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expectancy

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the prospect of a future interest or possession, esp in property
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The relationship is so deeply rooted that children growing up in communities with the most serious literacy problems in the country shockingly have life expectancies 26 years shorter than children from places with the fewest literacy problems.
Other countries with high life expectancies include Australia, Spain, Italy, Iceland, Israel, France and Sweden.
vegetables, could contribute their high life expectancies, while Sierra remains one of poorest countries in the which causes issues.
Increasing life expectancies are raising the risk of some of our clients running out of money.
Wales does not feature in the top 10 highest life expectancies for men or women, with men in East Dorset and Hart living to at least 82.
BACKGROUND: Clinical guidelines recommend against routine prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening for older men and for those with lower life expectancies.
Predicted life expectancy was subtracted from the actual life expectancy for all respondents and all cases, so that underestimated life expectancies were represented by negative values.
Click on individual counties to get specific life expectancies and rates of change.
Britain, Ireland and France, black people tend to have shorter life expectancies than their white counterparts.
The agency had a research showing that in a "typical distribution" of life expectancies for individuals 65 years of age or older, less than 20% will have a life expectancy of 8 years or less.
In addition, coaches were asked to complete the Expectancy Rating Scale (ERS; Solomon, 1993) to measure current athletic expectancies.
The study, published in the online science journal PLoS Medicine, found more than 30 years separate Americans with the greatest life expectancies from those with the lowest.