• So, at the next vote casting, they became enchanted by a new leader, Barry the Benevolent Dictocrat.

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  • London's bid for the Olympics played up the benevolent legacy that they would leave in their wake.

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  • Inevitably the benevolent creatures inside are smarter, kinder, and wiser than the torch -bearing townspeople calling for their destruction.

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  • As the great Venezuelan journalist Carlos Rangel observed, the myth of the benevolent guerrilla, like the legend of the noble savage, dies hard.

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  • Science fiction is rife with intelligent, self-aware computers, from the benevolent "Mike" of Robert A. Heinlein's The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress to the murderous HAL 9000 in Arthur C.

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  • The social messaging platform has been doing a remarkably good job lately of casting itself as the benevolent, human-friendly alternative to scary, all-knowing, all-conquering colossi like Facebook and Google.

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  • Galileo was happy enough to go on doing research under the generally benevolent umbrella of the Church if only it would let him.

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  • As an advocate of new drama and an opponent of censorship, Tynan ought to be remembered as one of the more benevolent dictators of English cultural taste after the second world war.

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  • Whenever I write about the lack of third-party HD-DVRs, I inevitably receive a slew of email gently pointing me to the HD TiVo, a device DirecTV (the aforementioned benevolent dictatorship) so kindly offers.

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  • When the courage and convictions of one group of individuals converged with the humanity of two others, something special happened: Part of the foundation of the most benevolent nation in history was born.

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  • If a free market illusion voluntarily agreed to from the bottom up is so desperately feared, then the protectors of the State-sanctioned illusion must not have the most benevolent of motives in store for us plebeians.

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  • These are the things every author craves most, and while the first two require the favor of a benevolent God, the third can be had by anyone with the ability to write a check — a pretty big one.

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  • In part, this is because the Western powers have been more benevolent than the Russians were.

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  • The Beijing regime claims an ancient stake in the land and insists the Uighurs have gained from its benevolent rule since the Communists took over in 1949, integrating the East Turkestan Republic into China.

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  • In Central and Eastern Europe, where the concept of a benevolent state has yet to take hold after the fiasco of communism, corruption in business and public life is rife.

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  • Then they can sign up for the full product coverage under Obamacare, taking advantage of the compassionate, benevolent, guaranteed issue and community rating.

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