LifeLines is a free open-source genealogy software tool to assist family history research. LifeLines primary strengths are its powerful scripting language and the ability to easily import and export information in the GEDCOM format. It was the first open-source genealogy program for Unix. The Lifelines scripting language is now supported by severa...
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[literary journal] Lifelines is a literary journal published by Dartmouth Medical School. The journal is sponsored by the Trustees of Dartmouth College and features work by current and former students, current writers and artists. Precedence for inclusion in the journal is given to Medical school alum, but exceptions are sometimes made for ...
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lifelines. Structures that are important or critical for a community to function, such as roadways, pipelines, powerlines, sewers, communications, and port facilities.
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