The crews of those boats would have to make the life-or-death decision themselves about how much time is “sufficient.”
When we hear the word “hero,” we think of people who do have a choice in life-or-death situations.
What McEvoy uncovers is not just a big story, but a life-or-death situation involving an especially devious serial killer.
The fussy legal language complicates what is sometimes a life-or-death situation.
Constantino-Diaz Duran reports on the eerie similarities—and the life-or-death differences.
It was a life-or-death struggle with the elements--English courage and brawn pitted against the combined action of wind and sea.
In a life-or-death matter such as now confronts us regarding the wild life of our country, it is time to speak plainly.
It was a punishment that satisfied both sides of the life-or-death argument.
Kenniston, unable to turn from the life-or-death business of threading the swarm, heard the Jovian fighting furiously.
Brigham struck out as if he comprehended that this was a life-or-death matter.