derive pleasure from

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They derive pleasure from the prospect of a failure in the talks," Tsipras said, saying his government had walked into a "minefield" when it took office.
Obviously Abu Michel's mockery of men who derive pleasure from submitting to Afaf betrays old-fashioned patriarchal notions of "manhood.
The prosecution say the attacks were repeated and the victim said Tansey appeared to derive pleasure from inflicting pain on him.
gt; Savour the food you eat, chew slowly and derive pleasure from it.
Such smokers do not derive pleasure from smoking; they smoke primarily to avoid the effects of withdrawal.
I also derive pleasure from handing some stranger a $10 bill and instructing them to have lunch on me.
Some otherwise healthy people just don't derive pleasure from music, scientists report in the March 17 Current Biology.
And I derive pleasure from it because I have had a lot to do with moulding it, and it's fun.
Two studies led by psychological scientist Erin Buckels of the University of British Columbia revealed that people who score high on a measure of sadism seem to derive pleasure from behaviours that hurt others, and are even willing to expend extra effort to make someone else suffer.
He said that miscreants who derive pleasure from killing and harming our defenseless children and innocent people do not belong to our democratic society, children and youth are the future of our nation: they must be protected and nurtured.
She said the infants could be experiencing a form of schadenfreude - where they derive pleasure from the misfortune of others.
However, while 23% say parents are proud to support children and 14% derive pleasure from seeing their families enjoy the money, it raises some concerns around whether children could ever survive financially on their own.