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lifetime

for the duration of the animal's (usually productive) life.

average lifetime performance
total of production data divided by the number of years of records.
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Based upon the closing price of Lifetime common stock on December 21, 2017, the transaction values Filament at an enterprise value of approximately USD 313m, which represents a pro forma adjusted EBITDA multiple of approximately 6.
Lifetime Moving & Storage is fully licensed, bonded and insured and a proud member of the BBB.
The Lifetime Health Clinic is open only for Lifetime employees and their dependents.
To reach the Finnair Plus Lifetime Gold tier, travellers need to accrue 3,000,000 Lifetime tier points, and for the Finnair Plus Lifetime Platinum, travellers need to accrue 5,000,000 Lifetime tier points.
Physicians are told in the ATP III guidelines to consider lifetime risk in primary prevention, but they're not really told how to go about doing that.
I don't think they want to hear `The Women's Channel' anymore,'' said Mark Gordon, producer of the upcoming Lifetime series ``Army Wives.
One concern CNA found is that the lump sum should be "fair" in comparison with lifetime monthly compensation payments.
When a stream of payments is paid over someone's lifetime and not for a fixed term, it's known as an annuity, not an installment sale.
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Going into the recent International Home & Housewares Show, Lifetime also announced an agreement to manufacture and distribute Pedrini kitchenware, barware and bakeware.
Just 21 percent of workers in private industry are now covered by defined benefit pension plans, which prior generations counted on for a lifetime stream of income.
43) makes a comparison: "A LED can last for up to 100,000 hours compared with the 1,000-hour lifetime of a typical lightbulb and the 10,000-hour lifetime of a typical fluorescent lightbulb.