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Smoking reduces life expectancy by up to eight years. The Sun (2016)It warned a rise would especially hit people with a lower life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2017)With longer life expectancy it is inevitable that less will be passed on to the next generation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Playing golf means you can extend your life expectancy by up to five years. The Sun (2016) Life expectancy in advanced economies has risen sharply. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It also shows the improvement in your life expectancy. The Sun (2016)The whistling winds and sheets of rain mean our sash windows have a life expectancy of two years before they rot. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Since average life expectancy is increasing by five hours each day, the numbers of really senior citizens will swell. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Life expectancy was short for the early SAS. The Sun (2016)Other factors to take into account are the age profile and life expectancy of the workforce. Sharing the Success - the story of NFC (1990)They have a short life expectancy because of the hardship they endure. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Average life expectancy has increased by around four years in the past two decades. The Sun (2015)The county has the healthiest residents who have the longest life expectancy. The Sun (2008)Life expectancy is high and infant mortality low. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Zimbabwe now has the lowest life expectancy in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It recognises that predicting life expectancy is fiendishly difficult. Times, Sunday Times (2009)These pay a higher income because your life expectancy is shorter. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Plus we special humans have a longer life expectancy. The Sun (2015)It has very low infant mortality and high life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So the first volunteer needs a very short life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Longer life expectancy used to be greeted with joy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Life expectancy is short and the quality of life grim. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Everything is plain now and consequently has a longer life expectancy within the hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or is it the case that footballers have generally been poorer and thus their life expectancy is lower? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Its success has been based on the premise that people entering retirement with reduced life expectancy should receive higher annuity payments. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That is one reason why life expectancy at birth in India today averages less than forty years. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)To buy anything, you must forfeit some of your life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those already miserably low Zambian life expectancy figures would have dropped a notch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Life expectancy at birth for men and women is 43 years. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He couldn't swallow and had a limited life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The life expectancy of the average male has already increased by 10 years in the last half century. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Women live longer than men, so men get higher annuity payments in recognition of their shorter average life expectancy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The average life expectancy in some neighborhoods in Baltimore is 20 years lower than in neighborhoods one mile away. Christianity Today (2000)
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Übersetzungen für expectancy
Britisches Englisch: expectancy NOUN
Expectancy is the feeling or hope that something exciting, interesting, or good is about to happen.
The supporters had a tremendous air of expectancy.
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