find useful

See: exploit
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America, as a new and not over-populated country, has in all her prisons, the one great advantage, of being enabled to find useful and profitable work for the inmates; whereas, with us, the prejudice against prison labour is naturally very strong, and almost insurmountable, when honest men who have not offended against the laws are frequently doomed to seek employment in vain.
On hearing my determination my ten hosts then took a sheep and killed it, and handed me a knife, which they said I should by-and-by find useful.
Now, Miss Summerson, I'll give you a piece of advice that your husband will find useful when you are happily married and have got a family about you.
US State Department Spokesman Jeff Rathke has reiterated his government`s longstanding commitment to the peace process in Cyprus under UN auspices and its willingness "to assist in any way that the parties would find useful.
With the new addition, now users can easily find useful information on products that are registered in UPC databases, saving their time by reducing manual data-entry and eliminating the need to leave BarCloud to find specific product information.
Visa and scholarship seekers will find useful information on the website.
Even a teacher long familiar with this historical material is apt to find useful and little-known information here.
But patients may find useful and understandable information about issues that matter to them.
An older group in grades 3-5 will find useful the 'It's My State
This website also has a novel Feature Sections element that bench scientists will find useful.
Although the December 2003 proposals are withdrawn, they reflect principles that institutions may find useful in creating disclosures that are clear and conspicuous.
Nearly four decades since its original publication, the University of Alabama Press has once again made available a book that students of southern religion and Baptist history will find useful.