- n. Plural form of half-life.
“Its power would outlast the half-lives of the radioactive isotopes, timeless and eternal as the sun.”
“Most discarded Christians lead half-lives, consumed with pain, anger, shame, and bitterness.”
“Some people never retrieve it and lead half-lives that are ruled by suspicion.”
“Ractopamine residues "represent a genuine risk to consumers," wrote a medical journal article, citing "long plasma half-lives, and relatively slow rates of elimination.”
“In this way, irregular verbs behave in just the same way as radioactive atoms and have half-lives.”
“Even being conservative, the radioactive half-lives of these elements pin the age of the tools to about 1.5 million years ago.”
“Until they were buried, the tools like everything else on the surface of the planet were exposed to cosmic rays, leaving a signature of radioactive beryllium and aluminum, which have very long half-lives on their surfaces.”
“After being victimized, most wounded people lead half-lives, consumed with anger, bitterness, shame, and pain.”
“On top of that, iodine 131 has a half-life of about eight days and uranium and cesium have half-lives measured in decades 4, so what do we do after the first 24-48 hours?”
“Fusion I find interesting because the radioactive half-lives are much shorter and there is no ‘meltdown’ possibility.”
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