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  • Most brothers joined for life, although some were allowed to join for a set period.
  • Some thought she was a traditional woman who wanted to marry for life and have children.
  • But for a person to take them for life was highly unusual.
  • He credited his strength and good health to his life style and his love for life.
  • Once a male is chosen, the pair will stay together for life.
  • Once someone has been admitted to the college, they become a member for life.
  • He then spent thirty years as a professional model for life-classes in art colleges.
  • The system provides materials and information for life, work and pleasure.
  • He became a writer and journalist, leaving the religious order for life.
  • Also workers were bound to their work unit for life.
  • Once "local" status has been achieved it remains in place for life.
  • Eight are elected each year by the Society, and also hold their membership for life.
  • This was soon followed by his debut novel, Marked for Life, the same year.
  • They were appointed for life and did not lose their status even in exile.
  • Students can receive credit for life experience and may pursue subjects of particular interest to them.
  • The majority had self-elected common councils, whose members served for life.
  • This, as it turned out, would be a move he would regret for life.
  • The dates shown indicate the terms of the members, who generally serve for life.
  • Once given a Crown land, one had the right to keep it 'for life'.
  • The term of service in the 18th century was for life.
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