- n. Plural form of lifestyle.
““Projecting lifestyles is a really tricky business.””
“Comparing life expectancy without looking at differences in ethnicity and lifestyles is ridiculous.”
““Comparing life expectancy without looking at differences in ethnicity and lifestyles is ridiculous.””
“Now men who dwell in lifestyles of the rich and famous are willing to devote large chunks of their summers to a common goal.”
“We welcome everyone, but still let them know we don't agree with certain lifestyles and choices.”
“The notion that suburbanites have poor health because of their lifestyles is ludicrous.”
“And secondly I think there is need for major behavioural changes, and changes in lifestyles, and I think if the public puts adequate pressure on governments then governments will frame policies, including putting a price on carbon, that will provide the right signals to the market as well for developing new technologies and being able to disseminate them on a large scale.”
“This group increasingly adopted middle-class ideologies and lifestyles from the late eighteenth century onwards, and the construction of middle-class womanhood became one of the defining elements of their class identity.”
“I guess the biggest thing I've seen is the difference in lifestyles from the Americans to the Iraqis.”
“There is simply too much range in lifestyles to make broad pronouncements of what it costs to live in Mexico.”
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