Expectancy [noun]

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Life expectancy in Ward 8 is 72 — and just 68 in some neighborhoods — Nesbitt said, compared to 89 in more affluent neighborhoods elsewhere in the city.

Little research on that question existed, so they conducted their own analysis using 67 years of data about unemployment, life expectancy, and death rates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Life expectancy got much higher for most everyone in rich countries over the last several decades.

Life expectancy in many of these camps was between six weeks and three months.

It was theatrical: he stood upon the stage, an audience watching him with intent expectancy, wondering upon his decision.

When she thought that he was there at hand, waiting for her, she grew numb with the intoxication of expectancy.

Winston nodded as he went on, wondering with a grim expectancy whether Courthorne had returned again.

There is an air of anxious expectancy about him, with a look of Semitic shrewdness in the long, narrow face.

And the group rose to its feet; it broke up with little movements and murmurs, in a restrained, dignified expectancy.

The crowd swarmed into the court-room, stuffy and hot enough already, and the air vibrated with expectancy.