life expectancy

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an expected time to live as calculated on the basis of statistical probabilities

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According to Yale research, the average lifespan of an S&P 500 company has plunged from comfortable 67 years in the 1920s to a mere 15 years.
Rylan, meanwhile, has vowed to make the spin-off show the "most risque yet" in a bid to keep his job longer than a year, the average lifespan of most Xtra Factor presenters.
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If the same results were applied to humans, our average lifespan of 79 would be boosted to almost 107.
The average lifespan of wild pandas is 15 years, while those in captivity usually live longer due to better nutrition and living conditions.
The average lifespan for a giraffe is 25 years, although they are expected to live longer in captivity.
Their muscles waste away, their average lifespan is just 20 years, and it is 100% fatal.
In total, there were 9,341 births, of which 1,832 were outside wedlock, and 5,141 deaths, with the average lifespan for men at 80 years and for women at 84.
In Britain, for example, the average lifespan has increased by 11 more years in the past 44 years - three months per year, just like in the 19th century.
Its sexual maturity is reached at 10 years in females and 12 years in males while its average lifespan is around 40 years.
eir average lifespan is just 20 years and it is 100 per cent fatal.
With an average lifespan of 5-6 years, the switches we recently purchased will need periodic replacement in 2017 to ensure the city maintains currency in technology within the network architecture structure.
We keep getting told the average lifespan (for a manager) is 13 months and another good young manager has just lost his job.
Noting that the average lifespan of a Chinese enterprise is only 4.