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Definition of Lifeblood

Lifeblood
Lifeblood Life"blood` (l[imac]f"bl[u^]d`), n. 1. The blood necessary to life; vital blood. --Dryden. 2. Fig.: That which gives strength and energy. Money [is] the lifeblood of the nation. --Swift.

Meaning of Lifeblood from wikipedia

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- Lifeblood is the seventh studio album by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers. Recorded in 2003, it was released on 1 November 2004 by record...
- or videos, and data generated through all online interactions, is the lifeblood of social media. Users create service-specific profiles for the website...
- Americans, whom the author praises as "the kind of people who are the lifeblood of healthy democratic societies". Power to the People, a New York Times...
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- Children and Young Adult Literature portal Lifeblood is a children's novel by Tom Becker, first published in 2007. It is the sequel to Darkside, and the...
- 2.0, Internet-based applications user-generated content (UGC) is the lifeblood of social networking services. users create service-specific profiles...
- ecological experts to help restore marine environments and coral reefs—the lifeblood of Maldivian tourism. Much of the ecological expertise has been rendered...
- river has supported irrigated agriculture for centuries and served as the lifeblood of the ancient kingdoms and modern cities of South India. Access to the...
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