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Maybe, too, they’ll have remembered why they liked each other and outlived the reasons they split, and your only involvement will be, on occasion, to enjoy their now-not-entirely-unpleasant company.
Researchers have found that patients with an optimistic outlook in the face of a terminal medical prognosis will outlive those with a realistic sense of their disease.
That alone makes it clear that “Boys” has still not outlived the importance of the message it carries.
‘THE BOYS’ ARE BACKJOHN PAUL KINGSEPTEMBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
In the corners stood machines that had outlived their heyday.
You see the impression was strong enough to outlive her insanity.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
When we have known such beings, admiration and love outlive all else.
Tha are verry tuff ov life, and will outlive an injun rubber shoe, and don't seem tew gro old enny faster than a paving stone duz.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
Now, don't say you're sorry—I know all about how I look; but I'm better and expect to outlive a good many well ones yet.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
So will the Constitution and its principles outlive the prejudices which would seek to overthrow it.
THE NEGRO PROBLEMBOOKER T. WASHINGTON, ET AL.
"Oh, yes, said he had never expected me to outlive uncle; I always acted so much older than he did," laughed Robert.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY

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