The total fertility rate in rural China in 1930 was about 5 1/2 children per woman; the expectation of life was about 24 years; the annual rate of increase was close to zero.
At the time infant mortality was still high, and the expectation of life at birth still low.
I know his expectation of life
is not enormous, but what is the expectation of our sex life together?
'If you look at the expectation of life
in Merthyr 100-years ago and even 50-years ago it would have been less than it is now.
The insurance ``reptiles'' stated that, owing to my age, my expectation of life
The Ministry said thorough studies into the health of test veterans by the National Radiological Protection Board and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund showed their participation had no detectable effect on their expectation of life
or on their risk of developing cancer or other fatal diseases.
Off the field the German oozes self-confidence but proving he can the handle the pressure and expectation of life
at Anfield is a different matter.
There was a loss of their fertility, and permanent consequences included a small but nevertheless statistical reduction in their expectation of life
But Lovren crumbled under the pressure and expectation of life
Expectation of life
at birth was provisionally estimated at 79.7 years for females and 74.8 for males, based on 1999 figures.
At birth the expectation of life
for a man in Britain is now more than 74 years and for a woman nearly 80, compared with 49 for men and 52 for women in 1901
"Smokers who stop before the age of 35 years have an expectation of life
not significantly different from non-smokers."