all one's life
- pron.一个人,任何人,一方 num.一,一个 adj.一方的,某一,同样的
- His experiences as a prisoner of war have left him marked for life.
- His boy was dead slain by the hand of the false amulius.fair rhea silvia had been shut up in a temple of vesta there to serve as a priestess all her days and never more to see her dear father or the pleasant home of her childhood.
- And he begat six sons chieftains whose thoughts were ever of brave deeds: and now hath he part in honour of blood-offerings in his grave beside alpheos'stream and hath a frequented tomb whereto many strangers resort: and from afar off he beholdeth the glory of the olympian games in the courses called of pelops where is striving of swift feet and of strong bodies brave to labour; but he that overcometh hath for the sake of those games a sweet tranquillity throughout his life for evermore.
- He is also a permanent visiting professor at china's two premier maritime universities: dalian maritime university and shanghai maritime university.
- After many reprimands she found refuge in a visiting professorship in the electrical department which turned her post into a tenured position a year later.
- If you add mugwort to the narcissus it shows that you'll suffer for the rest of your life because of her.
- An unappealable grievance; an unappealable sentence of life imprisonment.
- It's clear that the premiums for whole life insurance are greater than for term insurance.
- It's still extremely difficult to get tenure.
- And he lay upon her perfectly formed and unalterably complete in his love for her.
- A state judge in america on tuesday spared the life of lewis the cat whose vicious attacks on neighbors landed his owner cisero in court but the terrorizing tomcat was ordered con-fined to the house at all times.
- It would stigmatize her for life us a fast woman.
- At that time as the reader will remember it was penal servitude for life.
- Lifelong monogamy has other drawbacks.
- Among these40000chinese 681were taken to bie-zi copper-mine in shikoku of japan.in two years time 200of them died from ill treatment and the survivals suffered from not only disability but also discrimination in the remainder of their lives.