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Primary benefiters of this trend have been the functional food/beverage and supplement markets, with recent times witnessing a slew of product launches and increased sales.
The benefiters of this delay are those who violated the terms of technical accreditation that were provided to investors, the official said.
By measuring the similarities and differences of the entrepreneurs towards these variables researchers identified four distinct groups of small business owner-managers within the networks which were studied: benefiters, doubters, shadows, and leaders.
It would have been perhaps better if the publishing of the benefiters from the state privileges' lists had occurred simultaneously with presenting new laws to the parliament with the aim of organizing the intersecting relations between supporting the protesting citizens and banning the unjust privileges.
As I said, the only benefiters are those trying to use us in the name of terrorism.
Palestinian farmers, local made dairy products, and soft drinks industry will be one of the major benefiters of the settlements products campaign.
The criteria in what effectively has been last chance saloon, is whether they are medal hopefuls, possible finalists or benefiters from the atmosphere of appearing on the World stage.
The criteria in what effectively has been the last-chance saloon, is whether they are medal hopefuls, possible finalists or benefiters from the atmosphere of appearing on the world stage.
The only benefiters of all this abundance of clothing are the retailers who sell them to us.
The drive to link China with Europe is a trend in evidence across Europe, with Russian transport firms the major benefiters.
The Sterling Pound was also one of the main benefiters of the
We do not know the names and identities of benefiters and we do not want to know.