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for (one's) life

Desperately, urgently, or frantically, as if (or because) one's life is at stake. With the outcome of this game determining whether they'll continue in the tournament, the team will need to play for their lives. The reactor is going to blow any minute—run for your lives! With the cancer progressing at an alarming rate, Mary is now fighting for her life.
See also: life

for life

for the remainder of one's life. The accident caused me to become blind for life. She will stay in prison for life.
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for life

Till the end of one's life.
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In the nation's capital, the March for Life began at the National Mall and ended at the Supreme Court building, highlighting the current battle in the U.
At the beatification ceremony, the Holy Father said that Gianna's action for life was possible only after a life of preparation.
For Life Changers, service to others is a guiding principle.
Another major concern for life insurers, say some--but not all--is that life settlements are cutting into the industry's profits.
Every Canadian Catholic saying one Hail Mary a day for Life could do it.
Jackson National took a "contrarian" position when it rolled out its first VUL in March 2003, said Bruce Wing, senior vice president and national sales director for life insurance with Jackson National Life Distributors.
Many of us gathered here from far and wide are deeply committed to human life, and the great struggles for life around the world.
What we're finding is while some universal-life purchasers want the death benefit guaranteed for life or to age 100, not everybody feels the need to guarantee a death benefit for life--they might think they have a life expectancy of 95 or 90 or 85," Kalen said.