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public life

noun
1.
public service as an elected or appointed government official.
Origin
1775-1785
1775-85
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  • Our inner, private life has impacts on our external public life as well.
  • As they soar in the nation's public life, their cherished text soars with them.
  • It would be preferable to have some respite from buying and selling, some separation between private and public life.
  • His withdrawal from public life lasted only three years.
  • His many supporters, in and out of public life, hold in their hands the ability to determine that legacy.
  • However, participating in public life on the services requires attaching your name to your statements.
  • Superficial or make-believe political discourse is not the fundamental problem in some areas of public life.
  • Over the past decade, influential figures in public life have decreed that school reform is the key to fixing poverty.
  • He warned us against the corrupting effect on politics and public life of the misuse of language, which pleases almost everyone.
  • Over the past decade, influential figures in public life have decreed that school reform is the key to fixing poverty.

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