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a life abounding in material comforts and luxuries.
a life lived according to the moral and religious laws of one's culture.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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We successfully moved the rooster to a friend's yard where he lived a
The chief part of them they think doth come of the exercise of virtue, and conscience of
The exchange of talent for the
made for an extraordinarily productive relationship between the state and the scientists.
But, they're not the only little ones living the
Decades of good decisions can build the
at work, too.
But even if you're scraping by on a serf's salary, it's possible to live the
within your means.
It does not include aspects of the
such as some leisure activities.
Those who prefer inflation to default prefer that their children pay their debts while they continue to life the
They want to enjoy a
financed by other people.
She already has a
and a successful career.
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