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average life

[′av·rij ′līf]
(physics)
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Although we are one of the leading countries in the world and Europe in number of elderly, Bulgaria is among the countries with the lowest average life expectancy, said Associate Professor Georgi Bardarov.
The UK has the 20th highest average life expectancy in the world, with people living until they're 81.
Countries in one group had low average life expectancy, from 28 years in Mali to just under 50 years in El Salvador.
One table breaks life expectancy averages down by age, and it shows how the average life expectancy for each people of each age has changed since 1900.
ISLAMABAD -- The average life expectancy of males in Pakistan has witnessed an increasing trend reached from 65.
The Notes will have a weighted average life of approximately 8.
The report also revealed that the average life span in Israel has reached a record 82.
LHASA (CyHAN)- Tibet Autonomous Region in southwest China plans to raise its average life expectancy by two years to 70 in five years, a local official has said.
Men aged 65 in Liverpool today can expect to live to 82, but average life expectancy for boys born in the city today is just over 76.
Tokyo, July 26 ( ANI ): Women in Japan have once again taken the top position in terms of women's average life span in 2012, a year after stepping down to the second spot behind Hong Kong, it was revealed on Thursday.
Adding carnosine to foodstuff was accompanied and followed by a 20% increase in the average life span of males, but it did not influence the average life span of females.

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