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Use "expectancies" in a sentence
"As for the administrator before proposing handing over control to a private (not market) system which not only costs twice as much for administration, but spends twice the percentage of GNP on health care as most industrial countries with lower life expectancies is exactly equivalent to Putin handing choice indistries to his cronies."
"The expert has been in a situation enough times before that they can mentally simulate what should be happening, and recognize when things are deviating from their expectancies, which is a sign of danger."
"The report discusses issues including the difficulty of estimating life expectancies of insured individuals."