The term 'on behalf' is a prepositional phrase; the noun 'behalf' is the object of the preposition 'on'.The noun 'behalf' is a word for the benefit or the interest of; a word for a thing.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.
They came on behalf of the king.
"On behalf of my friend, I would like to apologize."
Beneficially is an adverb (a word that modifies a verb). "She acted on our behalf." "She acted beneficially on our behalf." "Beneficially" modifies how she acted.
The synonymous term is on one's behalf. To act in one's behalf could be representing. A person who acts on your behalf is an agent or attorney.
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"On behalf of the bowling club, we would like you to accept this small gift." "We collected money on behalf of the homeless. "Mr. Roberts cannot be here, so his wife will accept the prize on his behalf."
The plural of behalf is the noun behalvesBehalves is only used to accompany a plural word.For example: "I can call on their behalves"
condolences on behalf of the trust.
You have my enduring gratitude for your efforts on my behalf.
Laws from Congress come from the votes of Representatives (On behalf of the People) and from the votes of the Senate (On behalf of the States).
Petitions should not come from dead people, or be written on behalf of dead people. Only the living can petition. Write a petition on behalf of yourself.
Those letters can be used to spell "behalf".
There no evidence that a ghost ever came back, and no evidence that a ghost came back in revenge on behalf of a living person.
Procuration is the word used to describe when someone signs things on another persons behalf. This occurs most often in business letters.
Depending on the context, the word 'por' in Spanish means: by, around, through, for, on behalf of, per.
from where the word 'science' come? from where the word 'science' come?
Depends on what your talkin about but usally onbehave
You use on your behalf when you are representing me and in your behalf when you do not want to put a lot of emphasis on what you are saying.
Originally, it is printed (or "minted", in the case of coins) on behalf of some government.
in behalf of is incorrect usage (Delete me if I am worng)
If you mean "behalf" as in "the interests of a person, group or principle" - some other words could be: sake, stead, benefit, advantage... I don't know if that was what you were looking for, though...
the Latin word for come is 'venio'