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  • n. The benefit of the public, of more people than oneself; that which is better and more correct.


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  • They had all been resolved, not exclusively to the greater good of the AMWU members, but there was nothing contentious enough in any of them to lead to threats, never mind murder.

    Conferences are Murder

  • “Creative destruction,” Cecil calls it, opining that out of the waste laid across this land, a greater good will arise.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer


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