We have no meanings for "work to advantage" in our records yet.
Bees cannot, in such hives, work to advantage in glass tumblers, or other small vessels.
I should think that thirty members would be as many as could work to advantage.
Thus quaintly he expressed his desire for uninterrupted solitude, where he could work to advantage.
Even if they escape utter ruin, they cannot work to advantage in the almost suffocating heat of their hives.
He should determine how many men he will employ, and what tools they will require to work to advantage.
When from these causes they cannot work to advantage, they continue their studies in the class room, all the day.
Then he found a board which stretched across the frame widthwise, so that he could kneel upon this and work to advantage in the bed.
In fact, he knew well how to use their works to advantage.
When the Territory shall be organized and capital protected by law, these mines will be worked to advantage.
This, indeed, is working to advantage.
In 1824 the lead mines near Galena began to be worked to advantage, and thousands of persons from Southern Illinois and Missouri swarmed thither.
This field for instruction may be worked to advantage by the librarian, with comparatively little expenditure of time after the first round has been made.
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