lifeway

[lahyf-wey]
noun
1.
a way of life; a manner of living.
2.
any of the customs and practices of a culture.
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The economic downturn may be spurring another ancient lifeway: serial monogamy.
Sheep and goats, horses and mules, and a livestock-based lifeway came later.
It helps preserve and sustain the culture, history, and language of the tribe
  as a continuing part of the tribe's lifeway.
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