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- n. prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, and Australia; heavily armed with recurved thorns and having sensitive soft grey-green leaflets that fold and droop at night or when touched or cooled
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Wall Street, though, should not be an all powerful force that pressures companies to live-and-die by their daily stock value.
Crystal, a live-and-die with the Yankees fan, took a more serious approach.
"In 2020, a generation of kids who don't have much expectation of long-term employment with the same company won't have the same live-and-die loyalty to the Yankees."
I've always been interested in productivity and have come to live-and-die rely on it.
"Guys that have been through incredible things in their lives, the live-and-die of a game for me usually isn't the same for people that have seen life and death," Izzo said.