The legislature of Montana enacted a new law to keep him from profiting from his own version of the story.
Allowing residents to grow, smoke, and gift weed, it legalizes participating in the weed community, but not profiting from it.
Beyond his on-screen participation, Ai gave Klayman free rein on the film and is not profiting from it.
Why they should even be profiting from such ratings is another equally troubling issue.
Indeed, you can feel good about profiting from any work you do for the common good.
Mr. G., profiting by experience, proposes in present Bill to maintain Irish representation in slightly modified number.
profiting by these aids, an improved type of cable was designed.
profiting by this signal victory, Judas sent an embassy to Rome.
"Yes, sir," replied Bottles quickly, profiting by Paddy's lesson.
Yet England herself, profiting by almost half a century of peace, was progressing rapidly in culture.
mid-13c., "income;" c.1300, "benefit, advantage;"from Old French prufit, porfit "profit, gain" (mid-12c.), from Latin profectus "profit, advance, increase, success, progress," noun use of past participle of proficere (see proficiency). As the opposite of loss, it replaced Old English gewinn. Profit margin attested from 1853.
early 14c., "to advance, benefit, gain," from profit (n.) and from Old French prufiter, porfiter "to benefit," from prufit (see profit (n.)). Related: Profited; profiting.