When CodeExtractor finds liftime markers referencing inputs to the
extraction region, it lifts these markers out of the region and inserts
them around the call to the extracted function (see r350420, PR39671).
However, it should *only* lift lifetime markers that are actually
present in the extraction region. I.e., if a start marker is present in
the extraction region but a corresponding end marker isn't (or vice
versa), only the start marker (or end marker, resp.) should be lifted.
This fixes a miscompile in which a lifetime start marker was lifted
inappropriately, causing an argument to the extracted function to
optimized out as undef.