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    (isn't the right forum, but I didn't know where to post)



    Ok a bit of a misleading title (sorry ). However now I have grabbed your attention, does this sentence make sense? Can i use the word 'beneficiary' and 'clientele' in this context????? Positive rep for good responses. Cheers:

    "If we consider the latter then it is reasonable to assume that pervious and current governments were well within their rights to implement these unpopular policies, as they sought them to be for the beneficiary of their clientele."
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    Replace "beneficiary" with "benefit" and you'll live.
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    (Original post by Blueflare)
    Replace "beneficiary" with "benefit" and you'll live.
    I was going to do that anyway, however I've used benefit quite a few times so I thought I'd use beneficiary instead. Ah well benefit it is. Cheers
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    i don't think the word "clientele" is right... maybe for the "advantage of the electorate" is better?
 
 
 
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