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Noun
/ˈlīfˌtīm/,
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lifetimes, plural;
  1. The duration of a person's life
    • - a reward for a lifetime's work
  2. The duration of a thing's existence or usefulness
    • - a plan to extend the lifetime of satellites
  3. Used to express the view that a period is very long
    • - five weeks was a lifetime, and anything could have happened

  1. life: the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death); "the battery had a short life"; "he lived a long and happy life"
  2. Lifetime is the fourth album by the influential New Jersey band Lifetime. The band broke up in 1997, but after reforming in 2005, began writing new material and released Lifetime in 2007, nearly a full decade after 1997's Jersey's Best Dancers. ...
  3. Lifetime is an American melodic hardcore band from New Jersey. Lifetime was formed in 1990 and disbanded in 1997. In late 2005, they announced their reunion.
  4. Unbroken is the second album from American Idol season five runner-up Katharine McPhee. The album was released on January 5, 2010 by Verve Forecast Records, her first album on the label. It debuted at #27 on the Billboard 200, selling 15,000 copies in its first week.
  5. The solution to this equation (see derivation below) is: Here N(t) is the quantity at time t, and N0 = N(0) is the initial quantity, i.e. the quantity at time t = 0.
  6. Lifetime Television, often referred to as Lifetime TV, or most commonly, Lifetime, is an American television network devoted to movies, sitcoms and dramas, all of which are either geared toward women or feature women in lead roles. The network is owned by A&E Television Networks.
  7. "A Lifetime" is a 2005 single by the American alternative rock band Better Than Ezra. It was originally released on the band's 2001 album Closer. However, a new, re-recorded version (which would become the single), appeared on the 2005 album Before the Robots.
  8. The duration of the life of someone or something; A long period of time
  9. The lifetime of a traction battery is greater than ten years, assuming that the battery remains at moderate temperatures. The load profile and the intensity of the charging and discharging cycles critically affect the lifetime. ...
  10. The lifetime of a greenhouse gas refers to the approximate amount of time it would take for the anthropogenic increment to an atmospheric pollutant concentration to return to its natural level (assuming emissions cease) as a result of either being converted to another chemical compound or being ...
  11. The mean life of a particle or radioactive nucleus. This is equivalent to the decay time.
  12. Lifetime can refer to the lifetime of validity of an Entrust SSL Certificate (Standard and Advantage) or the lifetime of the service agreement you have with Entrust to manage an inventory of SSL Certificates.
  13. The time constant forremoval of any substance from the atmosphere. It depends on the rates of chemical reactions and physical remove processes and is approximately one third of the time interval for total removal of the substance.
  14. The lifetime of a variable is the period of the execution of the program between allocating memory for the variable and releasing that memory.
  15. The period of time during which an item of equipment exists and functions according to specification.  See also Mean time between failures and Mean Time to Repair.
  16. The period of time over which a variable or property is in existence.
  17. The lifetime of a LED is the time it can last whilst maintaining a certain percentage of lumen output.
  18. For the purposes of these NSODs, the working lifetime of a person, taken to be 50 years. (Vie active)
  19. which can range from persistent synchronization that lasts as long as the network operates, to nearly instantaneous (useful, for example, if nodes want to compare the detection time of a single event).
  20. LEDs can have a relatively long useful life. One report estimates 35,000 to 50,000 hours of useful life, though time to complete failure may be longer. ...
  21. means while a person is covered under this Plan. Lifetime does not mean during the Lifetime of the Covered Person.
  22. the maximum amount a health plan will pay in benefits to an insured individual during that individual's lifetime.
  23. A limit on time and traffic volume allowed over the interface before an SA needs to be renegotiated.
  24. the time during which the variable exists in memory
  25. The property of an object that describes whether it is in existence or not. Objects’ lifetimes end when they are no longer referenced. This occurs most often when a reference to an object goes out of scope and the object is garbage collected. ...