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- n. Plural form of lifeblood.
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Hovering over the heads of the opposing armies, the angel of Europe and the angel of Asia embraced, and sent their lifebloods coursing through each other.
"Those are the lifebloods of the community," he said.
Poulin, the former Philadelphia captain and Notre Dame head coach, is responsible for pro and amateur scouting, the lifebloods of any organization.