I replied that I did not wish to do anything, adding that I intended investing my savings in a life annuity.
The life annuity he undertook to pay me was sufficient to my subsistence.
But if you wish very much to be relieved of the concern, what say you to a life annuity?
A life annuity, to cease in any event after a certain term of years, is called a temporary annuity.
Panna Kraslavski has a life annuity of nine thousand rubles, which her uncle left her; beyond that, not a copper.
Take a specimen: "Never grant a life annuity to an old woman; they wither, but they never die."
It is clear that he would buy a life annuity if he should buy the first 100 in one office, the second in another, and so on.
He retired to Montrouge, to his cottage in the fields, and sold me his shop against a life annuity.
I would have taken a conflagration with as little concern as any man with a life annuity.
In 1325 John Nichol, of Kenfig, gave his property to the abbey in return for a life annuity.