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  • n. Plural form of disbenefit.


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  • We have talked about a lot of benefits and some "disbenefits" of working remotely.

    Josh Sawislak: Show Me the (Telework) Money

  • And why is Edward Heath desperately going along with everything presented to him by the EEC negotiators, regardless of the benefits or disbenefits to this country, to be praised for his supposed achievements?

    Well, that just goes to show

  • Myles is essentially saying that if you can sell a computer and make several hundred dollars of profit, it must be because there's a social value of several hundred dollars of net disbenefits to others

    Rabett Run

  • However, balancing the benefits with the disbenefits surely the benefits win hands down?

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  • Politicians should do the politics and balance the benefits and disbenefits.

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  • Though I did enjoy the benefits myself and so far no disbenefits.

    Archive 2007-09-09

  • These benefits outweigh the disbenefits of possible higher accident rates and perceived loss of capacity at intersections.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • However, the judge has decided in this particular case, after considering all the evidence, that balancing the benefits and disbenefits to M, does not fall on the side of withdrawing treatment.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • I stick to my view that we need to think big, and the place where you could create a 24-hour hub airport that would leave our competitors standing and with the minimum disbenefits to human beings is in the Thames Estuary. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Depending on when and how such investments are carried out, some "disbenefits" may emerge along the way, however.

    The Guardian World News


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