Crossword clues for life
- The experience of living
- The actions and events that occur in living
- The course of existence of an individual
- The period from the present until death
- Recommended choice in Deut. 30:19
- No "empty dream," to H.W.L.
- The ___ of Riley
- Another magazine on which 47 Across worked
- Common sentence
- Start of a quotation
- Kind of boat or buoy
- A source of hope
- Bowl of cherries, maybe
- Magazine founded 11/23/36
- The _____ of the party
- Chaim, to Potok
- Prison term
- "That's ___," Sinatra hit
- One type of sentence
- "___ Begins at Forty"
- "Bowl of cherries"
- The other half of a 55-Across
- Riley's distinction
- Bowl of cherries, in song
- Lennon's "In My ___"
- Biography topic
- Limb's partner
- Kind of buoy or line
- A bowl of cherries?
- "In My ___," Beatles song
- "___ With Father"
- "___ is real! . . . ": Longfellow
- Longest sentence
- 16-Across's "_____ With Father"
- Never-ending sentence?
- Luce publication
- It's often toasted
- Time Inc. magazine
- Severe sentence
- It's insurable
- Long sentence
- Lengthy sentence
- Popular cereal or magazine
- "That's ___"
- Prison sentence that may be "without parole"
- Game with car tokens
- Bygone picture weekly
- Long, long sentence
- "My ___" (Clinton autobiography)
- Quaker cereal
- Subject of a search on Mars
- Magazine that published Harry Truman's memoirs
- The period between birth and the present time
- The organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones
- A motive for living
- Living things collectively
- A living person
- A characteristic state or mode of living
- Animation and energy in action or expression
- The period during which something is functional (as between birth and death)
- The condition of living or the state of being alive
- The course of human events and activities
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Life \Life\ (l[imac]f), n.; pl. Lives (l[imac]vz). [AS. l[imac]f; akin to D. lijf body, G. leib body, MHG. l[imac]p life, body, OHG. l[imac]b life, Icel. l[imac]f, life, body, Sw. lif, Dan. liv, and E. live, v. [root]119. See Live, and cf. Alive.]
The state of being which begins with generation, birth, or germination, and ends with death; also, the time during which this state continues; that state of an animal or plant in which all or any of its organs are capable of performing all or any of their functions; -- used of all animal and vegetable organisms.
Of human beings: The union of the soul and body; also, the duration of their union; sometimes, the deathless quality or existence of the soul; as, man is a creature having an immortal life.
She shows a body rather than a life.
(Philos) The potential principle, or force, by which the organs of animals and plants are started and continued in the performance of their several and co["o]perative functions; the vital force, whether regarded as physical or spiritual.
Figuratively: The potential or animating principle, also, the period of duration, of anything that is conceived of as resembling a natural organism in structure or functions; as, the life of a state, a machine, or a book; authority is the life of government.
A certain way or manner of living with respect to conditions, circumstances, character, conduct, occupation, etc.; hence, human affairs; also, lives, considered collectively, as a distinct class or type; as, low life; a good or evil life; the life of Indians, or of miners.
That which before us lies in daily life.
By experience of life abroad in the world.
Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime.
'T is from high life high characters are drawn.
Animation; spirit; vivacity; vigor; energy.
No notion of life and fire in fancy and in words.
That gives thy gestures grace and life.
That which imparts or excites spirit or vigor; that upon which enjoyment or success depends; as, he was the life of the company, or of the enterprise.
The living or actual form, person, thing, or state; as, a picture or a description from, the life.
A person; a living being, usually a human being; as, many lives were sacrificed.
The system of animal nature; animals in general, or considered collectively.
Full nature swarms with life.
An essential constituent of life, esp: the blood.
The words that I speak unto you . . . they are life.
--John vi. 63.
The warm life came issuing through the wound.
A history of the acts and events of a life; a biography; as, Johnson wrote the life of Milton.
Enjoyment in the right use of the powers; especially, a spiritual existence; happiness in the favor of God; heavenly felicity.
Something dear to one as one's existence; a darling; -- used as a term of endearment. Note: Life forms the first part of many compounds, for the most part of obvious meaning; as, life-giving, life-sustaining, etc. Life annuity, an annuity payable during one's life. Life arrow, Life rocket, Life shot, an arrow, rocket, or shot, for carrying an attached line to a vessel in distress in order to save life. Life assurance. See Life insurance, below. Life buoy. See Buoy. Life car, a water-tight boat or box, traveling on a line from a wrecked vessel to the shore. In it person are hauled through the waves and surf. Life drop, a drop of vital blood. --Byron. Life estate (Law), an estate which is held during the term of some certain person's life, but does not pass by inheritance. Life everlasting (Bot.), a plant with white or yellow persistent scales about the heads of the flowers, as Antennaria, and Gnaphalium; cudweed. Life of an execution (Law), the period when an execution is in force, or before it expires. Life guard. (Mil.) See under Guard. Life insurance, the act or system of insuring against death; a contract by which the insurer undertakes, in consideration of the payment of a premium (usually at stated periods), to pay a stipulated sum in the event of the death of the insured or of a third person in whose life the insured has an interest. Life interest, an estate or interest which lasts during one's life, or the life of another person, but does not pass by inheritance. Life land (Law), land held by lease for the term of a life or lives. Life line.
(Naut.) A line along any part of a vessel for the security of sailors.
A line attached to a life boat, or to any life saving apparatus, to be grasped by a person in the water.
Life rate, rate of premium for insuring a life.
Life rent, the rent of a life estate; rent or property to which one is entitled during one's life.
Life school, a school for artists in which they model, paint, or draw from living models.
Lifetable, a table showing the probability of life at different ages.
To lose one's life, to die.
To seek the life of, to seek to kill.
To the life, so as closely to resemble the living person or the subject; as, the portrait was drawn to the life.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English life (dative lif) "existence, lifetime, way of life, condition of being a living thing, opposite of death," from Proto-Germanic *libam (cognates: Old Norse lif "life, body," Dutch lijf "body," Old High German lib "life," German Leib "body"), properly "continuance, perseverance," from PIE *leip- "to remain, persevere, continue; stick, adhere" (see leave (v.)). Much of the modern range of meanings was present in Old English. Meaning "property which distinguishes living from non-living matter" is from 1560s. Sense of "vitality, energy" is from 1580s. Extended 1703 to "term of duration (of inanimate objects)."\n
\nLife-jacket is from 1840; life-preserver from 1630s of anything that is meant to save a life, 1803 of devices worn to prevent drowning. Life-saver is from 1883, figurative use from 1909, as a brand of hard sugar candy, from 1912, so called for shape. Life-form is from 1861. Life cycle is from 1855.
n. The state that follows birth, and precedes death; the state of being alive and live.
n. a characteristic state or mode of living; "social life"; "city life"; "real life"
the course of existence of an individual; the actions and events that occur in living; "he hoped for a new life in Australia"; "he wanted to live his own life without interference from others"
the experience of living; the course of human events and activities; "he could no longer cope with the complexities of life" [syn: living]
the period between birth and the present time; "I have known him all his life"
the period from the present until death; "he appointed himself emperor for life"
a living person; "his heroism saved a life"
living things collectively; "the oceans are teeming with life"
a motive for living; "pottery was his life"
the organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones; "there is no life on the moon"
a prison term lasting as long as the prisoner lives; "he got life for killing the guard" [syn: life sentence]
[also: lives (pl)]
Life (subtitled Live, and labelled Life:Live on the original vinyl LP editions) is a double live album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1983. This double album was recorded during their farewell tour in 1983, principally at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, UK. Phil Lynott had felt reluctantly that it was time to disband the group after the 1983 tour and to mark the occasion, former Thin Lizzy guitarists Eric Bell (1969–73), Brian Robertson (1974–78) and Gary Moore (1974, 1977 and 1978–79) joined the band on stage at the end of these gigs to do some numbers. This was called "The All-Star Jam".
The versions of "Renegade", " Hollywood" and " Killer on the Loose" featuring Snowy White had been performed two years earlier when he was still with the band. White's participation was only credited to "Renegade".
Lynott describes the slower tempo version of "Don't Believe a Word" as being the original arrangement. A version of the song with the slower arrangement appears on Moore's Back on the Streets album from 1978, with Lynott on bass guitar and lead vocals and Brian Downey on drums.
During the performance of "The Rocker", all of the guitarists (except for White) played at the same time (Moore, John Sykes, Scott Gorham, Robertson and Bell), making a total of eight members on stage performing at once (including keyboard player Darren Wharton).
Life is a breakfast cereal formerly made solely of whole grain oats, but now also containing sugar, corn flour, whole wheat flour, and rice flour. It is distributed by the Quaker Oats Company. It was introduced in 1961. The cereal's advertisements currently sport the slogan "Life is full of surprises".
Life, released in 2001, is the second album by the American Christian pop rock band ZOEgirl. " With All of My Heart", "Here and Now", " Even If", "Dismissed" and "Plain" were released as singles.
Life (stylized LIFE) is the second studio album by nu metal band Dope. It was released on November 6, 2001 on Epic Records, and has sold over 73,000 copies in the U.S. The album's sound bears a resemblance to those of Marilyn Manson and features rap-metal influences.
Life is the eighth album by Ricky Martin. It was released on October 10, 2005 in Europe, October 11, 2005 in the US and October 19, 2005 in Japan. It is his sixth album marketed in the United States and is his third album in English
Life is the second studio album of The Cardigans. It was released worldwide in 1995 and was an international success, especially in Japan, where it achieved platinum status. Outside of Sweden and Japan (where debut Emmerdale had been released in 1994), the album was released as their first album as a compilation of tracks from both Emmerdale and Life. It was released in the United States under the label Minty Fresh Records.
Life is the characteristic that distinguishes organisms from inorganic substances and dead objects.
Life may also refer to:
"Life" is the third single by the Japanese artist Yui. It was released November 9, 2005, under Sony Records. "Life" has been the 5th ending theme for the popular anime series Bleach. The music video was directed by Takahiro Miki.
Life is a characteristic distinguishing physical entities having biological processes, such as signaling and self-sustaining processes, from those that do not, either because such functions have ceased, or because they never had such functions and are classified as inanimate. Various forms of life exist such as plants, animals, fungi, protists, archaea, and bacteria. The criteria can at times be ambiguous and may or may not define viruses, viroids or potential artificial life as living. Biology is the primary science concerned with the study of life, although many other sciences are involved.
The definition of life is controversial. The current definition is that organisms maintain homeostasis, are composed of cells, undergo metabolism, can grow, adapt to their environment, respond to stimuli, and reproduce. However, many other biological definitions have been proposed, and there are also some borderline cases, such as viruses. Biophysicists have also proposed some definitions, many being based on chemical systems. There are also some living systems theories, such as the Gaia hypothesis, the idea that the Earth is alive; the former first developed by James Grier Miller. Another one is that life is the property of ecological systems, and yet another is the complex systems biology, a branch or subfield of mathematical biology. Some other systemic definitions includes the theory involving the darwinian dynamic, and the operator theory. However, throughout history, there have been many other theories and definitions about life such as materialism, the belief that everything is made out of matter and that life is merely a complex form of it; hylomorphism, the belief that all things are a combination of matter and form, and the form of a living thing is its soul; spontaneous generation, the belief that life repeatedly emerge from non-life; and vitalism, a discredited scientific hypothesis that living organisms possess a "life force" or "vital spark". Abiogenesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter, such as simple organic compounds. Life on Earth arose 3.8–4.1 billion years ago. It is widely accepted that current life on Earth descended from an RNA world, but RNA based life may not have been the first. The mechanism by which life began on Earth is unknown, although many hypotheses have been formulated, most based on the Miller–Urey experiment. In July 2016, scientists reported identifying a set of 355 genes from the Last Universal Common Ancestor (LUCA) of all organisms living on Earth.
Since appearing, life on Earth has changed its environment on a geologic time scale. To survive in most ecosystems, life can adapt and thrive in a wide range of conditions. Some organisms, called extremophiles, can thrive in physically or geochemically extreme conditions that are detrimental to most other life on Earth. Properties common to all organisms are the need for certain core chemical elements needed for biochemical functioning. Aristotle was the first person to classify organisms. Later, Carl Linnaeus introduced his system of binomial nomenclature for the classification of species. Fungi was later classified as its own kingdom. Eventually new groups of life were revealed, such as cells and microorganisms, and even non-cellular reproducing agents, such as viruses and viroids. Cells are the smallest units of life, often called the "building blocks of life". There are two kind of cells, prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Cells consist of cytoplasm enclosed within a membrane, which contains many biomolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids. Cells reproduce through a process of cell division in which the parent cell divides into two or more daughter cells.
Though only known on Earth (as of 2016), many believe in the existence of extraterrestrial life. Artificial life is a computer simulation of any aspect of life, which is used to examine systems related to life. Death is the permanent termination of all biological functions which sustain an organism, and as such, is the end of its life. Extinction is the process by which a group of taxa, normally a species, dies out. Fossils are the preserved remains or traces of organisms.
Life is the fifth studio album by British band Simply Red, released in 1995. The lead single "Fairground" became their first number 1 hit in the UK. Due to this success, the album also made #1 on the UK album chart. It also included "We're in This Together", the official theme song for Euro '96. This was also the last album to feature band member Fritz McIntyre.
"Life" is a pop rock song written by Ana Johnsson, Jörgen Elofsson, Mathias Venge, and Pontus Wennerberg and recorded by the pop rock singer Ana Johnsson (as Ana). It was released as the second single the Swedish released from her (officially) first studio album Cuz I Can, which was only released in Sweden.
Life is the sixth solo album by Houston rapper Z-Ro. The track "Lost Another Soldier" is dedicated to late fellow rapper Big Mello. On June 15, 2010, the album was reissued in a collector's edition 3 disc box set, including the regular, and chopped and screwed versions of the album, and bonus DVD about the making of the album, and the story behind KMJ Records.
Life magazine, stylized LIFE, is an American magazine that ran weekly from 1883 to 1972, published initially as a humor and general interest magazine. Time founder Henry Luce bought the magazine in 1936, solely so that he could acquire the rights to its name, and shifted it to a role as a weekly news magazine with a strong emphasis on photojournalism. Life was published weekly until 1972, as an intermittent "special" until 1978, and as a monthly from 1978 to 2002.
After the monthly Life folded, Time Inc. continued to use the Life brand for special and commemorative issues. Life returned to regularly scheduled issues when it became a weekly newspaper supplement from 2004 to 2007. The website life.com, originally one of the channels on Time Inc.'s Pathfinder service, was for a time in the late 2000s managed as a joint venture with Getty Images under the name See Your World, LLC,. On January 30, 2012 the LIFE.com URL became a photo channel on Time.com.
When Life was founded in 1883, it was developed as similar to the British magazine, Punch. It was published for 53 years as a general-interest light entertainment magazine, heavy on illustrations, jokes and social commentary. It featured some of the greatest writers, editors, illustrators and cartoonists of its era, including Charles Dana Gibson, Norman Rockwell and Jacob Hartman Jr. Gibson became the editor and owner of the magazine after John Ames Mitchell died in 1918. During its later years, the magazine offered brief capsule reviews (similar to those in The New Yorker) of plays and movies currently running in New York City, but with the innovative touch of a colored typographic bullet resembling a traffic light, appended to each review: green for a positive review, red for a negative one, and amber for mixed notices.
The Luce Life was the first all-photographic American news magazine, and it dominated the market for more than 40 years. The magazine sold more than 13.5 million copies a week at one point; it was so popular that President Harry S. Truman, Sir Winston Churchill, and General Douglas MacArthur all had their memoirs serialized in its pages. Luce purchased the rights to the name from the publishers of the first Life but sold its subscription list and features to another magazine; there was no editorial continuity between the two publications.
Perhaps one of the best-known pictures printed in the magazine was Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photograph of a nurse in a sailor’s arms, snapped on August 14, 1945, as they celebrated Victory over Japan Day in New York City. The magazine's role in the history of photojournalism is considered its most important contribution to publishing. Life was wildly successful for two generations before its prestige was diminished by economics and changing tastes.
Life is a 1999 American comedy-drama film written by Robert Ramsey & Matthew Stone and directed by Ted Demme. The film stars Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence. It is the second film that Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence have worked on, the first being Boomerang. The supporting cast includes Obba Babatundé, Bernie Mac, Anthony Anderson, Miguel A. Núñez Jr., Bokeem Woodbine, Guy Torry and Barry Shabaka Henley. The film's format is a story being told by an elderly inmate about two of his friends, who are both wrongly convicted of murder and given a life sentence in prison. The film was the last R-rated role to date for Eddie Murphy, who has stuck mainly to family-friendly films since.
LIFE is a UK-based pro-life educational and caring charity. It was founded in 1970 by Professor Jack Scarisbrick and his wife Nuala in response to the Abortion Act 1967, which greatly extended access to legal abortion in the United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland).
LIFE National Headquarters is situated in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. The organisation holds a National Conference approximately every eighteen months, and publishes a quarterly magazine, Life Update. LIFE has in the region of 12,000 members in the UK. Its patrons include well-known pro-life parliamentarians, such as David Alton, Baron Alton of Liverpool.
Life is the eighth album released by KRS-One, and the eighth after abandoning the Boogie Down Productions name. The album is a collaboration with Tunnel Rats affiliates The Resistance, a little known production team, and Footsoldiers.
Life is the debut studio album by American rapper Yo Gotti. It was released on May 13, 2003, by TVT Records.
"Life" is Mika Nakashima's 23rd single, released on August 22, 2007. Within the first press it included a picture label. The song "Life" is best described as an adult contemporary pop/rock song, and was used as the theme song for the drama of the same name (which is itself based on a manga with that name), starring Kii Kitano (sometimes credited as Kie Kitano) and Saki Fukuda; the B-side "It's Too Late" was used for Kanebo Kate CM, which starred Nakashima herself.
"Life", which peaked at #3 on the Oricon Singles Chart once it was released, provided Nakashima with her highest single sales since Hitoiro from the NANA franchise.
"Life" (known as "Life (Everybody Needs Somebody to Love)" in the US) is a song recorded by the Trinidadian-German Eurodance artist Haddaway. It was released in November 1993 as the second single from his debut album The Album. Another CD maxi were produced at the end of that year containing new remixes (one of them was made by Bass Bumpers).
The song was a hit in several countries, particularly in Sweden and Spain where it reached number 1. By March 1994, "Life" had sold 1.5 million copies worldwide.
Life is the sixteenth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, his fifth with Crazy Horse, and Young's last release on the Geffen label. The album was released on July 6, 1987.
The first three tracks all handle the topic of world politics, and ponder the role of the United States in the world. "Long Walk Home," for example, empathizes with troops under deployment overseas. Though in response to the foreign policy issues of the time ( Beirut, Qaddafi), Young found new meaning in these songs in the context of the war on terror and the occupation of Iraq. During his "Freedom of Speech" tour in support of Living with War, Young posted videos of these three songs on his website. The "Mideast Vacation" and "Long Walk Home" videos were later released on the DVD included with the album Living with War: In the Beginning. The performances are from his 1986 tour with Crazy Horse and are labeled as being "From Neil Young Archives Volume 3," a perennially unreleased box set in a series of such collections eventually promised to chronicle Young's entire career.
Most of the album was recorded live in concert at the Universal Amphitheatre in Universal City, CA on November 18 and 19, 1986. "Mideast Vacation", "Around The World" and "When Your Lonely Heart Breaks" were recorded on the 18th, "Inca Queen", "Too Lonely" and "Prisoners Of Rock 'N' Roll" were recorded on the 19th. "Long Walk Home" is a mix of recordings from both these dates.
The song "We Never Danced" had made its first appearance on the soundtrack to the 1987 film Made in Heaven, in a version by Martha Davis of the Motels.
"Life" was the Macedonia's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English (the first time the Macedonian entry had not featured at least some of the country's native language) by Toše Proeski. A full Macedonian language version was recorded as "Angel si ti" and in the Macedonian national finals, all Proeski's songs were performed in Macedonian.
Lyrically, the song is elliptical in meaning. Proeski sings about the need to make the most of life ("Life is a book and you gotta read it/Life is a story and you gotta tell it") and appears to be mourning the end of a relationship ("Roaming through my old emotions/I find new feelings of misery").
The song is well known for its unusual performance, which began with Proeski ostensibly alone on stage. As the opening bars of music were played, however, the arms of his backing dancers gradually engulfed him, eventually pulling him in various directions. This is to symbolise a confusion and turmoil. The arms have the same pattern sleeve as Proeski's jacket so that they look his own and symbolising that this suffering is possibly of his own mental doing.
As Macedonia had not competed in the 2003 Contest, the song was first performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed fifteenth (following Cyprus' Lisa Andreas with " Stronger Every Minute" and preceding Slovenia's Platin with " Stay Forever"). At the close of voting, it had received 71 points, placing 10th in the 22-strong field and just qualifying Macedonia for the final. In the final, it was performed fifteenth (following Russia's Yulia Savicheva with " Believe Me" and preceding Greece's Sakis Rouvas with " Shake It"). At the close of voting, it had received 47 points, placing 14th in a field of 24 and thus returning Macedonia to the semi-final at their next Contest appearance.
It was succeeded as Macedonian representative at the 2005 Contest by Martin Vučić with " Make My Day".
Life is the debut studio album by the British indie rock band Inspiral Carpets. It was released on 23 April 1990 on Cow Records, through Mute Records, during the period dubbed Madchester by the British media. The group released three singles from this album: "Move", " This Is How It Feels" and "She Comes In The Fall", with the latter two in different versions from those found on the album.
It was reissued in 2013 with the PlaneCrash and TrainSurfing EPs and an unreleased John Peel session as bonus tracks, plus the 21790 live video on a bonus DVD. The 2013 reissue is based on the original UK CD release.
A slightly modified version of Life was released in North America. It dropped the track "Besides Me" and added "Commercial Rain" (a re-recorded version of a B-side to the " Joe" single) and three tracks from their then-forthcoming Island Head EP.
"Life" is a popular song recorded by the British pop and soul singer Des'ree. It was the third single from her third album, Supernatural, and was released on 2 June 1998. This song remains Des'ree's biggest hit, peaking at number one in Austria, Italy and the Netherlands.
Life MC was part of the trio, Phi Life Cypher ( Si Phili, Life MC & DJ Nappa), a Luton-based British Hip Hop group. He has also released five solo albums to date as well as various mixtapes with DJ Nappa. He is renowned for his freestyling capabilities, much of this can be watched on the internet site YouTube, alongside several music videos filmed in and around Luton. He announced on 24 January 2015 on Twitter that he would no longer be touring or recording music.
"Life" is a 1971 song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Shirl Milete. Elvis recorded it June 6, 1970. The single release had a seven-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at #53. It reached #8 on the Easy Listening chart and #34 on the Country Chart. It was the A-side to Only Believe. It was originally released on Elvis' " Love Letters from Elvis" album.
- redirect Life (Neil Young & Crazy Horse album)
Life, released in 2005, is the second full-length album by British DJ and electronic dance music composer Andy Hunter°. It may actually be considered an EP as it features only six songs, but each song's duration of +6 minutes makes up for a total playing time of 43:45.
The album's content is modeled on Hunter's own, sophisticated interpretation of the EDM patterns already established in his debut album, Exodus, while including elements similar to Nine Inch Nails. These include long tracks, strongly pounding rhythms, pulsating synths, samples of power guitar chords broken down into computer-sequenced tracks, processed vocals and, most importantly, Christian-themed lyrics, as Hunter° is known as a Christian DJ. Three of the songs use biblical quotations as lyrics ("Come on", from the Lord's Prayer, in the Gospel of Matthew, 6: 9-13; "Wonderful", from the Book of Jeremiah, 1: 5; "To Life, To Love", from the Song of Solomon, 5: 1), the other three feature original lyrics. In the CD's booklet, "you" in the non-biblical material is always written without a capital Y, but, as Hunter° has stated on his official website 1, the "you" in the lyrics refers to God; the songs are always intended as invocations and praises to God.
Life was released on the Christian label Sparrow Records, and it is distributed by EMI.
The track "Come On" was featured in the 2005 video game Burnout Revenge.
Life was the 4th studio album by hard rock band Talisman released on 23 August 1995 on Polydor Records.
This album was written in Jeff Scott Soto's house over a couple weeks time in March 1995. This time they opted for convenience, recording everything separately, drums in Park studios, bass in Marcel Jacob’s pad, guitars in a small room just outside Stockholm.
The tapes were then sent to Jeff in Los Angeles where he would do vocal overdubs. The first time the band was all together in the same room was during mixing. Although there are some great tracks on the album, maybe it should have been done differently.
The mixing was done by Mats Lindfors. Marcel was unhappy with the result. The Japanese label were hurried, having planned their release date, and opted for the original mix. The European version is therefore a remix.
When the album was released in the summer of 1995, it didn’t do as well as the predecessors. The labels involved had problems with distribution, people were getting fired, the Japanese label went bankrupt.
Life was an American crime drama television program created by Rand Ravich that aired for two seasons on NBC. It was produced by Universal Media Studios under the supervision of executive producers Rand Ravich, Far Shariat, David Semel, and Daniel Sackheim. Semel also directed the pilot.
The series stars Damian Lewis as Charlie Crews, a detective released from prison after serving twelve years for a crime he did not commit. Life premiered on September 26, 2007 on NBC and aired on Wednesday nights at 10 ET. On May 4, 2009, NBC announced its cancellation, a month after the final episode had been aired. The series was later made available for streaming through Hulu and Netflix.
Life is a British nature documentary series created and produced by the BBC in association with The Open University, it was first broadcast as part of the BBC's Darwin Season on BBC One and BBC HD from October to December 2009. The series takes a global view of the specialised strategies and extreme behaviour that living things have developed in order to survive; what Charles Darwin termed "the struggle for existence". Four years in the making, the series was shot entirely in high definition.
Life premiered on 12 October 2009 in the United Kingdom consisting of ten 50-minute episodes. The opening programme gives a general introduction to the series, a second look at plants, and the remainder are dedicated to some of the major animal groups. They aim to show common features that have contributed to the success of each group, and to document intimate and dramatic moments in the lives of selected species chosen for their charisma or their extraordinary behaviour. A ten-minute making-of feature Life on Location aired at the end of each episode, taking the total running time to 60 minutes.
Life is produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and The Open University it is distributed under licence by the BBC in over 50 other countries, including by the Discovery Channel in the United States and Skai TV in Greece. The original script was written and narrated by David Attenborough.
"Life" is a song by Canadian rock group Our Lady Peace. It was the second single released from their fourth studio album, Spiritual Machines and the most successful from that album. The song was nominated for "Best Single" at the 2002 Juno Awards, losing to Nickelback's " How You Remind Me".
Li(f)e is the fourth solo studio album by American hip hop artist Sage Francis released in May 2010. It is his first release with ANTI- records. He has released music videos for "The Best of Times" and "Love the Lie".
Life is Cueshe's fourth and current album released on September 1, 2010 by Sony BMG Philippines.
Life is the fourth full studio album by Angela Aki released on September 8, 2010.
is a shōjo manga series created by Keiko Suenobu, a manga creator well known for her work on Vitamin and Happy Tomorrow. Life was serialized in Bessatsu Friend, a publication of Kodansha, and deals with many controversial topics such as self-mutilation, bullying, rape, suicide, and manipulation. In 2006, it won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo. Suenobu created a sequel to the manga, titled Life 2: Giver Taker, which started serialization in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon on June 25, 2016.
The English language version of the manga, published by Tokyopop, was originally rated OT (Older Teen; 16+), but starting with the release of Volume 6 and carrying back over to future reprintings of the previous five, the rating was changed to M (Mature; 18+) for extremely explicit content in that volume. As of June 2008, nine volumes have been released in the United States; Volume 10 was scheduled for a September 2008 release, but on August 31, 2009, Kodansha (original Japanese publisher of the series) announced that they would drop their manga licensing contract with Tokyopop, leaving Life and other well-known series such as Rave Master unfinished, whether permanently or until picked up by other manga publishing companies ( Dark Horse Manga and Del Rey Manga have already picked up certain titles). Kodansha also did not offer an explanation for their decision. The future of the English version of the manga is unknown, as Tokyopop itself shut down in May 2011 after they were faced with bankruptcy.
The live-action drama of the same name is produced by Fuji TV. A single-volume drama novelization was also created. Like the manga, it was published by Bessatsu Friend and written by Keiko Suenobu; unlike the manga, however, it saw a limited run and is now out of print.
Life is the soundtrack to the 1999 film, Life. It was released on March 16, 1999 through Rock Land/ Interscope Records and was almost entirely produced by R&B singer R. Kelly, with Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis producing four tracks on the album. The soundtrack was a huge success, making it to No. 10 on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It spawned the hit single " Fortunate" by Maxwell, which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The soundtrack was certified platinum on June 18, 1999, while "Fortunate" was certified gold on June 2 that same year. " What Would You Do?", by City High, would go on to chart in 2001. A version of the classic Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes song " Wake Up Everybody" plays during the film's opening credits.
In video gaming, a life is a play-turn that a player-character has, defined as the period between start and end of play. Generally, if the player loses all their health points, they lose a life. Losing all lives usually grants the player-character " game over", forcing them to restart.
The number of lives a player is granted varies per game type. A finite number of lives became a common feature in arcade games during the 1980s and machanics such as checkpoints and power-ups made the managing of lives a more strategic experience for players over time. Lives give novice players more chances to learn the mechanics of a video game, while allowing more advanced players to take more risks.
Life (is So Strange) is an album by War, released on RCA Victor Records in 1983. It marked the end of a continuous string of albums by the group from 1970, and they would not record another album until a decade later. The band's lineup is not stated on the cover, but composer credits suggest they had been reduced from eight members (on the previous album) to five.
The pop art cover references concerns about nuclear war in Los Angeles, the group's home. The Hollywood Sign appears in the upper right corner, and mushroom clouds are reflected in the woman's sunglasses. The back cover depicts office towers (identifiable as New York City buildings) being toppled by a nuclear explosion. Producer Jerry Goldstein also produced the album Nuclear Blues by Blood, Sweat and Tears a few years earlier, which had a cover depicting a post-nuclear urban street scene.
One single from the album was issued: "Life (is So Strange)" backed with "W.W. III".
"Life" is a song by American R&B duo K-Ci & JoJo. It was the first single off their second studio album It's Real. It is also featured on the soundtrack for the 1999 movie Life. The lyrics were written by R&B singer R. Kelly.
The lyrics can be interpreted in many different ways, but it mainly tells a narrative about being imprisoned for life.
"Life" is a song recorded by the Swedish musician known under the pseudonym of E-Type featuring Na Na. It was released in October 2001 as the second single from his third album Euro IV Ever and was a hit in several countries, particularly in Sweden and Norway where it reached the top 5.
Life is a 1996 Australian film about life in a section of a prison reserved for those infected with HIV.
Life is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Adelqui Migliar and starring Migliar, Marie Ault and Marcel Vibert. It was based on the 1895 play Juan José by Joaquín Dicenta. The film was made by Whitehall Films. While the company's new studio was constructed at Elstree, the film was shot on location in Spain.
Life is a memoir by the Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, written with the assistance of journalist James Fox. Published in October 2010, in hardback, audio and e-book formats, the book chronicles Richards' love of music, charting influences from his mother and maternal grandfather, through his discovery of blues music, the founding of the Rolling Stones, his often turbulent relationship with Mick Jagger, his involvement with drugs, and his relationships with women including Anita Pallenberg and his wife Patti Hansen. Richards also released Vintage Vinos, a compilation of his work with the X-Pensive Winos, at the same time.
It has been reported that publisher Little, Brown and Company paid an advance of $7.3 million, after seeing a ten-page extract. Co-writer James Fox interviewed Richards and his associates over a period of five years to produce the book. Life was generally well received by critics and topped The New York Times non-fiction list in the first week of release. Some controversy arose over comments Richards made about Mick Jagger, including references to his genitalia.
"Life (Me no Mae no Mukō e)" is a single release by the Japanese boyband Kanjani8. The song was written and composed by Kanamaru Yoshifumi and arranged by Onishi Shogo. It is accompanied with the B-side, " Aoshashin ", written, composed, and arranged by Hayama Hiroaki. This is their second release for the year 2010 and their 15th single overall. The single was released by Imperial Records as the third single release for their fourth album, 8 Uppers. The single served as the conclusion to the 8 Uppers story introduction, the movie that also came with the album's release. It was also used as the theme song for the Tokyo Broadcast Systems drama, GM: General Medicine ~Odore Doctor~.
"Life" is a powerful pop-rock song which carried by a string section. The song utilizes all sorts of instruments such as rhythm percussion, a keyboard, drums, guitars, and an electric bass. Teichiku Records describes the song to be a, "Rock number all about not stopping, going forward, and sprinting forward with that outlook on the world ". The are lyrics encouraging, with a message about going forward without stopping and obtaining your dreams.
The single was a commercial success upon release, topping the Oricon charts. The music video consisted of the band playing in an abandoned, damp, hangar. The song was performed on several television programs as at their Kanjani Eight Live Tour 2010-2011 8 Uppers concert tour.
"'Life (Diamonds in the Dark)" is a song by Swedish DJ and producer John Dahlbäck featuring Swedish recording artist Agnes. Dahlbäck originally released the instrumental version of the song called "Life" in February 2012, but later got Swedish singer Agnes to sing the vocals on the re-release. In an interview with American magazine " Billboard" Dahlbäck commented on the co-operation with Agnes; "“She’s one of the biggest pop stars in Sweden, so for me it was a big honor to have her on the track. This may not be what she’d do normally, but she’s very happy with the result.”
The song is released together with three remixes that will accompany the February 25 release. Dahlback selected remixes from Australian upstarts Feenixpawl, fellow Swedish DJs Lunde Bros., and Canadian electro-house artist Lazy Rich.
Life is the third Korean extended play (EP) of South Korean singer Heo Young-saeng. It was released on March 14, 2013 under B2M Entertainment and distributed by CJ E&M.
The album contains four songs and an instrumental version of the lead song "The Art of Seduction" (aka "How To Get Girls").
Life was a 1999 ani-jam short created by Mo Willems. It was released on November 12, 1999.
Life is a 1984 Chinese drama film directed by Wu Tianming. The film was selected as the Chinese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
"Life" is a song written and produced by Ricky Nelson and performed by Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band. The song reached #15 on the adult contemporary chart and #109 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1971.
The song is featured on his 1972 album, Rudy the Fifth.
Life is a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by MDPI that was established in 2011. The editors-in-chief are Helga Stan-Lotter, William Bains, Niles Lehman, Andrew Pohorille, and Pabulo H. Rampelotto.
Since 2014, the journal offers open peer review (optional, at the authors' discretion).
The journal covers all fundamental themes in life sciences, especially those concerned with the origins of life and evolution of biosystems. It publishes reviews, research articles, communications and technical notes.
LIFE are a US alternative rock/pop band from Hermosa Beach, California, made up of the founding members of Tomorrows Bad Seeds, Moises Juarez, Sean Chapman and Matthew "Mets" McEwan. Moi, Sean and Mets were friends from school and grew up together in Hermosa Beach.
Life is a 2007 Canadian experimental film directed by Mark Penney.
Life is a film that shows the mundane and everyday life of people in multicultural Canada and around the world focusing on the similarities, it is guided by an enternal Narrator who tells a story which is repeated
Life was released at film festivals and has screened in Toronto and New York
Life is the twelfth studio album by Australian singer Marcia Hines, released in Australia on 17 November 2007 (see 2007 in music). It peaked at #21 in Australia.
The album is Hines' interpretation of songs originally recorded by artists such as John Lennon, R.E.M and Toni Braxton.
Life is a 2015 biographical drama film directed by Anton Corbijn and written by Luke Davies. It is based on the friendship of Life photographer Dennis Stock and Hollywood actor James Dean, starring Robert Pattinson as Stock and Dane DeHaan as Dean.
The film is an American, British, German, Canadian and Australian co-production, produced by Iain Canning and Emile Sherman from See-Saw Films and Christina Piovesan from First Generation Films with co-financed by Barry Films Production.
Production took place from February to April 2014 in Toronto and Los Angeles. The film had its premiere at 65th Berlin International Film Festival, at Berlinale Special Gala at the Zoo Palast on February 9, 2015. In United States, it was released through a simultaneous limited theatrical release and video on demand on December 4, 2015 by Cinedigm.
Life is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Travers Vale and written by William A. Brady based upon the play Life by Thompson Buchanan. The film stars Nita Naldi, Hubert Druce, Jack Mower, J.H. Gilmour, Arline Pretty, and Leeward Meeker. The film was released on November 13, 1920, by Paramount Pictures.
Lee Seung-Hyun is a professional StarCraft II player from South Korea who plays Zerg under the alias Life. He is currently on the Korean team Afreeca Freecs, which he joined in January 2016. He has also played for StarTale and KT Rolster.
On April 21, 2016 South Korean prosecutors announced that they were charging Life, along with Bbyong, with matchfixing.
Life is the debut studio album by English drum and bass duo Sigma. It was released on 4 December 2015 through 3 Beat Records.
Life is an upcoming American science fiction thriller film directed by Daniel Espinosa and written by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese. The film stars Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Hiroyuki Sanada. It is scheduled to be released on May 24, 2017 by Columbia Pictures.
Life is the debut studio album of the rock band Divinity Angels of Rock. It was released in 1999, under the record label The Orchard.
Usage examples of "life".
That quest was abetted by a sympathetic schoolteacher, Rebecca, who saw in the lad a glimmering hope that occasionally there might be resurrection from a bitter life sentence in the emotionally barren and aesthetically vitiated Kentucky hamlet, and who ultimately seduced him.
So that meseems thou mayest abide here in a life far better than wandering amongst uncouth folk, perilous and cruel.
The results are abnormally developed brains, delicate forms, sensitive nerves and shortened lives.
Despite a conservative training--or because of it, for humdrum lives breed wistful longings of the unknown--he swore a great oath to scale that avoided northern cliff and visit the abnormally antique gray cottage in the sky.
Even so dressed, James Ludlow managed to look slightly out of place, very like a man who was too refined for life aboard a ship.
Pender then went on to describe life aboard the ship for all of the hands, pleading with the admiral to intercede and put an end to this tyranny.
As to them of the Dry Tree, though some few of them abode in the kingdom, and became great there, the more part of them went back to the wildwood and lived the old life of the Wood, as we had found them living it aforetime.
To her all the wreckage of the slums, all the woe lying beneath gilded life, all the abominations, all the tortures that remain unknown, were carried.
A period of wandering as a nomad, often as undertaken by Aborigines who feel the need to leave the place where they are in contact with white society, and return for spiritul replenishment to their traditional way of life.
But no human being loved the aborigines more, nor stood ready to lay down her life for them if it were necessary.
The central issue was whether Roe had a right to abort her baby although her life was not at risk.
I do not dispense abortifacients except in extreme cases when the life of mother and child both are at risk.
She lived such an athletic life that she often had abrasions and cuts where a surfboard had clipped her.
Out of the rubble of this body, I created Abraxas anew, Abraxas the perfect god, the giver of life, the force of good and evil, because it was my destiny to do so.
But against the defects of this quality he was guarded by the openness of mind which results from the effort to improve and to keep abreast of the times in which one lives.