of (one's) life

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of (one's) life

Used to indicate something that has an extreme impact on one's life, for good or ill. These underdogs are in the fight of their lives to defy expectations and go home with the championship! This has been, without a doubt, the worst vacation of my life. I was fortunate enough to have found the love of my life in high school.
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of one's life

Being the greatest, worst, or best occasion of a lifetime, as in She was having the time of her life at the party, or The threatened takeover of the company put the president in the fight of his life.
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Because individuals differ in the value they place on various areas of their life, simply assessing the extent of ClAD-related disruption across a range of domains fails to take into account the differential importance of domains, and therefore provides an incomplete picture of the individual's experience.
"Let's say a life insurance company sold an annuity where the annuitant receives an income for the balance of their life," Buerger said.
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Two well-known life insurers recently acknowledged that they no longer allow the use of their life insurance products inside qualified plans.