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1. They are normally a more benign audience.
2. The effects of this chemical are fairly benign.
3. Is the growth benign or cancerous?
4. They enjoyed an especially benign climate.
5. We're taking relatively benign medicines and we're turning them into poisons.
6. Is the tumour malignant or benign?
7. He shook his head in benign amusement.
8. It wasn't cancer,[sentencedict.com/benign.html] only a benign tumour.
9. We are looking for an environmentally benign alternative to bleach.
10. Martha is a benign old lady.
11. A benign tumour will not cause you any fatal harm.
12. The benign old woman wore a big flowered garden hat and tended a magical flower garden.
13. The surgical specimen, however, proved to be benign.
14. A particularly interesting finding was that of a benign tubulovillous polyp that contained both a mutant K-ras and a p53 allele.
15. Who would ever guess from the benign expression on his face that just a moment ago he had been exploding with anger?
16. All are testimony to a wetter[sentencedict.com], more benign past.
17. To all outward appearance, he looked benign enough, with a mild, unsullied face, the perfect choirboy.
18. The eighteenth-century interior of the building has survived through benign neglect.
19. You would never have guessed his intentions from the benign expression on his face.
20. The covert activities of secret service and conspiracy theories entered the apparently benign. neutral world of the art museum.
21. She had just had painful surgery to remove an ovarian cyst that had turned out to be benign.
22. The door was pushed open and Zak Smythe, who grew more benign as the days went by, appeared.
23. Mr. Trippier My right hon. Friend is not environmentally benign but environmentally friendly.
24. If imported drinks like wine still enjoy much more benign treatment, at least the gap has been somewhat narrowed.
25. No similar evidence exists in the past for the use of so-called brain science for benign purposes.
26. This did indeed run counter to the original principle of a benign public monopoly.
27. And it may be that depleted uranium can, after all, be shown to be benign.
28. Burns and other officials said the issue is not whether Scientology is good or bad, benign or malevolent.
29. It has been Labour's good fortune to inherit this benign state of affairs.
30. In a study of 23232 miners, excess mortality was noted for benign respiratory conditions, accidents, and gastric cancer.
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