Synonyms for life expectancy

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And after all, it was only thirty years out of a life expectancy of a hundred and fifty.

But remarriage was common because the life expectancy after birth was about 35 years.

If we extended their life expectancy, their best men would live to be of additional use to planet development.

A concomitant of the reduced death rate was an increase in life expectancy.

He also noted an inverse relationship between population density and life expectancy in this species.

He knew any answer he gave them would shorten his life expectancy by about thirty-five years.

This can only be true, of course, because the life expectancy of modern computers is quite long, certainly over five years.

The high ratio of older adults to yearlings indicates that the life expectancy is long.

As near as he could figure, his life expectancy in this body was down to three days, Earth style.

The reversal reflects a change in life expectancy statistics.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LIFE EXPECTANCY

life span

nounthe extent of a being's life
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