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advantage

Tennis
a. the point scored after deuce
b. the resulting state of the score
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Even the age of the players can be turned to advantage.
Host Italy says adversity can be turned to advantage by looking at business opportunities in the fight against biodiversity loss.
FLASHBACKS from the All-Ireland final of 2006 continue to haunt St Gall's players, but wing forward Terry O'Neill believes the agony of St Patrick's Day defeat to Salthill-Knocknacarra can be turned to advantage this weekend.
What Bray calls the "gift of the friend's body"--the sharing of a meal, of a bed, of embraces, of letters--signified personal affection but also countenance; these were public signs of favor that could be turned to advantage (148-50).
And while early stage businesses grab much of the limelight, with talk of the sweat and toil of at times unproved entrepreneurs and their 18hour days, established businesses too have turned to Advantage Business Angels to help fund new ventures.