According to SCAD's report, life expectancy at birth in the emirate of Abu Dhabi in 2011 was 77.
What does LEAB stand for?
LEAB stands for Life Expectancy at Birth
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- Vessel Leased to Russia (US Navy)
- Vessel Leased to United Kingdom (US Navy)
- Vessel Leased to Uruguay (US Navy)
- Law Enforcement Alliance of America
- Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
- Land's End Aerodrome Action Group (opposition to the environmental impact of mass helicopter use)
- Law Enforcement Association of Asian Pacifics (Glendale, CA)
- Liquid Engine Air-Augmented Package
- Lower Extremity Arterial Bypass
- Lambert Equal-Area Conic (mathematical projection)
- Land and Ecosystem Accounting
- Law Enforcement Accreditation Consultants, Inc (Pembroke Pines, FL)
- Law Enforcement Aviation Coalition
- Lay Episcopalians for the Anglican Communion
- Legal Education Advisory Committee (Mississippi)
- Levelized Energy Adjustment Clause (US Virgin Islands)
- London Edinburgh Academical Club (UK)
- Law Enforcement Against Child Harm
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2010, Japanese women had the longest life expectancy at birth in the world, living to an average age of 85.
4 per 1,000 people, respectively, while life expectancy at birth for Abu Dhabi Emirate was 77 years for males and 78 years for females.
In 2009, life expectancy at birth for women was highest in France at 85.
Over the last 50 years, life expectancy at birth in the EU has increased by around 10 years for both women and men, to reach 82.
Overall life expectancy in the United States declined by about 1 month from 2007 to 2008, but it will take more years to determine whether that represents a trend, according to the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics, Life expectancy at birth fell from 77.
Released by the National Center for Health Statistics in October, the report found life expectancy at birth for the total U.
The commission's proposal is merely a starting point into law in 1935, 65 was established as the age to receive retirement benefits -- even though the average life expectancy at birth was about 62 at the time.