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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: benefits

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begünstigt benefits
nützt benefits
Unterstützungsleistungen {pl}Plural (die) benefits
Vorsorgeleistungen {pl}Plural (die) [-special_topic_insur.-] benefits [-special_topic_insur.-]
Vor- und Nachteile {pl}Plural (die) benefits and drawbacks
Leistungskatalog {m}Maskulinum (der) [Gesundheitswesen] benefits catalogue [Br.]
Messfrüchte {pl}Plural (die) [kath.] benefits of the Mass
Messfrüchte {pl}Plural (die) [kath.] benefits of the mass
Meßfrüchte {pl}Plural (die) [alte Orthogr.] [kath.] benefits of the Mass
Meßfrüchte {pl}Plural (die) [alte Orthogr.] [kath.] benefits of the mass


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At that age I became acquainted with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted with more languages than that of my native country.
Therefore, the Romans, foreseeing troubles, dealt with them at once, and, even to avoid a war, would not let them come to a head, for they knew that war is not to be avoided, but is only to be put off to the advantage of others; moreover they wished to fight with Philip and Antiochus in Greece so as not to have to do it in Italy; they could have avoided both, but this they did not wish; nor did that ever please them which is forever in the mouths of the wise ones of our time:—Let us enjoy the benefits of the time—but rather the benefits of their own valour and prudence, for time drives everything before it, and is able to bring with it good as well as evil, and evil as well as good.
And he who becomes master of a city accustomed to freedom and does not destroy it, may expect to be destroyed by it, for in rebellion it has always the watchword of liberty and its ancient privileges as a rallying point, which neither time nor benefits will ever cause it to forget.
He who believes that new benefits will cause great personages to forget old injuries is deceived.
For injuries ought to be done all at one time, so that, being tasted less, they offend less; benefits ought to be given little by little, so that the flavour of them may last longer.
For it is the nature of men to be bound by the benefits they confer as much as by those they receive.
But after Severus had conquered and killed Niger, and settled oriental affairs, he returned to Rome and complained to the Senate that Albinus, little recognizing the benefits that he had received from him, had by treachery sought to murder him, and for this ingratitude he was compelled to punish him.
OF THE DIFFERENCE OF MANNERS What Is Here Meant By Manners A Restlesse Desire Of Power, In All Men Love Of Contention From Competition Civil Obedience From Love Of Ease From Feare Of Death Or Wounds And From Love Of Arts Love Of Vertue, From Love Of Praise Hate, From Difficulty Of Requiting Great Benefits And From Conscience Of Deserving To Be Hated Promptnesse To Hurt, From Fear And From Distrust Of Their Own Wit Vain Undertaking From Vain-glory Ambition, From Opinion Of Sufficiency Irresolution, From Too Great Valuing Of Small Matters And From The Ignorance Of Naturall Causes And From Want Of Understanding Credulity From Ignorance Of Nature Curiosity To Know, From Care Of Future Time Naturall Religion, From The Same CHAPTER XII.
OF PUNISHMENTS, AND REWARDS The Definition Of Punishment Right To Punish Whence Derived Private Injuries, And Revenges No Punishments Nor Denyall Of Preferment Nor Pain Inflicted Without Publique Hearing Nor Pain Inflicted By Usurped Power Nor Pain Inflicted Without Respect To The Future Good Naturall Evill Consequences, No Punishments Hurt Inflicted, If Lesse Than The Benefit Of Transgressing, Where The Punishment Is Annexed To The Law, A Greater Hurt Is Not Hurt Inflicted For A Fact Done Before The Law, No Punishment The Representative Of The Common-wealth Unpunishable Hurt To Revolted Subjects Is Done By Right Of War, Not Punishments Corporall Capitall Ignominy Imprisonment Exile The Punishment Of Innocent Subjects Is Contrary To The Law Of Nature But The Harme Done To Innocents In War, Not So Reward, Is Either Salary, Or Grace Benefits Bestowed For Fear, Are Not Rewards Salaries Certain And Casuall CHAPTER XXIX.
Hate, From Difficulty Of Requiting Great Benefits To have received from one, to whom we think our selves equall, greater benefits than there is hope to Requite, disposeth to counterfiet love; but really secret hatred; and puts a man into the estate of a desperate debtor, that in declining the sight of his creditor, tacitely wishes him there, where he might never see him more.


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