term of life

See: age
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The Ox took under his patronage the next term of life, and therefore man in his middle age is fond of work, devoted to labor, and resolute to amass wealth and to husband his resources.
The young divine, whose scholar-like renown still lived in Oxford, was considered by his more fervent admirers as little less than a heavenly ordained apostle, destined, should he live and labour for the ordinary term of life, to do as great deeds, for the now feeble New England Church, as the early Fathers had achieved for the infancy of the Christian faith.
If I had any influence with you, I would simply use it to soften your judgment of me in causing you this disappointment: to represent to you that I have lived the half of a long term of life, and have never before set my own will against yours.
He was beyond the middle term of life, with gray hair, a thin, gray beard, and a face singularly marked with intellect and cultivation, but which could never, even in his more youthful days, have expressed much warmth of heart.
The US government has approved the Bill with the sole objective to help Pakistan which has sacrificed a lot in term of life and property during last eight years while fighting against extremism and terrorism, he said while answering a question during a Federal Cabinet briefing.
ESTEVEZ has been in custody since his arrest on April 14, 2004 and faces a minimum mandatory term of imprisonment of 10 years, and a maximum term of life, to be followed by 5 years of supervised release, and a $4 million fine.
Mr Justice O'Higgins jailed Stankevicius at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin for the mandatory term of life imprisonment.
He faces a state prison term of life without the possibility of parole when he is sentenced.
Three judges at the non-jury Special Criminal Court in Dublin convicted Paul Ward of Ms Guerin's murder and sentenced him to the mandatory term of life imprisonment.
Three judges at the non-jury Special Criminal Court in Dublin yesterday convicted Paul Ward of the 1996 murder and sentenced him to the mandatory term of life imprisonment.
He wrote a letter to the committee, requesting they seek a term of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
If convicted, he faces a minimum term of 10 years in prison and a maximum term of life, Holmquist said.