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- decreased by about 1.5% per year. "The progress being made in lengthening lifespans and postponing senescence is entirely due to medical and public-health...
- Life span or lifespan may refer to: Maximum life span, the maximum lifespan observed in a group Life expectancy, the average lifespan expected of a group...
- color-codes: Lifespans recorded in the Septuagint: Black (▄▄) and gray (▄▄) Lifespans recorded in the Syriac Pe****ta: Gold (▄▄) and yellow (▄▄) Lifespans recorded...
- expectancy in Roman times from the University of Texas. Animal lifespans: Animal Lifespans from Tesarta Online (Internet Archive); The Life Span of Animals...
- which ageing is effectively and completely prevented and treated. Their lifespans would be "indefinite" (that is, they would not be "immortal"), because...
- create what Martin called "a way of re-living the whole Beatles musical lifespan in a very condensed period". The show premiered in June 2006, and the Love...
- displa**** on its corporate Web site a simple page that showed Jobs's name and lifespan next to his grayscale portrait. On October 19, 2011, Apple employees held...
- To date, reliable information on the lifespans of domestic cats is varied and relatively scant. Nevertheless, a number of studies have investigated the...
- ISBN 978-9004146013, pages 13–21 Saraswathi et al (2010), Reconceptualizing Lifespan Development through a Hindu Perspective, in Bridging Cultural and Developmental...
- nations. Eventually the Boers established two republics which had a longer lifespan: the South African Republic or Transvaal Republic (1852–77; 1881–1902)...
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