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lifeblood

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  • n  the blood considered as the seat of vitality
  • n  an essential or life-giving force
    water is the lifeblood of India

  • The lifeblood of the world's largest economy was clotting, but the men who would be President answered with shared simplifications: muttered prayers to the god of oversight, an .
  • In 1986, a housewife from the Philippines whose given name meant "heart" gave lifeblood to her wounded nation.
  • Trade is still the lifeblood of this metropolis--and a lifeline to the mainland: 65% of cargo reaching Victoria Harbor is then routed to China.
News & Articles

  • Editorial: Volunteer blood donors help Lifeblood save lives
    Lifeblood is celebrating 50 years of service this year.
    June 14, 2013 - Memphis Commercial Appeal
  • Big 12 fights to protect its home turf
    Recruiting is the lifeblood of every program in the country, and every conference has its strengths and weaknesses when it comes to landing top prospects. In the start of a weeklong series, we'll examine the BCS conferences plus Notre Dame to find each's strength, the biggest obstacle each faces and the overall view of the conference. The Big 12 is up Thursday. Biggest obstacle: Texas is one of ...
    June 13, 2013 - ESPN Blogs
  • ACC a Southeast recruiting power too
    Recruiting is the lifeblood of every program in the country, and every conference has its own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to landing top prospects. This week, we are examining the BCS conferences plus Notre Dame to find each one's strength, the biggest obstacle each faces and the overall view of the conference. The ACC is up today. Biggest obstacle: Getting out from under the SEC's ...
    June 12, 2013 - ESPN Blogs
Quotes

  • Lindsey Graham in Newsday
    Principled compromise is the lifeblood of democracy and those who seek principled compromise to advance their state and their nation are doing what the voters want,Graham said in his victory speech.
  • Ben Bernanke in Forbes
    Choking up of credit is like taking the lifeblood away from the economy,Bernanke said.
  • David Cameron in WalesOnline
    Writing in The Observer, Mr Cameron said: "Britain's small businesses need our help. We intervened to prevent the beating heart of our economy - the financial system - from collapsing. We've got to do the same for its lifeblood. Small and...

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