womb-to-tomb


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Adj.1.womb-to-tomb - continuing through life; "a lifelong friend"; "from lifelong habit"; "his lifelong study of Greek art"
long - primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified; "a long life"; "a long boring speech"; "a long time"; "a long friendship"; "a long game"; "long ago"; "an hour long"
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Lim said that once he wins, he will bring back all the free 'womb-to-tomb' services he introduced in 1992 -from the moment one is conceived up to the time he dies- and will also be putting up a free college in each of the city's six districts to complement the already existing UDM so that poor students will no longer have to allot transportation money to avail of free college education.
De Guzman said Lim introduced the "womb-to-tomb" program of free services in 1992.
Unlike womb-to-tomb American anarchists such as Benjamin Tucker, Spooner's flight from American constitutional governance was gradual (Symes and Clement 154-57).
It is the only local government unit that can boast of womb-to-tomb social services and benefits for its citizens, from the toddlers to the elderly.
In the early 1980s, stung by unfair charges that the church's concern for the vulnerable began at conception and ended at birth, Bernardin, then a growing national figure, articulated a coherent "womb-to-tomb" philosophy that spoke to the issues of that era.
"The hospital provided me basically with womb-to-tomb access but the provision was that all patients had to sign releases," says Eckstein.
We are used to typical womb-to-tomb ceremonies for birth, marriage, and death, but there is so much more to pay homage to between these events, and even these classic ceremonies have become commercialized rather than ritualized.
* Thoroughly investigate and understand the costs of WEE/RoHS compliance--from stem-to-stern, womb-to-tomb;
CORRECTION: Even Teddy Kennedy doesn't pretend that authentic conservatives will jump on his womb-to-tomb Medicare bandwagon.
From an overall perspective, the programs that were the most successful (retention of engineers, satisfaction level) were those where the managers were not only actively involved in the program and career development of the engineers, but where the managers and human resources (HR) personnel were proactively involved in the "womb-to-tomb"--recruitment to final graduation and placement--career development of the engineer.