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It's not that such a moment, one that transforms an afternoon walk into a lifelong memory, couldn't happen in another town.
They recognize one another and develop lifelong cooperative relationships.
At last, his lifelong dream of a career creating large-scale extravaganzas for princely dwellings was coming true.
It was part of a lifelong pattern of setting and fulfilling astronomical standards.
First of all, the idea that the book expires after the semester is over is defeating the purpose of lifelong education.
Research on educational attainment provides abundant evidence that a college education produces significant lifelong effects.
If there were jobs reserved for southpaws, thousands of academics would suddenly claim to be lifelong lefties.
Those who received this treatment contracted a mild form of the disease, developing a lifelong immunity.
Every day he shot with the photographers, a lifelong dream for him.
Ideally, a malaria vaccine would provide lifelong protection.
We'll show you a special good time and a lifelong experience.
Understanding what you have spoken about, has been a lifelong struggle for myself.
Boredom therefore becomes a lifelong cue for sensation-seeking behavior.
Unfortunately, lifelong exposure to many factors can increase the incidence of common and uncommon tumors.
As a lifelong student of the ocean-thanks for the great article.
The result of lifelong immersion in distorted images has been distorted body image and increases in eating disorders.
To counteract these killers, some physicians have turned to lengthy or lifelong courses of antibiotics.
However, because the implant is prone to infection and other complications, patients must take a lifelong course of antibiotics.
Borrelia is a devastating lifelong obviously incurable infection.
Speaking to student groups brought her out and satisfied her lifelong urge to teach.
The only treatment for this disorder is a lifelong gluten-free diet.
In all this lifelong struggle he had the support of no authority.
Diabetes is a lifelong disease and there is not yet a cure.
He was left with a leg three-quarters of an inch shorter than the other and a lifelong limp.
Not only has he accomplished his lifelong dream, but he is a father of three, a husband and a plastic surgeon by day.
She often spoke of her lifelong craving for affection and her need to give it.
He publicly accepted the concept of market economics--also a difficult thing for a lifelong communist to do.
Repeated blows to the head, which are routine in football, can have lifelong repercussions.

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