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Even when mortality was very high for both sexes, women still outlived men, on average, by six months to four years, according to the report by Duke University in North Carolina.
Johnston should know; she also has outlived most of her friends.
Darby says the modular buildings have more than outlived their usefulness.
But if school boards have outlived their usefulness as evidenced by district performance, wouldn't we also have to say that superintendents, the district model, and teacher and administrator preparation programs have all outlived their usefulness as well?
Yoda outlived three previous cage mates, including one with the Pit1 mutation.
0 newsletter outlived the giants Compaq and Lotus, both of which were absorbed by even bigger computer companies.
So what to do with a PC that has outlived its usefulness?
Similarly, in her paintings of artists and writers Roberts's focus seems to be not just death but an equivocal death-in-life: These people have outlived their own mortality, which, given their enduring public lives, has a shocking intimacy.
Madame Jeanne Calment [1875-1997] of Arles, France, already outlived that assumption by a year and a half.
has argued in the IWF journal that "the battered women's movement has outlived its useful beginnings," while columnist Betsy Hart predicted that the domestic violence law would "perpetuate false information, waste money and urge vulnerable women to mistrust all men.
At the end of several thousand words of copiously referenced exegesis, Form is finally dismissed as 'a concept that has outlived its usefulness'.
Johnson) "As a Christian, one returns from China deeply challenged by these people who seem to have outlived us at almost every point of our own Christian ethical teachings.