Lieutenant Life-and-death

Life

Meanings and phrases

life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a characteristic state or mode of living
  2. the experience of being alive; the course of human events and activities; living
  3. the course of existence of an individual; the actions and events that occur in living
  4. the condition of living or the state of being alive; animation; living; aliveness
  5. the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death); lifetime; life-time; lifespan
  6. the period between birth and the present time
  7. the period from the present until death
  8. a living person
  9. living things collectively
  10. animation and energy in action or expression; liveliness; spirit; sprightliness
  11. the organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones
  12. an account of the series of events making up a person's life; biography; life story; life history
  13. a motive for living
  14. a prison term lasting as long as the prisoner lives; life sentence

Jaws of Life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. hydraulic tool inserted into a wrecked vehicle and used to pry the wreckage apart in order to provide access to people trapped inside

Life Saver

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a candy shaped like a small lifesaver

business life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a career in industrial or commercial or professional activities; professional life

change of life

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n.
  1. the time in a woman's life in which the menstrual cycle ends; menopause; climacteric

come to life

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v.
  1. be born or come into existence; come into being
  2. be lifelike, as of a painting
E.g.
  • Charlotte - Her curse is when her china dolls come to life.
  • They perform a ritual on the doll and watch it come to life.
  • I just watched this thing come to life.

elixir of life

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n.
  1. a hypothetical substance believed to maintain life indefinitely; once sought by alchemists

estate for life

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n.
  1. (law) an estate whose duration is limited to the life of the person holding it; life estate

eternal life

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n.
  1. life without beginning or end; life eternal
E.g.
  • Daily life rather than eternal life became the focus of board games.
  • The 2nd millennium BCE text Vedas describe a connection between eternal life and gold.
  • (YLT) Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life.

facts of life

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n.
  1. the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring; reproduction; procreation; breeding

fantasy life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an imaginary life lived in a fantasy world; phantasy life

for dear life

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adv.
  1. as though your life was at stake

full of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. full of spirit; lively; vital

half life

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n.
  1. the time required for something to fall to half its initial value (in particular, the time for half the atoms in a radioactive substance to disintegrate); half-life

high life

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n.
  1. excessive spending; extravagance; prodigality; lavishness; highlife

kiss of life

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n.
  1. an emergency procedure consisting of external cardiac massage and artificial respiration; the first treatment for a person who has collapsed and has no pulse and has stopped breathing; attempts to restore circulation of the blood and prevent death or brain damage due to lack of oxygen; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; CPR; cardiac resuscitation; mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

life assurance

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. insurance paid to named beneficiaries when the insured person dies; life insurance

life belt

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n.
  1. a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material; life buoy; lifesaver; life ring
  2. belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt; safety belt; safety harness

life buoy

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material; lifesaver; life belt; life ring

life class

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n.
  1. an art class using a live human model

life cycle

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n.
  1. a series of stages through which an organism passes between recurrences of a primary stage
  2. the course of developmental changes in an organism from fertilized zygote to maturity when another zygote can be produced
E.g.
  • The life cycle takes about six months to complete.
  • The life cycle of "E. bohmi" has not been studied.
  • These butterflies usually have a 2 year life cycle.

life estate

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. (law) an estate whose duration is limited to the life of the person holding it; estate for life

life eternal

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n.
  1. life without beginning or end; eternal life

life expectancy

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an expected time to live as calculated on the basis of statistical probabilities
E.g.
  • The life expectancy in captivity is about 10 years.
  • It is actually a disability-free life expectancy.
  • Ecuadorians have a life expectancy of 77.1 years.

life force

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. (biology) a hypothetical force (not physical or chemical) once thought by Henri Bergson to cause the evolution and development of organisms; vital force; vitality; elan vital
E.g.
  • Every time Morbius's life force weakens, they take more of Straxus's.
  • He added that one will be "awed by Madonna's palpable life force and intelligence.
  • That mate, Eve (Marie Wallace), had the life force of Peter's evil lover from the 18th century.

life form

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n.
  1. the characteristic bodily form of a mature organism

life history

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n.
  1. an account of the series of events making up a person's life; biography; life; life story
  2. the general progression of your working or professional life; career
E.g.
  • Little is known about their life history as well.
  • The life history of "T. scissaria" is still uncertain.
  • It has been argued in a study of the life history of "Ar.
n.
  1. a sentence of imprisonment until death
E.g.
  • He was sentenced to life imprisonment in Missouri.
  • Sergei Dovzhenko was sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • This sentence was later changed to life imprisonment.

life insurance

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. insurance paid to named beneficiaries when the insured person dies; life assurance
E.g.
  • The profits are used to pay life insurance claims.
  • Another example to note would be life insurance.
  • ", life insurance policies—do not abate.

life jacket

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. life preserver consisting of a sleeveless jacket of buoyant or inflatable design; life vest; cork jacket

life line

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n.
  1. a crease on the palm; its length is said by palmists to indicate how long you will live; line of life; lifeline

life mask

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a cast taken from the face of a living person

life office

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. life assurance office

life peer

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n.
  1. a British peer whose title lapses at death
E.g.
  • He was created a life peer as Baron Rees, of Goytre, in 1987.
  • He is the eldest son of the cricketer and life peer, Colin Cowdrey.
  • Later, he sat in the Senate as a life peer until his death in Madrid.

life preserver

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n.
  1. rescue equipment consisting of a buoyant belt or jacket to keep a person from drowning; preserver; flotation device

life principle

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a hypothetical force to which the functions and qualities peculiar to living things are sometimes ascribed; vital principle

life raft

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a raft to use if a ship must be abandoned in an emergency; Carling float

life ring

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material; life buoy; lifesaver; life belt

life science

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n.
  1. any of the branches of natural science dealing with the structure and behavior of living organisms; bioscience

life scientist

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n.
  1. (biology) a scientist who studies living organisms; biologist

life sentence

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a prison term lasting as long as the prisoner lives; life
E.g.
  • Soon after his arrest, he received a life sentence.
  • Cefili received a life sentence for the murders.
  • It was like her life sentence was reprieved."

life story

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an account of the series of events making up a person's life; biography; life; life history
E.g.
  • Rubber is part her own life story and part fiction.
  • The screenplay is based on a real life story.
  • The book also re-tells Grogan's journey and life story.

life style

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n.
  1. a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes; life-style; lifestyle; modus vivendi

life support

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n.
  1. equipment that makes life possible in otherwise deadly environmental conditions; life-support system
  2. medical equipment that assists or replaces important bodily functions and so enables a patient to live who otherwise might not survive; life-support system
E.g.
  • Mason suffers spinal damage and is placed on life support.
  • On 30 October 1975 he fell into a coma and was put on life support.
  • He was removed from life support about one week prior to his death.

life tenant

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n.
  1. a tenant whose legal right to retain possession of buildings or lands lasts as long as they (or some other person) live

life vest

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. life preserver consisting of a sleeveless jacket of buoyant or inflatable design; life jacket; cork jacket

line of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a crease on the palm; its length is said by palmists to indicate how long you will live; life line; lifeline

love life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people; sexual love; lovemaking; making love; love
E.g.
  • Stacy had a tumultuous love life as a young man.
  • This song is about a love life of In-grid.
  • His love life is nonexistent (at least in a romantic sense).

night life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the entertainment available to people seeking nighttime diversion; nightlife
  2. the activity of people seeking nighttime diversion (as at the theater, a nightclub, etc.); nightlife
n.
  1. insurance on the life of the insured for a fixed amount at a definite premium that is paid each year in the same amount during the entire lifetime of the insured; whole life insurance; straight life insurance

phantasy life

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n.
  1. an imaginary life lived in a fantasy world; fantasy life

plant life

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n.
  1. (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion; plant; flora
E.g.
  • This would affect plant life and solar energy.
  • It can also damage plant life on land and in the ocean.
  • The latter is needed to encourage plant life and insects.

prime of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the time of maturity when power and vigor are greatest; prime
n.
  1. a career in industrial or commercial or professional activities; business life
E.g.
  • In his professional life he worked as an economist.
  • Gao was a big name in his professional life as a footballer.
  • These last writings presented the fruits of his professional life.

quality of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. your personal satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort)
E.g.
  • The disease deteriorated his quality of life rapidly.
  • Education and proper care can improve quality of life.
  • a better car, bigger house, better quality of life, etc.)

real life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the practical world as opposed to the academic world; real world
E.g.
  • In that, "High Crimes" is too much like real life.
  • Famous real life arcades are included in the game.
  • She uses materials and people from her real life.

right to life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the right to live

shelf life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the length of time a packaged food or drug will last without deteriorating
E.g.
  • This is done in order to increase their shelf life.
  • Curing extends the shelf life of the pork products.
  • This expands the shelf life of the meat product.

sporting life

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n.
  1. active interest in gambling on sports events

staff of life

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n.
  1. food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked; bread; breadstuff

standard of life

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n.
  1. a level of material comfort in terms of goods and services available to someone or some group; standard of living

still life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a painting of inanimate objects such as fruit or flowers
E.g.
  • She is best known for her portraits and still life.
  • Some of his compositions include still life elements.
  • Van Utrecht was mainly a still life painter.

stone life face

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stones; lithops; living stone; stoneface; stone-face; stone plant; flowering stone
n.
  1. insurance on the life of the insured for a fixed amount at a definite premium that is paid each year in the same amount during the entire lifetime of the insured; whole life insurance; ordinary life insurance

time of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state

true to life

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adj.
  1. representing things or actions or conditions as they actually are; true-to-life

walk of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. careers in general; walk

way of life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a course of conduct; way; path
E.g.
  • "Was the Sarmatian way of life worth preserving?
  • Traditional farming practices are a way of life here.
  • Gun ownership was a way of life in rural Mississippi.
n.
  1. insurance on the life of the insured for a fixed amount at a definite premium that is paid each year in the same amount during the entire lifetime of the insured; ordinary life insurance; straight life insurance

early life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Little is known for certain of Cyril's early life.
  • Little is known about Hussein Nasser's early life.
  • He spent most of his early life in West Lafayette.

new life

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E.g.
  • Meanwhile, Matthew sinks deeper into his new life.
  • The two depart to make a new life for themselves.
  • The egg is an ancient symbol of new life and rebirth.

own life

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E.g.
  • Thus pressured, Ostorius Scapula took his own life.
  • Rubber is part her own life story and part fiction.
  • Aged 35, she ended her own life at her apartment.

everyday life

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E.g.
  • They portray everyday life from the 15th century.
  • This core is theoretically enough for everyday life.
  • The salute soon became part of everyday life.

public life

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E.g.
  • Heyting retreated from public life in his final years.
  • The Town Hall played a significant part in public life.
  • Included in public life, such as school and employment.

daily life

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E.g.
  • The canvas depicts the daily life of a bygone era.
  • The Maori's daily life was dictated by the season.
  • Savitri experiences God in daily life instances.

later life

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E.g.
  • This degree was rarely mentioned in his later life.
  • In later life, she stayed close with her mother.
  • In his later life he returned to his Catholic roots.

personal life

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E.g.
  • Very little else is known about his personal life.
  • He was a follower of tantra in his personal life.
  • Abadhuta also practised Tantra in his personal life.

sentenced to life

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E.g.
  • He was sentenced to life imprisonment in Missouri.
  • Sergei Dovzhenko was sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • He was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.
E.g.
  • Weber traveled internationally throughout his life.
  • Reginald Farrer remained close throughout his life.
  • Tough struggled with alcoholism throughout his life.

human life

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E.g.
  • The supreme ideal of human life is to know God.
  • Burke believed that property was essential to human life.
  • The severe winters affected human life in ways large and small.

social life

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E.g.
  • The social life of the adult male is very different.
  • The hotel was an extension of their social life.
  • It offers a humorous account of social life in Surat.

family life

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E.g.
  • Music was a large part of his early family life.
  • His short stories dealt with contemporary family life.
  • And then the discord began in the family life.

political life

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E.g.
  • His political life did not end with his presidency.
  • It marked the end of her activity in political life.
  • After this de Chantemerle retired from political life.

loss of life

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E.g.
  • She wrecked on 30 September 1819 with loss of life.
  • She was wrecked in 1836 with some loss of life.
  • There was no loss of life recorded due to this earthquake.

private life

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E.g.
  • He retired to private life after leaving Congress.
  • He also prefers to keep his private life "Private".
  • Even the artist's private life sees important news.

life in prison

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E.g.
  • If convicted, Cadden and Chin faced life in prison.
  • She was sentenced to 27 years to life in prison.
  • He was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

life and work

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E.g.
  • In her life and work she is attached to feminism.
  • Sandler portrayed the life and work of Maurice Chevalier.
  • Little of his life and work is known today.

later in life

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E.g.
  • She became estranged from her family later in life.
  • Yet other puzzles are not solved until later in life.
  • He received a number of honorary degrees later in life.

entire life

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E.g.
  • Dorothea held Lutheran sympathies her entire life.
  • He was born and lived in Swindon for his entire life.
  • He expressed transcendental leanings his entire life.

adult life

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E.g.
  • In his early adult life, he left for Hollywood.
  • Even in her adult life, she considered herself small.
  • He suffered with its effects throughout his adult life.

back to life

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E.g.
  • "I was dead, and he brought me back to life."
  • This power also brings David back to life.
  • Now I must give dreams back to life".

cultural life

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E.g.
  • It became the focus on cultural life in the city.
  • Holstebro has a rich and varied cultural life.
  • Xirivella has a very active cultural life.

religious life

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E.g.
  • His experiences influenced him to live a religious life.
  • How and when Ernst entered the religious life is not clear.
  • Some FJVs have entered religious life.

life and death

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E.g.
  • McGinn said that life and death were the same thing.
  • Darwinism really is a matter of life and death."
  • is about a picnic, "Carousel" is about life and death."

whole life

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E.g.
  • Trivedi spent his whole life developing the village.
  • He spent his whole life in King William's Town.
  • Easterbrook was sentenced to whole life imprisonment.

marine life

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E.g.
  • The extinction seems to have only affected marine life.
  • The SMR protects all marine life within its boundaries.
  • The waters of the islands support a rich variety of marine life.

s life

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E.g.
  • ", features prominently in the protagonist’s life.
  • A story that will change Curtis’s life forever.
  • Fate does not play havoc in anyone’s life as shown in Parattai.

s life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • ", features prominently in the protagonist’s life.
  • A story that will change Curtis’s life forever.
  • Fate does not play havoc in anyone’s life as shown in Parattai.

working life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Mooney began his working life as a butcher in Dublin.
  • In her early career, she researched the working life.
  • Dutton began his working life in a socialist bookshop.

normal life

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E.g.
  • After the accident, he tried to live a normal life.
  • When it was pronounced dead, she restored it to normal life.
  • Now retired, Triton finds it hard to settle back into normal life.

life when

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E.g.
  • He saves her life when the chip van gets burnt down.
  • Guy still saved Conrad's life when he was surrounded by the enemy.
  • Yasha took his own life when he was caught in a tragic love triangle.

civilian life

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E.g.
  • In civilian life, Acevedo worked as an engineer.
  • The behaviour is more common in the military than in civilian life.
  • He then returned to civilian life and worked as a charter pilot in Kenya.

life and career

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E.g.
  • The film is about the life and career of Hondros.
  • Throughout his life and career, Walker has opposed abortion.
  • The Persian Wars played a large role in the playwright's life and career.

life sciences

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E.g.
  • Some 20% are international life sciences clients (June 2018).
  • Ute Deichmann Ute Deichmann is an historian of modern life sciences.
  • Biology and life sciences

better life

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E.g.
  • Maise is looking to find a better life in singing.
  • They drive away towards a better life away from Sin City.
  • They were mainly newly married who were seeking a better life.

all his life

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E.g.
  • His father worked in a phosphate mine all his life.
  • Mykle also had an avid interest in music all his life.
  • De Barrios remained in poor circumstances all his life.

long life

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E.g.
  • He continued to work right up to the end of his long life.
  • The brown bear has a naturally long life.
  • long life compact semiconductor lasers.

life member

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E.g.
  • Walker is a life member of the Alpha Phi Alpha..
  • He was made a life member by the club in 2007.
  • In 2014, she was made a Tennis New Zealand life member.

life span

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E.g.
  • The life span is estimated to be about 8–10 years old.
  • The adults have a life span of about one year.
  • "Note: The dates signify reign not life span."

service life

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E.g.
  • It has an anticipated service life of 15 years.
  • This also extends the monitor's service life.
  • Structures made of concrete can have a long service life.

walks of life

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E.g.
  • Nepalese of all walks of life worked together in harmony.
  • The program is open to individuals from all walks of life.
  • People from all statuses and walks of life cross paths at the coffee shop.

life during

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E.g.
  • Most animal life during the Cambrian was aquatic.
  • He did not lose his life during the Anglo-Nepalese war.
  • However, little is known of Eugene's life during these early campaigns.

all life

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E.g.
  • during a time that half of all life is still dead.
  • Not all life cycle stages have been observed.
  • uncompromising reverence for all life.

whose life

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E.g.
  • It is the story of an Arab girl whose life has many adventures.
  • She's a terribly damaged woman whose life stopped the day her child died.
  • His songs were about the fate of a deprived man whose life was very hard.

battery life

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E.g.
  • The player has a battery life of up to 20 hours.
  • The battery life is 1200 cycles at 80% capacity.
  • However, it more than doubles the battery life.

life without

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E.g.
  • There was no way to return to a life without them.
  • The shuttle's slogan was "Imagine life without us."
  • "I help them and I get life without parole," he said.
E.g.
  • She continued practising yoga throughout her life.
  • Mable was politically active throughout her life.
  • Bolden has suffered from asthma throughout her life.

life through

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The words have lost meaning and life through years of repetition.
  • Myths and characters came to life through different materials and gave them a unique interpretation.
  • Phase I also allowed for up-close examination of the African manatee's way of life through field work.

married life

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E.g.
  • How will Rohini lead a good married life?
  • "Künstlerehe" (1828, with deep insights into married life).
  • He and Lincoln seem to have consulted each other about married life.

life forms

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E.g.
  • Glucose is an energy source in most life forms.
  • The film is set on a future Earth invaded by alien life forms.
  • In 2065, Earth is infested by alien life forms known as Phantoms.

during his life

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E.g.
  • Miłosz received numerous honors during his life.
  • Abid accumulated great wealth during his life.
  • This was the last story published by Twain during his life.
E.g.
  • He also emphasized early life experiences as a predisposing factor.
  • Agoha's songs are inspirational and stems from personal life experiences.

rural life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Pirosmani was fond of nature and rural life.
  • Their paintings depict problematic aspects of farming and rural life today.
  • It stresses the superiority of a simpler rural life as opposed to the complexity of city life.

life before

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E.g.
  • History knows little of his life before 1683.
  • It was more like life before his accident.
  • In human form, Miranda thanks Tom for giving her life before dying.

life sentences

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E.g.
  • On December 28 of the same year, he was sentenced to two life sentences.
  • I got niggas in jail who got life sentences, they might as well be dead.
  • In addition to 19 life sentences, he was sentenced to 189 years' imprisonment.

spiritual life

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E.g.
  • Certainly, Marx did not object to a spiritual life.
  • They experience no emotions, love, beauty or spiritual life.
  • The Hajj represents the culmination of the Muslim's spiritual life.

began life

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E.g.
  • Dear Enemy began life as a covers band called Stonewall.
  • The main Victorian building began life as St Michael's Orphanage.
  • For a protocol that began life in the 1980s, DPNSS is natively a long way from VoIP.

monastic life

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E.g.
  • She entered monastic life between 1217 and 1220.
  • It prescribes some rules pertaining to monastic life.
  • His pre monastic life was Suresh Chandra Bhattacharya.

short life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Compared to females the males have a very short life.
  • After a relatively short life a new bridge was needed.
  • This turbo alternator had a short life and was replaced.

student life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She won the Dean's Cup for contributions to student life.
  • Strict rules govern student life at BJU.
  • During his student life he formed various youth organizations.

life together

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E.g.
  • Thérèse and Laurent find life together intolerable.
  • The women reportedly enjoyed life together as family.
  • They are pleased to know the two led a happy life together.

lost his life

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E.g.
  • He lost his life whild defending his capital.
  • Muhammad ibn Humayd lost his life.
  • Rivers lost his life, while Schmid and Diamond suffered horrendous wounds.

early in life

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E.g.
  • Washington was a talented equestrian early in life.
  • In addition, it can present early in life or later.
  • From early in life, Gerard Ekdom had the ambition to become a DJ.

animal life

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E.g.
  • Most animal life during the Cambrian was aquatic.
  • There is much plant and animal life throughout the Dighty Burn.
  • Fauna (disambiguation) Fauna is a collective term for animal life.

home life

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E.g.
  • Gospel music was a big part of the Fowlers' home life.
  • Rita comes from a wealthy family and her home life is unhappy.
  • followed her home life on the estate.

aspects of life

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E.g.
  • It takes into account all aspects of life," she explains.
  • During that period, some aspects of life remained unchanged.
  • He began to focus on more important aspects of life in his poetry.

urban life

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E.g.
  • In the Republic of Ireland ground rents have been a feature of urban life.
  • Crime and violence were a reality of urban life and culture in Sophiatown.
  • In particular, Browning often painted New York City and scenes of urban life.

past life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Something from my past life, unbidden, some foreign language words ...
  • Now free from his stale past life, Rimuru embarks on a quest to prove his worth.
  • Connor, now torn between his past life and his new one with Jane, decides to stay.

save his life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She explains she is trying to save his life.
  • Even though Burns did not want to, he agreed to save his life.
  • To save his life, he fled to a refugee camp in Carinthia, Austria.

aquatic life

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E.g.
  • The spill destroyed all aquatic life for .
  • Phocids are more specialized for aquatic life than otariids.
  • The North American river otter is physically well-equipped for aquatic life.

modern life

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E.g.
  • The castaways are at first confused by modern life.
  • Hamilton disliked many aspects of modern life.
  • During this time Monet painted various works of modern life.

city life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Crime was a prominent feature of city life.
  • The crossings have been a part of city life for many years.
  • Public services improved city life.

economic life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Surviving records provide a glimpse of the kingdom's economic life.
  • Short took an active part in the early political and economic life of Kentucky.
  • Cattle raising dominated Botswana's social and economic life before independence.

community life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Many clubs promote the town's community life.
  • Ciokaraine remained active in community life even after retiring.
  • Many of her drawings reconstruct traditional Inuit community life.

life skills

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E.g.
  • They are dependent on them for food and for learning life skills.
  • The candidates will learn life skills and obedience during the training.
  • It’s a group of youth that I’m trying to teach life skills through music.

school life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Johnson's school life was quite traumatic as well.
  • The school positions community service as a “vital part of school life”.
  • Koperu experiences and observes various events in school life with friends.

musical life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Jesse began his musical life at an early age.
  • From 1966 onwards, teaching became part of his musical life.
  • He began his musical life on accordion but later switched to piano.

saved his life

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • One projectionist says Yuri saved his life twice.
  • Skalić saved his life by flight, but Funck was executed.
  • This saved his life, but he was imprisoned.

life events

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The film focuses on the real life events of the director, François Truffaut.
  • Each episode of the show reflects a different story based on real life events.
  • Agnes has self stated that many of her lyrics are inspired by real life events.
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