devices.
Ipanto solutions replace advantageously all Enterprise IPAM Appliance products.
Advantageously, certain embodiments of the release compositions can be fed directly into an extruder without pre-blending of the components making up the release composition.
While a rise in interest rates appears inevitable during 2006, boards looking to refinance the underlying mortgage can still do so advantageously in today's market.
His highly successful career in the financial services industry and extensive contacts in the banking industry will enable us to forge business partnerships with financial institutions and to advantageously position InCard Technologies as we roll out production to meet huge marketplace demand.
From that, we developed a strategy to most advantageously position the property in the market," noted Cocoziello.
TSCG launched the annual index to help businesses discover the source of opposition to development projects, and then determine the most effective ways to get more projects approved, faster and more advantageously.
His vision and hands-on experience make him the ideal executive to most advantageously exploit our potential in the mobile space.