The Paleo diet is dangerous because it permits red meat, which clogs our arteries and shortens our lifespan.
In my experience, covering the campaign for its entire 21-month lifespan, both Obama and Plouffe were, in fact, flappable.
Going in we knew we had a lifespan on the show if it really succeeded.
Their correspondence became The lifespan of a Fact, the third incarnation of the essay.
Imagine downloading a new wetware patch to “fix” an illness, or programming your genes to radically extend your lifespan.
People need to know that sexual violence can occur at any point throughout the lifespan.
Parkhomenko estimates a lifespan of 14 to 16 months for R4H.
Mortality rates there were “at least 10.7 percent to 16.7 percent over its 35-year lifespan.”
It may seem like batteries have improved dramatically — consider the lifespan of an iPod Nano versus a portable cassette player.
And what the hell, the doctors are increasing our lifespan every day with new drugs and things, aren't they?
life span n.
The average or maximum length of time an organism, a material, or an object can be expected to survive or last.