Life land

(Law) land held by lease for the term of a life or lives.

See also: Life

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The game is free, but real estate isn't, and the Second Life land ' grab isn't limited by Earthly boundaries, it's only a function of disk space.
The Living Legacy announcement ended the controversial Lands for Life land allocation process, a hotly debated contest among competing interests, particularly environmental groups and the forest industry, over the fate of 200,000 square kilometres of forested public land.
The episode has it all - real life Land Girls, links with royalty, the Victorian version of Sir Richard Branson, the obligatory tears, ZZ Top-style beards and "one of the most important inventions of the 19th century".
Hyderabad: Craving for a luxurious life landed a MBA graduate behind the bars as he took the path of crime to make some quick and easy money.
Nadiya's fascination with fudge takes her to Wiltshire where she meets Jen Gale, while her appreciation for the sour things in life lands her at the Vinegar Shed in London with experts Andy Harris and Angela Clutton.
In the end, the decision to save her life lands solely in Dr.
Tudhope on top Danny Tudhope rode a double as Classic Flyer took the 5f handicap before Time Of My Life landed the 1m5f handicap.
The Patriots' emperor for life landed a pair of sturdy, physical (got press coverage?), versatile and, most importantly, talented cornerbacks in Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner in a span of three days last week that still has the teams' fan chatting, celebrating and checking for flights to Phoenix for Super Bowl XLIX.
The 45-year-old Indian expat who loved collecting stamps all his life landed a job with Emirates Philatelic Association in Dubai five years ago through sheer coincidence.
New York Life landed $1.2 billion in bundled retirement plan services for the IT company Fujitsu Management Services of America, among other new contracts won.