RE: lifecycle or life-cycle or life cycle
"Life cycle" is a standard English noun. "Lifecycle" is a neologism.
"Life-cycle" is a compound adjective.
Writers are supposed to know these things, fer crissakes. If they don't
know them, they should bloody well know how to look them up.
Yes, Mike, but they have to know that they have to look them up. That's where the problem often lies.
I'm going to memorize your name and throw my head away.
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