mean life


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mean life

(mēn līf)
The average lifetime of decay of a radioactive atom.
Synonym(s): average life.

mean life

(mēn līf)
The average lifetime of decay of a radioactive atom.
Synonym(s): average life.
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John, 57, of Ryhope, who submitted 30,000 signatures calling for life to mean life to Downing Street last year, said his fight must continue.
McKeever told the federation's annual conference: "When our colleagues are murdered, in the absence of the death penalty, life should mean life.
The 25-year-old, from Woking, Surrey, showed no emotion as Judge Ann Goddard said that in his case: "Life should mean life."
The mystics will have a homeland free of persecution but the two brothers have opposing goals on the quest and once it is completed a choice that will mean life or death for humanity will be made.
Life should mean life for two Englishmen who savagely raped and murdered two Irish women, politicians claimed last night.
It means life will mean life for killers of on-duty officers who already face 30 years in the cells - but Ulster is being left out of the loop.
In lieu of a present, your picky friend or family member gets a handsome AGI card announcing a gift that will mean life and hope for a tired, beleaguered world.
Should we not pull back from our obsession with lies about sex and concentrate on finding out the truth about policies that mean life or death for people in this country and all over the world?
That could mean life was already present before the scientists got to work.
When it comes to the torture and murder of an innocent like this, life should mean life.
In this, the most evil of crimes, the robbing of innocence from two sweet girls, life must mean life.