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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
live
I.verb
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a blood/brain/liver etc disorder
▪ She suffers from a rare brain disorder.
a donor heart/liver/kidney etc
▪ The technique keeps the donor heart beating while it is transported.
a heart/liver/kidney etc donor
▪ There is a shortage of kidney donors.
a live appearance
▪ Troy's first live appearance was at last year's Montreux Jazz Festival.
a live band (=playing live music, not recorded music)
▪ There's a live band at the club on Saturday nights.
a live broadcast (=shown or heard as it is happening)
▪ a live television broadcast from Beijing
a live commentary (=given at the time the event is happening)
▪ He got into trouble for a remark he made during a live commentary of a football match.
a live concert (=that you watch as the performers play, rather than as a recording)
▪ a live concert in front of 500 fans
a live match (=shown on TV as it happens)
▪ There is a live match on TV every Wednesday evening.
a live performance (=one performed for people who are watching)
▪ This is the band’s first live performance since last year.
a living creature
▪ The early Greeks believed that plants were living creatures that felt pain and pleasure.
a living/dead cell
▪ Every living cell has a nucleus.
a living/surviving relative
▪ As far as she knew, she had no living relatives.
a living/waking nightmare (=something extremely bad that happens in your life)
▪ Being told I had cancer was a waking nightmare.
a species lives somewhere (=used about animals)
▪ Many rainforest species cannot live anywhere else.
affect...lives
▪ decisions which affect our lives
be living in the past (=think only about the past)
▪ You’ve got to stop living in the past.
be/live in fear of sth (=be always afraid of something)
▪ They were constantly in fear of an enemy attack.
be/live on social security (=be receiving money from the government)
brain/liver/nerve etc damage
▪ If you drink a lot of alcohol it can cause liver damage.
broadcast live
▪ The interview was broadcast live across Europe.
come up to/live up to sb's expectations (=be as good as someone hoped or expected)
▪ The match was boring, and didn't live up to our expectations at all.
cost of living
▪ Average wages have increased in line with the cost of living.
earn a living (also earn your living) (= earn the money you need to live)
▪ She started to earn a living by selling her jewellery on a market stall.
earn an honest living
▪ I’m just trying to earn an honest living.
get to/reach/live to a particular age
▪ One in three children die before they reach the age of 5.
▪ The number of people living to to the age of 80 has doubled in the last fifty years.
gracious living
▪ a magazine about gracious living
heart/liver/kidney disease
▪ He is being treated for kidney disease.
high/low standard of living
▪ a nation with a high standard of living
lead/live a double life
▪ Marje had no idea that her husband was leading a double life with another woman.
lead/live a solitary/frugal etc existence
▪ The women lead a miserable existence.
live a healthy/simple etc lifestyle
▪ I had enough money to live a lavish lifestyle.
live at home (=live with your parents)
▪ More people in their twenties are still living at home because housing is so expensive.
live comfortably
▪ She earns enough money to live comfortably.
live coverage (=broadcast at the same time as something is happening)
▪ There will be live coverage of the concert.
live entertainment (=performed while people watch, not recorded and watched later)
▪ There are three bars, all with live entertainment.
live in a flat
▪ Terry lived in a flat on the second floor.
live in a house
▪ They live in a really big house in Hampstead.
live in an apartment
▪ He lived in a small apartment on the third floor.
live in exile
▪ The Guatemalan writer has lived in exile in Mexico for over 40 years.
live in harmony
▪ The two friends continued to live in harmony.
live in luxury
▪ While some people live in luxury, most are struggling to find enough money to live on.
live in peace (with sb)
▪ I hope we can learn to live in peace.
live in poverty
▪ Half the world is living in poverty.
live in terror
▪ Everyone lived in terror of the religious police.
live music (=played by musicians on stage)
▪ Most of the bars have live music.
live on a farm
▪ She lives on a farm in Wiltshire.
live on...wits
▪ Alone and penniless, I was forced to live on my wits.
live television
▪ The accident was shown on live television.
live to a ripe old age
▪ Eat less and exercise more if you want to live to a ripe old age.
live to regret sth (=regret it in the future)
▪ If you don’t go, you may live to regret it.
live to see the day
▪ I never thought I’d live to see the day when women became priests.
live together
▪ A lot of people live together before getting married.
live transmission
▪ a live transmission of the tennis championship
live up to its reputation (=be as good as people say it is)
▪ New York certainly lived up to its reputation as an exciting city.
live up to your image (=be like the image you have presented of yourself)
▪ He has certainly lived up to his wild rock-star image.
live wire
live (=broadcast on TV or radio as it is happening)
▪ Tonight’s show is live from Wembley Stadium.
lived abroad
▪ I’ve never lived abroad before.
lived happily ever after (=used at the end of children’s stories to say that someone was happy for the rest of their life)
▪ So she married the prince, and they lived happily ever after .
lived in...fantasy world
▪ He lived in a fantasy world of his own, even as a small boy.
live/exist on a diet of sth
▪ The people lived mainly on a diet of fish.
liver sausage
lives alone
▪ She lives alone.
lives in dread of (=is continuously very afraid of)
▪ She lives in dread of the disease returning.
living bandage
living conditions
▪ Living conditions in the camp were dreadful.
living expenses (=money that you spend on rent, food, and things such as electricity, gas etc)
▪ She receives £80 a week, from which she must pay for all her living expenses.
living fossil
living hell
▪ These past few days have been a living hell.
living in digs
▪ He’s 42 and still living in digs.
living in the lap of luxury
▪ She wasn’t used to living in the lap of luxury.
living life to the full
▪ Ed believes in living life to the full.
living on the breadline
▪ a family living on the breadline
living organisms
▪ All living organisms have to adapt to changes in environmental conditions.
living proof (=someone whose existence or experience proves something)
▪ She is living proof that stress need not necessarily be ageing.
living quarters
▪ The top floor provided living quarters for the kitchen staff.
living room
living standard
▪ Living standards have improved over the last century.
living standards (also standard of living) (= the level of comfort and the amount of money people have)
▪ Living standards at all income levels improved over that period.
living wage
▪ jobs that don’t even pay a living wage
living will
make a living (=earn the money she needs to live)
▪ She hopes to make a living from writing children’s books.
meet/live up to your ideals (=be as good as you think something should be)
▪ The regime is not living up to its supposed democratic ideals.
not a (living) soul (=no one)
▪ I promise I won’t tell a soul.
nowhere to go/live/sit etc
▪ I have no job and nowhere to live.
real live
▪ She had never seen a real live elephant before.
rebuild...lives (=live normally again after something bad has happened)
▪ We try to help them rebuild their lives .
scare the life/living daylights/hell etc out of sb (=scare someone very much)
▪ The alarm scared the hell out of me.
standard of living
▪ a nation with a high standard of living
televised live
▪ The game was televised live on ABC.
the cost of living (=the amount you need to pay for food, clothes etc)
▪ People are complaining about the rising cost of living.
the living area (=the main room in a house, where people relax)
▪ The main living area was on the second floor.
transmitted live
▪ The US Open will be transmitted live via satellite.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADVERB
for ever
▪ As long as he could avoid this seasonal parasite, he would live forever.
▪ In an arena where most bands are denied even their 15 minutes of fame, Whyte wants to live forever.
▪ If anyone eats of this bread, they will live forever.
happily
▪ Yet traditionally football and business have not lived happily together.
▪ Later they had a son named Bastianelo, and the family lived happily ever after.
▪ We might even be able to buy back Mulberry Cottage and start all over again, living happily ever after.
▪ I would stay at home to raise them and live happily ever after.
▪ Gillian and Oliver must live happily ever after.
▪ With no one left to sabotage them, Snow White and the prince lived happily ever after.
▪ Undoubted crustaceans are found in rocks as old as Cambrian, at which time free-swimming species were living happily alongside the trilobites.
▪ She lives happily ever after, but guess what?
here
▪ Isn't he living here with me?
▪ After 1913, when Kendall and Flora gave up living here, nobody else lived here either.
▪ He wasn't born in Medmelton, but has lived here for more than twenty years.
▪ But my children may not be able to live here.
▪ I didn't know she lived here!
▪ Clark County has some 147, 500 residents, of whom about 70, 500 live here in Springfield.
▪ When I marry I can't live here.
long
▪ Beddington had lived long enough to know that very few people were quite what the public considered them.
▪ Still, it amounted to a massive subsidy to Wall Street from Congress. Long live motherhood and home ownership!
Long live the students! Long live the people!
▪ Dunleavy is dead! Long live Dunne!
▪ Maclean, perhaps fortunately, did not live long enough to witness the collapse of the system he had built up.
▪ My Dad lived long enough to see me finish my training and qualify as a pilot.
▪ Female speaker I don't think I'd live long enough to see it mature.
now
▪ This was where she lived now.
▪ He now lived, it seemed, in a small village on the Yorkshire/Lincolnshire border.
▪ Q.. Will the monarchy survive the bunch now living in Buckingham Palace?
▪ The film and the television scripts were all sent for approval to Laurent de Brunhoff, who now lives in Connecticut.
Now lives in a mansion down South.
▪ The couple now live in Manhattan, as do Ethan and his wife.
still
▪ I still live in the same place, but I try to vary my route, to fight laziness.
▪ Fabulously ancient, they live on in each of us; and they will still live on after we have passed away.
▪ Within twenty years there was a thriving industry in photographic prints, which included impressive landscapes, views and still lives.
▪ She still lived with Michael, still slept with him every night.
▪ Currently, all three remaining members of My Captains still live in Oxford.
▪ But they are still living organisms.
▪ We've broken up, I've been heartbroken through bizarre circumstances ... but I still live with that person.
▪ People walked and talked leisurely as if they were still living in a Confucian village.
there
▪ That was not the case when Denis Nilsen lived there.
▪ McLaren has lived there for 15 years.
▪ Such odd people upstairs and one has no control over who lives there.
▪ Generals and high-ranking officers live there.
▪ Those who choose to live there keep it undefiled.
▪ Howard and his sister lived there five years, enjoying the home, and have rented it for the past decade.
▪ Snobbish Rufus had not thought it possible for some one like that to live there, but why not, after all?
▪ My father and brother both lived there, and I looked at some land in both Vermont and Massachusetts.
together
▪ Jacqueline and Tommy lived together and drank and fought.
▪ The women, both 33, have been living together and sharing their lives for the last six years.
▪ We'd set on living together, and seeing how it worked out, with or without the baby.
▪ Oh, yes: They are ostensibly in love and living together.
▪ In the case of married persons living together, a spouse's interest is an indirect interest for this purpose.
▪ Overcrowding has weakened the cherished tradition of extended families living together.
▪ Otherwise, he'd never have expressed surprise at the news that he and Ixora were living together.
▪ They live together on a lushly beautiful dairy farm.
■ NOUN
age
▪ Yet the young are living in an age which over the past year has become dramatically uncertain.
▪ Through his teachings I hope to live to a great age.
▪ We're living in the Golden Age.
▪ She was born there, she lived there until age 21, and she has made nine documentary films about the country.
▪ She wanted to live with the foster parents she lived with at the age of two.
▪ They tell you we are living in a fast age.
▪ One important reason for optimism is that we now live in a disinflationary age.
▪ We live in an age of niche markets, in which customers have become accustomed to high quality and extensive choice.
area
▪ Residents living in the Jennyfields area of Harrogate were warned that the pills could prove harmful if taken by children.
▪ An estimated 70,000 Mormons live in the Bay Area.
▪ Does he agree that that policy would have a devastating impact on people who live in the country areas of Teignbridge?
▪ I have felt the same shock and outrage since I lived in the Lakeside area and watched the butchery of those trees.
▪ Gooseneck found out about it through a retired old retainer who lived in the area.
▪ His family will continue to live in the Bay Area, at least part of the year.
▪ Sixty percent of the artists in Merseyside live in the area, Joe tells me.
▪ His grandmother, who lives in the area, is ailing.
city
▪ Finally, certain vulnerable groups were most affected by these changes, notably black families living in inner city deprived areas.
▪ A quarter of them live in New York City.
▪ These were people who lived in cities.
▪ An increasing proportion of the latter occupations seek to live beyond the cities and to commute back to them.
▪ Those of us who live in the City of Tucson want you wealthy welfare freeloaders off our backs.
▪ Growing numbers live in the city and travel outwards to work.
▪ We have lived mostly in cities for less than one thousand years.
country
▪ Does he agree that that policy would have a devastating impact on people who live in the country areas of Teignbridge?
▪ Many already have lived in several countries and are en route to several more.
▪ We had always lived in a healthy country, where the mountains were high and the water was cold and clear.
▪ The final report argues that economic growth is crucial but often not sufficient to improve living standards in poor countries.
▪ But when you live in another country awhile, you lose your identity and you acquire one from the new country.
▪ She mostly lived in the country and she was rich.
▪ Still, they did feel that they lived in an important country, an actor in the world, not a victim.
fear
▪ We have to learn how to live with our own fear of madness, not of its captives.
▪ We all live with fear of crime in our homes and on our streets.
▪ It's a cliche to say people are living in fear, but sadly it's all too true in Larne.
▪ The town was a cluster of different quarters, all living in fear of massacre.
▪ The whole community has been living in fear for far too long, menaced equally by both sets of paramilitaries.
▪ Adults went home, listened to quiet music, lived in disbelief and fear.
▪ Yet the survey shows that there is also no reason to live in fear.
▪ Would she have to live permanently with the fear that she had failed him?
home
▪ He was soon released and lived at home for another year, but there was no more playing.
▪ When people want to live at home and need some help, Medicare will not pay for it.
▪ She was happy to do the housework, and live at home with Tabby and me.
▪ And I decided to live at home as I started school.
▪ Time allowed 00:18 Read in studio Eight young couples are living in new homes thanks to a village's own housing scheme.
▪ Right now I live at home with my parents.
▪ He says he's glad because he lives in the home with his wife.
▪ At their new camp just a few miles from Polho, residents live in temporary homes with plastic sheeting for walls.
house
▪ I was to live in his house.
▪ He lives in a house that was built in 173o, and he collects photographs of his relatives.
▪ Women learn at an early age that most men do not like angry women living in the same house.
▪ When I was living in this house in 1938, the bathrooms were out in the hall.
▪ He is now on probation, living in a boarding house in another part of the town since his arrest.
▪ But I've lived in the same house with my daughter-in-law for four years.
▪ Mrs Hollyoake lived at the house in Belper, Derbys, with her husband and their 16-year-old daughter.
▪ Subsequently the son agrees that Mr X can live in the house on every Saturday for ten years.
land
▪ One-third of the world's human population lives on land that is liable to be inundated if the seas rise.
▪ Like Israelites after the exodus, the liberated slaves saw themselves free to live in the Promised Land.
▪ Artisans and traders living on this privileged land escaped the tax and other service duties of townsmen.
▪ The city of Nice, however, lived more from the land than from commerce.
▪ Some species manage to live on land in humid tropical forests, undulating on mucus that they secrete from their undersides.
▪ We do not live in such a land.
▪ Three-quarters of the population throughout the eighteenth and most of the nineteenth centuries lived by the land.
▪ To live with this view is not to live in the land of the rising sun.
life
▪ I must live a life that pleases him.
▪ It's better to keep trying to find love than to live a lonely life.
▪ Understand that your career should be living your life your way.
▪ That's why he lived a lonely life and locked all his doors so carefully.
▪ All of us have to escape the second time if we are to live our lives.
▪ Everybody should be free to live their lives as they wish.
▪ He was living a nice life.
peace
▪ I want you to live in peace.
▪ Voltaire was wrong, of course, about the degree to which the multitude would live in happiness and peace.
▪ We remember the past as something bitter, but we are going to create conditions for two communities to live in peace.
▪ You have to live in war and peace the same way.
▪ Or, more to the point, how they could live in peace and make money.
▪ Now Aladdin and his wife lived in peace, and when the old sultan died, Aladdin ruled.
▪ The other principle is the right of every state in the area to live in peace within secure and recognised borders.
▪ It would be impossible for the affluent to live in peace if conflict after conflict exploded in the third world.
place
▪ It's a strangely happy place to live in.
▪ When Susan and I visit her, we leave real fast: this is no place anyone should live in.
▪ Is it a good place to live?
▪ I have essentially accessed another world, the place where my information lives.
▪ This makes it a more interesting place to live.
▪ There had never been anything glamorous about poverty in the places I had lived.
▪ In which case, the world would be that one bit nicer a place to live in.
▪ They had no place to live except on the pavements.
poverty
▪ Thus more than twice as many older women as older men live in poverty or on its margins.
▪ Between 1987 and 1992, the number of preschool children living in poverty increased from 5 to 6 million.
▪ Heaven help the villagers of Fungureme, still living in poverty alongside those cobalt deposits.
▪ More than one Washingtonian out of every four officially lives in poverty.
▪ Followers were prepared to live a life of poverty.
▪ Will these peoples continue to live in poverty and disease, or will they be brought up to modern standards of living?
▪ The population fell by 1 % last year, and 35 % of the people live below the national poverty line.
▪ These workers, full-time and part-time, and their family members, comprise an additional 30 million people living in poverty.
standard
▪ Furthermore, food prices could sharply distinguish the standard of living in one year from both the preceding one and the next.
▪ The 6 million people of Hong Kong have an obvious stake in maintaining their high standard of living.
▪ Local economists agree that the standard of living has fallen for most Romanianssince 1989.
▪ Being rich and enjoying a high standard of living was not the goal.
▪ Vacuum cleaners to ensure clean houses are praiseworthy and essential in our standard of living.
▪ A new way of consumption was enforced but it tended to sacrifice social economy so as to maintain artificial standards of living.
street
▪ She lives in a street near Russell Square.
▪ Page has hit proverbial rock bottom and has become a walking skeleton living on the streets.
▪ Maggie now recognized the voice of Faith Caskie who lived across the street.
▪ Of the group, two are married, one is gay, another is bisexual and another lives on the streets.
▪ Thousands live on the streets in gangs, surviving by begging and stealing.
▪ Sheffield lives across the street on a block where five of the six houses are occupied by family members.
▪ SHe'd lived on the street too long.
▪ Frank Morales, a neighborhood activist who lives across the street from the park, said Thursday at the dedication.
wife
▪ His wife Hannah lived on until 24 February 1778.
▪ Nicolas, 32, and his 31-year-old wife live in a modest apartment and friends say pride stopped them getting in touch with her.
▪ My first wife, Dinah, lived there.
▪ The fisherman and his wife still live there today.
▪ He and his wife Susie live there as tenants with their four children.
▪ My wife lives alone five days a week in a rural area in upstate New York.
woman
▪ In that gray place the three women lived, all gray themselves and withered as in extreme old age.
▪ Helen will outlive me - women live longer, it seems.
▪ I hope the colored woman who lived with Mrs Houghton will get me some.
▪ It would be wrong to conclude that it is simply because women live longer than men.
▪ In most societies women travel to live with their husbands, whereas men tend to remain close to their relatives.
▪ By contrast, only about 27 percent of women living alone had an occupational pension.
▪ Jack climbed the beanstalk, where he found a giant woman living in a castle.
world
▪ But we don't live in a perfect world.
▪ We now live in a world where labor is abundant compared to capital.
▪ It was, broadly speaking, the cultural outcome of modernity, the social experience of living in the modern world.
▪ For a while he was thinking that he could live in both worlds.
▪ It's important to preserve the old, but we live in the real world.
▪ By 1920 she had proved herself by earning a living in a difficult world, and by winning recognition in literary circles.
▪ We live in a world like the Gandavyuha - a place of transparent beauty.
▪ Such people live in a dead world, because a world without scale and levels of being is indeed dead.
years
▪ I've lived here nearly forty years, ever since I were first married.
▪ Just moments, one after another, instead of living so many years ahead of each day.
▪ In reality, Yusuf was not even present and El Cid was to live for several more years.
▪ His wife joined the Poor Clares, and Conrad a hermitage, where he lived for many years.
▪ They had been living in it for years.
▪ Old thought: We lived for thousands of years without needing to make or take phone calls right this red hot second.
▪ Medicinal leeches in captivity can live for many years, but nobody in my local hospital knows precisely how long.
▪ He lived his remaining forty years in prayer and penitence.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
I/we live in hope
a living death
▪ But the hard labour for criminals which replaced judicial execution was so appalling that it was in effect a living death.
▪ If you have opted for non-action, then you have opted for a living death.
▪ In anorexia nervosa, which becomes a living death, the same connections are prevalent, together with the same confusing implications.
▪ Life without hope is a living death.
a living hell
▪ My life has been a living hell since the attack.
▪ The last two and a half weeks have been a living hell.
▪ By lunchtime, everyone would know, and they would make her life a living hell after that.
▪ If life in the South was corrupt and callous, in the North it was a living hell.
▪ It's just a living hell.
▪ Serving in the Danuese battalions was a living hell.
▪ That first call had been the start of a campaign of intimidation that had transformed Polly's life into a living hell.
▪ The brave heroes returned to an epidemic of influenza which all but carried off those who had survived a living hell.
a living wage
▪ Do they feel women should remain in marriages because their jobs do not pay a living wage?
▪ Does the example implicitly condone overtime working as a means by which a living wage is earned?
▪ They had no solution to the possibility that even they might sometimes fail to find permanent employment at a living wage.
be (living) on easy street
▪ By the time this Clinton-Dole thing is over, you and I could be living on Easy Street.
be living in a fool's paradise
be the (very/living/spitting) image of sb
▪ All she had was the image of a woman lying on the ground and people desperate to help her.
▪ And just lagging it slightly was the image of the posed dancer.
▪ But we both agreed the little mite was the spitting image of the man.
▪ It was the image of returning once again to her empty maisonette in Ealing.
▪ My favorite is the image of an aproned cook in the rear of the open kitchen.
▪ Pressing upon the rest of us is the image of all those dormant scars in the crust potentially surging to life.
▪ This is the image of a successful couple.
▪ Throughout the show's history, for instance, Cleese was the very image of pompous, impatient rectitude.
be/live in a dream world
▪ If you think he'll change, you're living in a dream world.
be/live in cloud-cuckoo-land
be/live in each other's pockets
beat/knock the (living) daylights out of sb
have nine lives
▪ The Michael Steins of this world have nine lives.
high life/living
▪ As in Shakespeare, there are scenes of high life and scenes of low life.
▪ But other authorities also face recruiting difficulties, which suggests that the problem extends beyond high living costs and poor pay.
▪ But this is one weekend, he thought, when there will be high living and no thinking.
▪ He told the villa's owner Count Robert de Beaumont how much he loved the sun-soaked Costa high life.
▪ He was a lively and stylish writer, and contributed a column to the Jerusalem Post on high life and low living.
▪ His dream had finally run out in an Arabian nightmare of high living and questionable favours.
▪ It looked like the high life, but it was life on borrowed time.
how the other half lives
▪ High-ranking public officials should take the bus so they can see how the other half lives.
▪ Ye never knew how the other half lives!
in the land of the living
in/within living memory
▪ After that sweltering afternoon in May, we went through a period of epic heat, the hottest summer in living memory.
▪ For the first time in living memory a presidential candidate claimed the White House before his rival had conceded the race.
▪ For the village it was the most exciting news in living memory.
▪ It has doubled within living memory.
▪ It has, after all, been the worst first year of any parliament in living memory.
▪ Still, for a prime minister who enjoyed the longest honeymoon in living memory, these are unhappy days.
▪ The country is in the depths of a recession, made worse by the worst drought in living memory.
▪ They are among hundreds of northeastern North Dakota farmers with crops damaged by the worst rain and rural flooding in living memory.
live as man and wife
live in sin
▪ We were, after all, living in sin, and she was a devoted Catholic.
live off the fat of the land
live/lead/have the life of Riley
▪ I hear that all the older boys are driving big expensive cars and living the life of Riley.
living legend
▪ one of the living legends of rhythm and blues
▪ A living legend passed away when Ferdinando Keast died in 1891, aged 87.
▪ Blue Mooney, a living legend in his own time.
▪ Many of parking's living legends were there.
living proof
▪ I'm living proof that people can make their dreams come true.
▪ Jordan is living proof that you don't have to conform to the music industry's standards in order to be accepted.
▪ The team is living proof of the old saying that it's not whom you play that counts, but when you play them.
▪ We know that English and French speakers can live together in Canada - Montreal is living proof of that.
▪ And the living proof of that was Emily.
▪ He is living proof that if the famine doesn't get you, the bullets will.
▪ I will remember them as living proof that you can have too much of a good thing.
▪ I would be-come the living proof of the strength of her womanhood.
▪ Indeed, she may well be living proof of it.
▪ She is living proof that a Democrat can be an honorable attorney general in a scandal-prone Democratic administration.
▪ She is also living proof that stress and hard work need not necessarily be ageing.
long live sb/sth
Long live the King!
sb is (living) on another planet/what planet is sb on?
▪ As a replacement for the Bluebird, the Primera is on another planet.
▪ People in the Antelope Valley worry that most people south of the mountains think that their valley is on another planet.
scare/frighten the (living) daylights out of sb
the cost of living
the elephant in the (living) room
the living
▪ Funeral needs are meant to address the needs of the living.
the living end
▪ To be in the ranks of the Foodie Fascists is, quite frankly, the living end.
think the world owes you a living
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ At 40, you really start to live!
▪ Cats normally live for about twelve years.
▪ Do you like living in Tokyo?
▪ Donald is 30 years old, but he still lives at home.
▪ Elvis lives.
▪ Females live longer on average than males.
▪ How do you like living in the city again after so many years away from it?
▪ In 1905 Russell was living at 4 Ralston Street.
▪ Judy lives in that nice house on the corner.
▪ Many students prefer to live in during their first year of study.
▪ My father only lived for a few years after his heart attack.
▪ One of the victims has severe burns and is not expected to live.
▪ Our baby was in the intensive care unit, and we didn't know whether she would live or die.
▪ Plants can't live without water.
▪ St. Patrick probably lived in the 5th century.
▪ The baby was born with a serious heart defect and not expected to live.
▪ The will to live can be a vital factor in recovery.
▪ There were ten in the lifeboat, but only three lived to tell the tale.
▪ They lived abroad for several years but moved back when the children were school age.
▪ Those guys live like pigs.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Also, it meant, because of the time it was given, having a bad headache if one wanted to live.
▪ For poor blacks, without money to move, living in an inner-city ghetto can mean days without seeing a white face.
▪ He defines locality as the space within which the larger part of most citizens' daily working and consuming lives is lived.
▪ How could I have been living here all my life and never really known it before?
▪ I lived in the Village and worked as a bookkeeper.
▪ Kim lives because I wish him to live.
▪ People living on the proposed site say their future is now more uncertain than ever.
II.adjective
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ NOUN
action
▪ To do the Inlay shot required mixing film footage of the city with live action of the Doctor's party.
▪ I wanted live action, not polite conversation and chicken cordon bleu.
▪ In the past, to the horror of soccer purists, broadcasters have cut away from live action for commercial breaks.
▪ Stone age really, but for once it left all the live action in the shade.
album
▪ They took stock with a live album.
▪ But the rest of the album, unlike other live albums, was truly live.
▪ He went on to record a live album in 1966 with the blues legend Jimmy Witherspoon.
ammunition
▪ Policemen who were stoned by the crowd used live ammunition to disperse it, killing at least one person.
▪ He'd have been kicked out of here if it wasn't obvious that he'd actually used live ammunition.
▪ When arrested, he was found to be in possession of a small-calibre handgun and several rounds of live ammunition.
▪ One of the machine guns had live ammunition attached to it.
▪ As the situation worsened more border police entered the area and began firing live ammunition into the crowd.
▪ Leipzigers feared live ammunition could be used.
▪ The army's next line of defence concerns the use of live ammunition.
animal
▪ He begins his career as a boy with gruesome, bloody experiments on live animals.
▪ In this way only those predators that attack live animals are affected when they ingest the substance contained in the neck device.
▪ Inspection begins with live animals and continues through slaughter and processing.
▪ Nevertheless, live animal experimentation is deeply embedded in the culture of contemporary biomedical science.
▪ Rather than outlaw the sale of live animals, we should require that all stores sell only live animals.
▪ Does he accept that the conditions in which live animals are exported must be humane?
▪ Rather than outlaw the sale of live animals, we should require that all stores sell only live animals.
audience
▪ By all means read some of these but there is no substitute for practising on a live audience.
▪ The comedian expressed doubts about his ability to perform without a live audience, but agreed to do it.
▪ I like writing for live audiences with no agenda at all except to enjoy the work.
▪ We had a live audience of one, Richard's wife, Elizabeth Taylor.
▪ I had been in television studios before but never with a live audience, so that was a bit different.
▪ The programme was filmed in front of a live audience who had to clap, laugh and commiserate in all the appropriate places.
▪ The experience of watching some one lecture to a live audience is very different from being there yourself.
band
▪ The evening programme is aimed at teenagers and features a live band and soup kitchen.
▪ It features carnival rides, live bands and a dance pavilion along with booths for food, arts and crafts.
▪ They rose to the bait and decided they needed to prove a point, putting together their nine-piece Bootsy Collins-featuring live band.
▪ We wanted to use as few effects as possible and make it sound like a live band.
▪ The Wedding Present consolidated their reputation as a fine live band during 1988 but released a dearth of new material.
▪ Our Exmoor club is free to residents - and you can enjoy regular entertainment, discos and live bands.
▪ It has a great dance floor and discos and live bands are staged here regularly.
▪ I have a great live band, probably one of the best in the world.
birth
▪ In some areas of the Black Triangle, ten per-cent of all live births resulted in infants with crippling birth defects.
▪ The number of abortions performed each year was estimated at between 300,000 and 600,000, compared with 550,000 live births.
▪ The two variables are infant mortality per 1000 live births and gross national product per head.
▪ In 1928, 620,627 live births were recorded, compared with 950,782 in 1920.
broadcast
▪ The activity centres around the big top in Stockton High Street offering free all day entertainment with live broadcasts and personal appearances.
▪ As everyone who has watched the live broadcast remembers, El Comandante spoke for fifty-five minutes.
▪ Liberal politicians paraded through the studios, providing soundbites that were instantly fed into the live broadcasts.
concert
▪ This is a brilliant live concert by the group with Taylor, Fdsell and Mouzon.
▪ The final episode of the season will feature the group in a live concert.
▪ Bush too was being realistic when he made his move to stage her first live concerts.
▪ But this new version, taken from two live concerts in the Berlin Philharmonie, is special in several ways, too.
▪ Shabba, who earns £2 million a year from his raunchy live concerts, is now at No. 23 with Mr Loverman.
▪ Now you can't even rely on seeing a live performance at a live concert!
coverage
▪ Channel 4 took to their tents and sulked and even declined to accept live coverage while these rules remained in force.
entertainment
▪ There are three bars, with live entertainment in the trendy Platform 1 bar.
▪ This is one of the hottest destinations after work for savvy Downtowners, especially during special events when there is live entertainment.
▪ Lobster, fish and charcoal grilled steaks are the specialities, with live entertainment on offer most evenings.
▪ There will be live entertainment throughout the day and a wide range of Greenpeace merchandise will be on sale.
fish
▪ To actually see crabs scuttling across the floor and live sponges and even real live fish was astonishing.
▪ Spring always brings the real surprise, or rather horror, of the live fish retail industry.
▪ Please try to avoid feeding aggressive, predatory fish such as Piranha or Lionfish with other live fish.
▪ They feed on crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic insects, live fish and will scavenge on dead fish.
▪ At this point I had better cover some of the regulations regarding the transport of live fish around the world.
▪ A J Trevett and colleagues reported on two patients who developed acute respiratory obstruction from swallowing live fish.
▪ Many fish die but cyanide remains in live fish flesh only for a short period.
food
▪ The minute Dwarf Rasbora is a gem when maintained in soft acid water conditions and fed with suitably small live foods.
▪ These needs are admirably met by feeding Daphnia and other live foods.
▪ At this time, or soon after, they will require a larger live food as has been suggested before.
▪ The difficult time is immediately after metamorphosis, when they must have live food small enough to ingest.
▪ The proportion reaching adulthood, however, does not usually warrant attempting to raise them as larger live food for fish.
▪ These will maintain growth but at slower rates than with live food.
▪ Both fish prefer live foods, such as worms, insect larvae and small fish.
issue
▪ And she is honorary secretary of the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors, which also tackles live issues in the area.
▪ It is very much a live issue and is progressing well.
▪ The relationship between the two ways of being was, however, always a live issue.
▪ That question can be left for a future occasion when it gives rise to a live issue.
music
▪ But this is not what live music is all about.
▪ They have live music six nights a week.
▪ There is a full entertainments programme during the high season and the hotel has a taverna with frequent live music.
▪ Area jazz clubs and coffeehouses offer live music while visitors can catch a movie at one of two main theater complexes.
▪ There is a games room where you can play pool or table-tennis, and live music is planned for the summer.
▪ Nor is it a dance club, even though there is a dance floor and occasionally, live music.
▪ There is live music on the terrace in high season.
▪ With that gesture began a long day of live music by every Stax artist to raise money for the Watts Summer Festival.
performance
▪ The percentage of the population which attends live performances of music more than very occasionally is very small.
▪ The live performance for me right now is about being present.
▪ Cash is a road addict whose finest moments are usually to be savoured in live performance.
▪ His embrace of recorded music over live performances would eventually lead to a shift in the role of records on radio.
▪ These broadcasts don't need to be records because live performances on local radio can also count.
▪ In the Target Kids Scene, a small stage will provide live performances throughout the day.
▪ Now you can't even rely on seeing a live performance at a live concert!
▪ From this unique contraption, Hart will oversee the live performances.
radio
▪ They were resumed on Jan. 22 after a series of compromises had been agreed, including live radio coverage of the talks.
▪ The comments were made during a live radio debate from Polam Hall School, in Darlington.
set
▪ The band have tightened up their live set and feel they are playing their best music ever.
▪ The Metropolis in Saltcoats, for example, recently pulled off a major coup by securing a live set from Chaka Khan.
show
▪ Musical snobbery aside, their live show is a bit special.
▪ The live show, however, will be the Rockets all the way.
▪ It is very difficult to marry up the sale of a record with a live show.
▪ The 18 tracks of the new record are so dizzyingly dexterous, the live show should be nothing short of amazing.
▪ The following year, Bark Psychosis signed to Virgin and finally began to fulfil the promise of their live shows.
▪ Most rock acts tour in order to sell their latest album, and tailor their live show accordingly.
▪ What do the audience get from a live show?
▪ Both singers have splashed out £100,000 on their live shows.
television
▪ For example, some types of multimedia applications will involve online systems which combine live television information with other digital data.
▪ This week, she gave her first live television interview since the fall.
▪ Two or more users can conduct video phone conversations and access live television pictures or send video mail, for instance.
▪ Of course, the in-coming signal does not have to be live television.
▪ Endless live television coverage has made the Eleven Cities Tour into a truly national event.
▪ There are also the regular live television relays of church services.
▪ His funeral at Grace Cathedral was broadcast on live television.
transmission
▪ Radio stations are planning live transmissions from midnight from the tiny graveyard where her body lies buried.
▪ Every month there is a live transmission of a church service.
wire
▪ Estes' forehead brushed the live wire.
▪ This college has come to life and advanced considerably under the direction of its very live wire Rector Mr Jocelyn Stevens.
▪ Trading standards officers say the hot brush styler, made in the Far East has faulty insulation which has exposed live wires.
▪ Yet a kind of current emanated from her, she was like a live wire.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
I/we live in hope
a living wage
▪ Do they feel women should remain in marriages because their jobs do not pay a living wage?
▪ Does the example implicitly condone overtime working as a means by which a living wage is earned?
▪ They had no solution to the possibility that even they might sometimes fail to find permanent employment at a living wage.
be living in a fool's paradise
be the (very/living/spitting) image of sb
▪ All she had was the image of a woman lying on the ground and people desperate to help her.
▪ And just lagging it slightly was the image of the posed dancer.
▪ But we both agreed the little mite was the spitting image of the man.
▪ It was the image of returning once again to her empty maisonette in Ealing.
▪ My favorite is the image of an aproned cook in the rear of the open kitchen.
▪ Pressing upon the rest of us is the image of all those dormant scars in the crust potentially surging to life.
▪ This is the image of a successful couple.
▪ Throughout the show's history, for instance, Cleese was the very image of pompous, impatient rectitude.
be/live in a dream world
▪ If you think he'll change, you're living in a dream world.
be/live in cloud-cuckoo-land
be/live in each other's pockets
beat/knock the (living) daylights out of sb
eke out a living/existence
▪ Cliff's family worked in the cotton fields to eke out a meager living.
▪ Again, the choice was between following the work to the factory towns or eking out an existence by labouring.
▪ Finally came the bookshop where dear Mr Sneddles tried to eke out a living.
▪ I was tired of eking out an existence near poverty level on my meager assistantship.
▪ Most of them eke out a living as subsistence farmers.
▪ Most people still live in the hinterlands of the inhabited islands eking out a living, but poverty abounds.
▪ She continued to eke out a living based on the fading memories of her famous plunge.
▪ The elderly eke out a living on pensions averaging from $ 50 to $ 75 monthly.
▪ The river banks were frequently lined with curious onlookers who struggle to eke out an existence in this harsh environment.
excuse me (for living)!
have nine lives
▪ The Michael Steins of this world have nine lives.
how the other half lives
▪ High-ranking public officials should take the bus so they can see how the other half lives.
▪ Ye never knew how the other half lives!
in the land of the living
live as man and wife
live in sin
▪ We were, after all, living in sin, and she was a devoted Catholic.
live off the fat of the land
live/lead/have the life of Riley
▪ I hear that all the older boys are driving big expensive cars and living the life of Riley.
long live sb/sth
Long live the King!
pardon me for breathing/living
sb is (living) on another planet/what planet is sb on?
▪ As a replacement for the Bluebird, the Primera is on another planet.
▪ People in the Antelope Valley worry that most people south of the mountains think that their valley is on another planet.
scare/frighten the (living) daylights out of sb
the cost of living
the elephant in the (living) room
the living
▪ Funeral needs are meant to address the needs of the living.
the living end
▪ To be in the ranks of the Foodie Fascists is, quite frankly, the living end.
think that the world owes you a living
think the world owes you a living
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
live ammunition
▪ They are campaigning against experiments on live animals.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Experts figure it is more than 1, 000 years old and one of the largest live oaks in the United States.
▪ From this unique contraption, Hart will oversee the live performances.
▪ It features carnival rides, live bands and a dance pavilion along with booths for food, arts and crafts.
▪ Moreover, the live food that all fish are particularly fond of is worms.
▪ Styx A fun pub with entertainment ranging from disco and live music, to pianist and cabaret.
▪ The live performance for me right now is about being present.
III.adverb
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ VERB
broadcast
▪ When these pictures were broadcast live across international television screens, it was obvious that the issue was misogyny, not theology.
▪ With technology what it is, the promise was there for more live broadcast coverage than in the history of the Olympics.
▪ The session started early and finished late, and was broadcast live on all cable news channels.
go
▪ The new site was due to go live at the end of June and promised new personalisation features.
▪ Undeterred, Gandhi declared he would go live in a hut in the untouchable quarter.
▪ The new system went live earlier this year.
▪ Before you rush to subscribe, however, it's only the phone arm of the service that has gone live.
▪ We're going live now to our reporter there, Gargy Patel.
▪ The service, CallNet0800, goes live on 1 November.
perform
▪ I saw Sade perform live for charity at the weekend.
▪ As well as her own projects, she has in recent years performed live and on record with her husband Wallace Roney.
play
▪ All Saints topped the chart with Pure Shores, closely followed by two artists who played live in Ireland last year.
▪ But when it comes time to play live the old equipment is ridiculous.
record
▪ All but a few of the tracks were recorded live, many at the legendary Roxy.
▪ This quartet session, recorded live at Birdland, has an often tumultuous intensity.
show
▪ Some one phoned up a pre-watershed live show and started telling a joke about putting suppositories up your bum.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
I/we live in hope
a living death
▪ But the hard labour for criminals which replaced judicial execution was so appalling that it was in effect a living death.
▪ If you have opted for non-action, then you have opted for a living death.
▪ In anorexia nervosa, which becomes a living death, the same connections are prevalent, together with the same confusing implications.
▪ Life without hope is a living death.
a living hell
▪ My life has been a living hell since the attack.
▪ The last two and a half weeks have been a living hell.
▪ By lunchtime, everyone would know, and they would make her life a living hell after that.
▪ If life in the South was corrupt and callous, in the North it was a living hell.
▪ It's just a living hell.
▪ Serving in the Danuese battalions was a living hell.
▪ That first call had been the start of a campaign of intimidation that had transformed Polly's life into a living hell.
▪ The brave heroes returned to an epidemic of influenza which all but carried off those who had survived a living hell.
a living wage
▪ Do they feel women should remain in marriages because their jobs do not pay a living wage?
▪ Does the example implicitly condone overtime working as a means by which a living wage is earned?
▪ They had no solution to the possibility that even they might sometimes fail to find permanent employment at a living wage.
be (living) on easy street
▪ By the time this Clinton-Dole thing is over, you and I could be living on Easy Street.
be living in a fool's paradise
be the (very/living/spitting) image of sb
▪ All she had was the image of a woman lying on the ground and people desperate to help her.
▪ And just lagging it slightly was the image of the posed dancer.
▪ But we both agreed the little mite was the spitting image of the man.
▪ It was the image of returning once again to her empty maisonette in Ealing.
▪ My favorite is the image of an aproned cook in the rear of the open kitchen.
▪ Pressing upon the rest of us is the image of all those dormant scars in the crust potentially surging to life.
▪ This is the image of a successful couple.
▪ Throughout the show's history, for instance, Cleese was the very image of pompous, impatient rectitude.
be/live in a dream world
▪ If you think he'll change, you're living in a dream world.
be/live in cloud-cuckoo-land
be/live in each other's pockets
beat/knock the (living) daylights out of sb
eke out a living/existence
▪ Cliff's family worked in the cotton fields to eke out a meager living.
▪ Again, the choice was between following the work to the factory towns or eking out an existence by labouring.
▪ Finally came the bookshop where dear Mr Sneddles tried to eke out a living.
▪ I was tired of eking out an existence near poverty level on my meager assistantship.
▪ Most of them eke out a living as subsistence farmers.
▪ Most people still live in the hinterlands of the inhabited islands eking out a living, but poverty abounds.
▪ She continued to eke out a living based on the fading memories of her famous plunge.
▪ The elderly eke out a living on pensions averaging from $ 50 to $ 75 monthly.
▪ The river banks were frequently lined with curious onlookers who struggle to eke out an existence in this harsh environment.
excuse me (for living)!
have nine lives
▪ The Michael Steins of this world have nine lives.
high life/living
▪ As in Shakespeare, there are scenes of high life and scenes of low life.
▪ But other authorities also face recruiting difficulties, which suggests that the problem extends beyond high living costs and poor pay.
▪ But this is one weekend, he thought, when there will be high living and no thinking.
▪ He told the villa's owner Count Robert de Beaumont how much he loved the sun-soaked Costa high life.
▪ He was a lively and stylish writer, and contributed a column to the Jerusalem Post on high life and low living.
▪ His dream had finally run out in an Arabian nightmare of high living and questionable favours.
▪ It looked like the high life, but it was life on borrowed time.
how the other half lives
▪ High-ranking public officials should take the bus so they can see how the other half lives.
▪ Ye never knew how the other half lives!
in the land of the living
in/within living memory
▪ After that sweltering afternoon in May, we went through a period of epic heat, the hottest summer in living memory.
▪ For the first time in living memory a presidential candidate claimed the White House before his rival had conceded the race.
▪ For the village it was the most exciting news in living memory.
▪ It has doubled within living memory.
▪ It has, after all, been the worst first year of any parliament in living memory.
▪ Still, for a prime minister who enjoyed the longest honeymoon in living memory, these are unhappy days.
▪ The country is in the depths of a recession, made worse by the worst drought in living memory.
▪ They are among hundreds of northeastern North Dakota farmers with crops damaged by the worst rain and rural flooding in living memory.
live as man and wife
live in sin
▪ We were, after all, living in sin, and she was a devoted Catholic.
live off the fat of the land
live/lead/have the life of Riley
▪ I hear that all the older boys are driving big expensive cars and living the life of Riley.
living legend
▪ one of the living legends of rhythm and blues
▪ A living legend passed away when Ferdinando Keast died in 1891, aged 87.
▪ Blue Mooney, a living legend in his own time.
▪ Many of parking's living legends were there.
living proof
▪ I'm living proof that people can make their dreams come true.
▪ Jordan is living proof that you don't have to conform to the music industry's standards in order to be accepted.
▪ The team is living proof of the old saying that it's not whom you play that counts, but when you play them.
▪ We know that English and French speakers can live together in Canada - Montreal is living proof of that.
▪ And the living proof of that was Emily.
▪ He is living proof that if the famine doesn't get you, the bullets will.
▪ I will remember them as living proof that you can have too much of a good thing.
▪ I would be-come the living proof of the strength of her womanhood.
▪ Indeed, she may well be living proof of it.
▪ She is living proof that a Democrat can be an honorable attorney general in a scandal-prone Democratic administration.
▪ She is also living proof that stress and hard work need not necessarily be ageing.
long live sb/sth
Long live the King!
pardon me for breathing/living
sb is (living) on another planet/what planet is sb on?
▪ As a replacement for the Bluebird, the Primera is on another planet.
▪ People in the Antelope Valley worry that most people south of the mountains think that their valley is on another planet.
scare/frighten the (living) daylights out of sb
the cost of living
the elephant in the (living) room
the living
▪ Funeral needs are meant to address the needs of the living.
the living end
▪ To be in the ranks of the Foodie Fascists is, quite frankly, the living end.
think that the world owes you a living
think the world owes you a living
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ All Saints topped the chart with Pure Shores, closely followed by two artists who played live in Ireland last year.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Live

Live \Live\ (l[i^]v), v. t.

  1. To spend, as one's life; to pass; to maintain; to continue in, constantly or habitually; as, to live an idle or a useful life.

  2. To act habitually in conformity with; to practice.

    To live the Gospel.
    --Foxe.

    To live down, to live so as to subdue or refute; as, to live down slander.

Live

Live \Live\ (l[imac]v), a. [Abbreviated from alive. See Alive, Life.]

  1. Having life; alive; living; not dead.

    If one man's ox hurt another's, that he die; then they shall sell the live ox, and divide the money of it.
    --Ex. xxi. 35.

  2. Being in a state of ignition; burning; having active properties; as, a live coal; live embers. `` The live ether.''
    --Thomson.

  3. Full of earnestness; active; wide awake; glowing; as, a live man, or orator.

  4. Vivid; bright. `` The live carnation.''
    --Thomson.

  5. (Engin.) Imparting power; having motion; as, the live spindle of a lathe; live steam.

  6. (Elec.) Connected to a voltage source; as, a live wire.

  7. (Broadcasting) Being transmitted instantaneously, as events occur, in contrast to recorded.

  8. (Sport) Still in active play; -- of a ball being used in a game; as, a live ball.

  9. Pertaining to an entertainment event which was performed (and possibly recorded) in front of an audience; contrasted to performances recorded in a studio without an audience. Live birth, the condition of being born in such a state that acts of life are manifested after the extrusion of the whole body. --Dunglison. Live box, a cell for holding living objects under microscopical examination. --P. H. Gosse. Live feathers, feathers which have been plucked from the living bird, and are therefore stronger and more elastic. Live gang. (Sawing) See under Gang. Live grass (Bot.), a grass of the genus Eragrostis. Live load (Engin.), a suddenly applied load; a varying load; a moving load; as a moving train of cars on a bridge, or wind pressure on a roof. Live oak (Bot.), a species of oak ( Quercus virens), growing in the Southern States, of great durability, and highly esteemed for ship timber. In California the Quercus chrysolepis and some other species are also called live oaks. Live ring (Engin.), a circular train of rollers upon which a swing bridge, or turntable, rests, and which travels around a circular track when the bridge or table turns. Live steam, steam direct from the boiler, used for any purpose, in distinction from exhaust steam. Live stock, horses, cattle, and other domestic animals kept on a farm. whole body. live wire

    1. (Elec.) a wire connected to a power source, having a voltage potential; -- used esp. of a power line with a high potential relative to ground, capable of harming a person who touches it.

    2. (Fig.) a person who is unusually active, alert, or aggressive.

Live

Live \Live\ (l[imac]v), n. Life. [Obs.]
--Chaucer.

On live, in life; alive. [Obs.] See Alive.
--Chaucer.

Live

Live \Live\ (l[i^]v), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lived (l[i^]vd); p. pr. & vb. n. Living.] [OE. liven, livien, AS. libban, lifian; akin to OS. libbian, D. leven, G. leben, OHG. leb[=e]n, Dan. leve, Sw. lefva, Icel. lifa to live, to be left, to remain, Goth. liban to live; akin to E. leave to forsake, and life, Gr. liparei^n to persist, liparo`s oily, shining, sleek, li`pos fat, lard, Skr. lip to anoint, smear; -- the first sense prob. was, to cleave to, stick to; hence, to remain, stay; and hence, to live.]

  1. To be alive; to have life; to have, as an animal or a plant, the capacity of assimilating matter as food, and to be dependent on such assimilation for a continuance of existence; as, animals and plants that live to a great age are long in reaching maturity.

    Thus saith the Lord God unto these bones; Behold, I will . . . lay sinews upon you, and will bring up flesh upon you, and cover you with skin, and put breath in you, and ye shall live.
    --Ezek. xxxvii. 5, 6.

  2. To pass one's time; to pass life or time in a certain manner, as to habits, conduct, or circumstances; as, to live in ease or affluence; to live happily or usefully.

    O death, how bitter is the remembrance of thee to a man that liveth at rest in his possessions!
    --Ecclus. xli. 1.

  3. To make one's abiding place or home; to abide; to dwell; to reside; as, to live in a cottage by the sea.

    Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years.
    --Gen. xlvii. 28.

  4. To be or continue in existence; to exist; to remain; to be permanent; to last; -- said of inanimate objects, ideas, etc.

    Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues We write in water.
    --Shak.

  5. To enjoy or make the most of life; to be in a state of happiness; as, people want not just to exist, but to live.

    What greater curse could envious fortune give Than just to die when I began to live?
    --Dryden.

  6. To feed; to subsist; to be nourished or supported; -- with on; as, horses live on grass and grain.

  7. To have a spiritual existence; to be quickened, nourished, and actuated by divine influence or faith.

    The just shall live by faith.
    --Gal. iii. ll.

  8. To be maintained in life; to acquire a livelihood; to subsist; -- with on or by; as, to live on spoils.

    Those who live by labor.
    --Sir W. Temple.

  9. To outlast danger; to float; -- said of a ship, boat, etc.; as, no ship could live in such a storm. A strong mast that lived upon the sea. --Shak. To live out, to be at service; to live away from home as a servant. [U. S.] To live with.

    1. To dwell or to be a lodger with.

    2. To cohabit with; to have intercourse with, as male with female.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
live

1540s, "having life," later (1610s) "burning, glowing," a shortening of alive (q.v.). Sense of "containing unspent energy or power" (live ammunition, etc.) is from 1799. Meaning "in-person" (of performance) is first attested 1934. Live wire is attested from 1890; figurative sense of "active person" is from 1903.

live

Old English lifian (Anglian), libban (West Saxon) "to be, to live, have life; to experience," also "to supply oneself with food, to pass life (in some condition)," from Proto-Germanic *liben (cognates: Old Norse lifa "to live, remain," Old Frisian libba, German leben, Gothic liban "to live"), from PIE root *leip- "to remain, continue" (source also of Greek liparein "to persist, persevere;" see leave). Meaning "to make a residence, dwell" is from c.1200. Related: Lived; living.According to the Dutch Prouerbe ... Leuen ende laetan leuen, To liue and to let others liue. [Malynes, 1622]To live it up "live gaily and extravagantly" is from 1903. To live up to "act in accordance with" is 1690s, from earlier live up "live on a high (moral or mental) level" (1680s). To live (something) down "outwear (some slander or embarrassment)" is from 1842. To live with "cohabit as husband and wife" is attested from 1749; sense of "to put up with" is attested from 1937. Expression live and learn is attested from c.1620.

Wiktionary
live

Etymology 1 vb. 1 (lb en intransitive) To be alive; to have life. 2 (lb en intransitive) To have permanent residence somewhere, to inhabit, to reside. Etymology 2

  1. 1 (context only used attributively English) Having life; that is alive. 2 Being in existence; actual 3 Having active properties; being energized. 4 operational; being in actual use rather than in testing. 5 (context engineering English) Imparting power; having motion. 6 (context sports English) Still in active play. 7 (context broadcasting English) see or heard from a broadcast, as it happens. 8 Of a performance or speech, in person. 9 Of a recorded performance, made in front of an audience, or not having been edited after recording. 10 Of firearms or explosives, capable of causing harm. 11 (context circuitry English) Electrically charged or energized, usually indicating that the item may cause electrocution if touched. 12 (context poker English) Being a bet which can be raised by the bettor, usually in reference to a blind or straddle. 13 Featuring humans; not animated, in the phrases “live actors” or “live action”. 14 Being in a state of ignition; burning. 15 (context obsolete English) Full of earnestness; active; wide awake; glowing. 16 (context obsolete English) Vivid; bright. adv. 1 Of an event, as it happens; in real time; direct. 2 Of making a performance or speech, in person.

WordNet
live

adv. not recorded; "the opera was broadcast live"

live
  1. adj. actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience" [syn: unrecorded] [ant: recorded]

  2. showing characteristics of life; exerting force or containing energy; "live coals"; "tossed a live cigarette out the window"; "got a shock from a live wire"; "live ore is unmined ore"; "a live bomb"; "a live ball is one in play" [ant: dead]

  3. highly reverberant; "a live concert hall" [syn: live(a)]

  4. charged with an explosive; "live ammunition"; "a live bomb"

  5. rebounds readily; "clean bouncy hair"; "a lively tennis ball"; "as resiliant as seasoned hickory"; "springy turf" [syn: bouncy, lively, resilient, springy, whippy]

  6. abounding with life and energy; "the club members are a really live bunch"

  7. in current use or ready for use; "live copy is ready to be set in type or already set but not yet proofread"

  8. of current relevance; "a live issue"; "still a live option"

  9. charged or energized with electricity; "a hot wire"; "a live wire" [syn: hot]

  10. having life; "a live canary"; "hit a live nerve"; "famous living painters"; "living tissue";

  11. capable of erupting; "a live volcano"; "the volcano is very much alive" [syn: alive(p), live(a)]

live
  1. v. make one's home or live in; "She resides officially in Iceland"; "I live in a 200-year old house"; "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"; "The plains are sparsely populated" [syn: dwell, shack, reside, inhabit, people, populate, domicile, domiciliate]

  2. lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style; "we had to live frugally after the war"

  3. continue to live; endure or last; "We went without water and food for 3 days"; "These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America"; "The racecar driver lived through several very serious accidents" [syn: survive, last, live on, go, endure, hold up, hold out]

  4. support oneself; "he could barely exist on such a low wage"; "Can you live on $2000 a month in New York City?"; "Many people in the world have to subsist on $1 a day" [syn: exist, survive, subsist]

  5. have life, be alive; "Our great leader is no more"; "My grandfather lived until the end of war" [syn: be]

  6. have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations; "I know the feeling!"; "have you ever known hunger?"; "I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"; "The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"; "I lived through two divorces" [syn: know, experience]

  7. pursue a positive and satisfying existence; "You must accept yourself and others if you really want to live"

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Wikipedia
Live (They Might Be Giants album)

Live is a 1999 live album by They Might Be Giants. It was a condensed version of Severe Tire Damage. While most of the tracks were live, as the name implies, "Doctor Worm" was a studio-recorded track.

Live (Alice in Chains album)

Live is a live album by the American rock band Alice in Chains. It was released on December 5, 2000 on Columbia Records.

Live (James Taylor album)

Live is singer-songwriter James Taylor's first live album. Released in 1993, this double CD presents selections from 14 shows during a November 1992 tour. Live peaked at number 20 on Billboard magazine's Billboard 200. It has sold over one million copies and is certified 2x platinum.

A single-album version of highlights of this double album called Best Live was also released. There are two different versions of this album. A 17 track version was released in 1993. A shorter 12 track version was released on June 21, 1994.

Live (Golden Earring album)

Live is an album by Dutch rock band Golden Earring, released in 1977.

Live (Robert Rich album)

LIVE (1984) is an Ambient music album by the Robert Rich. This is the first live album recorded by Rich.

This is the only solo album by Rich to be released on cassette only. Each release of this album features a clipping from Rich's own EEG chart.

Live (Blind Guardian album)

Live is the second live album by the band Blind Guardian. It was recorded during the Blind Guardian World Tour 2002/2003 in Tokyo, Stockholm, Lichtenfels, Venice, Düsseldorf, Milan, Florence, Barcelona, San Sebastián, Avilés, Madrid, Granada, Valencia, Bremen, Moscow, Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart.

Live (band)

Live (, often typeset as LĪVE) is an American rock band from York, Pennsylvania, composed of Chad Taylor (lead guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass), Chad Gracey (drums), and Chris Shinn (vocals). Live's original lead singer Ed Kowalczyk left the band in November 2009.

Live achieved worldwide success with their 1994 album, Throwing Copper, which has sold eight million copies in the U.S. The band had a string of hit singles in the mid-1990s including " Lightning Crashes", which stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 10 consecutive weeks and the Modern Rock Tracks (now Alternative Songs) chart for nine weeks from February 25 to April 22, 1995. The band has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. Their last three studio albums fared only moderately well in the U.S., but they continued to enjoy success in The Netherlands, South Africa, Australasia and Brazil.

When touring, Live have used additional musicians, most notably Ed's younger brother Adam Kowalczyk on rhythm guitar and backing vocals. British keyboard player Michael "Railo" Railton and guitarist Christopher Thorn of the band Blind Melon have also toured with Live.

On November 30, 2009, Taylor revealed that what had initially been termed a "two-year hiatus" was more likely the end of the band, due to what he felt were inappropriate actions by Ed Kowalczyk, which have resulted in a lawsuit being filed against him by the other three band members. Kowalczyk alleged that he wrote most of the music for Live and a new publishing arrangement had been accepted by all members of the group in 2006. In June 2011, Taylor revealed that he, Gracey and Dahlheimer were to reform Live without Kowalczyk, who confirmed that he would not work with the other three again. In March 2012, Shinn, formerly of the band Unified Theory, replaced Kowalczyk as lead singer. The band's first album featuring Shinn, The Turn, was released on October 28, 2014.

Live (Usher album)

Live is a live album by American singer Usher. It was recorded on October 15 and 16, 1998 in the singer's hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and released by LaFace Records on March 23, 1999. Both audio-only and video longform versions were released; it was distributed to break up the gap between Usher's second and third studio albums, My Way (1997) and 8701 (2001).

Live received generally negative reviews from critics; many criticized the poor live sound of Usher's voice on the album. Live reached number 73 on the Billboard 200, number 30 on the Top R&B Albums and number 3 on the Top Music Videos. The album has sold over 200,000 copies in the United States, and both the audio and video versions have been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Live (Sunny Day Real Estate album)

Live is a live album by American emo band Sunny Day Real Estate. A set list from the How it Feels to Be Something On tour, it was recorded on May 26, 1999, in Eugene, OR and released in the same year through Sub Pop. The VHS included the promo music videos for " Seven" and " In Circles".

Live (Guano Apes album)

Live is an album of live recordings by Guano Apes. It was released in 2003.

Live (Saxon album)

Live (also known as Live in Nottingham) is the first video album by the British heavy metal band Saxon. It was released in VHS in 1983 by PolyGram Videos. The video has not been released on DVD so far. Even so, it is available in full on YouTube and bootleg format / pro-shot. The video still brings some video clips recorded for the release of Power and Glory disc, as the title track, Suzy Hold On and Nightmare.

Live (Sedes album)

Sedes - live is the third album of Polish punk rock band Sedes

Live (Chizh & Co album)

Live is the second album by Russian rock band Chizh & Co originally released in 1994.

Live (Tanya Tucker album)

Live is the 13th released album by Tanya Tucker, but her first one recorded live in concert. She primarily performs live versions of songs that have been previously recorded in studio and released on her earlier albums. Three of the songs, however, had not appeared on any of her prior albums: "Somebody Buy This Cowgirl a Beer," "Pecos Promenade," and Robbie Robertson's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," which was made famous earlier by Joan Baez. However, a studio version of "Pecos Promenade" had been featured on the soundtrack to Smokey and the Bandit II and was a Billboard hit, peaking at #10 on the Country charts.

Live (Erykah Badu album)

Live is a live concert album by American singer Erykah Badu, released in 1997 (see 1997 in music). Released in the fall of 1997, with her debut album Baduizm released earlier that year, Live quickly went double platinum with the radio hit "Tyrone".

Live includes cover versions of songs by Chaka Khan ("Stay"), Roy Ayers ("Searchin'") and a medley of Heatwave's " Boogie Nights", The Mary Jane Girls' "All Night Long", and Funkin' for Jamaica (N.Y.) by Tom Browne.

The album was nominated for Best R&B Album at the 1999 Grammy Awards, while the track "Tyrone" was nominated for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.

Live (311 album)

Live is the only live album by 311. Recorded during the Transistor tour. Notable for Chad Sexton's 2 minute, 47 second drum solo during "Applied Science." The album was apparently recorded on September 17, 1997 at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana. During "Misdirected Hostility", Hexum alters the lyric "Now it's '95 and I'm Ginseng" to "Now it's '97 and I'm Ginseng" (he uses the current year whenever playing it live) and also alters the lyric "not thee dread-locks" to "in New Orleans" at the end of "Who's Got the Herb?". At the end of "Feels So Good", SA Martinez addresses the crowd with "What's up New Orleans".

Live (X Cert)

Live (X Cert) is a live album by The Stranglers released in 1979. It contains tracks recorded at The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm in June and November 1977 and at Battersea Park in September 1978.

It captures the raw punk sound of the band prior to the more experimental music of their fourth album, The Raven. It also contains some amusing between-song audience baiting and provides a fairly accurate picture of the Stranglers' live sound during this period.

CD Reissues were augmented with extra live tracks recorded at The Nashville in 1976, and The Hope and Anchor, Islington in 1977.

The album spent ten weeks on the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 7. It was the band's fourth album release, and their fourth consecutive UK top ten album.

Live (Our Lady Peace album)

Live is Canadian alternative rock band Our Lady Peace's first live album. It was recorded during their cross-Canadian "Fear of the Trailer Park" tour in support of their 5th studio album, Gravity. The dates recorded for this album included January 27, 2003 and January 28, 2003 in Calgary and Edmonton, Canada; and on February 5, 2003 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was released on June 24, 2003 by Columbia Records. A DVD of the performances was released on November 11, 2003.

The first track segues in from the faint sounds of a hidden track from Spiritual Machines.

Live (The Mars Volta EP)

Live is the first officially released live recording from the band The Mars Volta. The EP was released in limited quantities in 2003 and is now difficult to find. Due to this, the EP has become a collectors item among fans, sometimes selling for up to $150 on eBay . The first two tracks were recorded live at the XFM Studio in London, 2003. The last two tracks were recorded at the Electric Ballroom in London on July 9, 2003.

The jam in "Drunkship of Lanterns" later became part of "Cygnus...Vismund Cygnus" from Frances the Mute.

The album artwork is from the fable of Arachne (also Arachné). It has also been used as the backdrop during the band's live performances.

Live (Korn DVD)

Live is a double DVD live release that was recorded in the Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios during their 2002 " Untouchables" tour. It also features some live tracks from their self-titled album, and albums Life Is Peachy, Follow the Leader, and Issues, as well as part of their cover of Metallica's " One" that was later performed for 2003 Metallica's " MTV Icon" special in its entirety. The second DVD features the same show, but from alternate angles, as well as some behind-the-scenes material. This release has been certified gold by RIAA.

Live (Alison Krauss album)

Live is the eleventh album, and first all-live album, by Alison Krauss and Union Station. All of the songs except "Down to the River to Pray" (performed at Austin City Limits) were recorded at The Louisville Palace April 29–30, 2002. The album was released on November 5, 2002.

Live (Zebra album)

Hard rock band Zebra, known for their legendary live shows, released the album Live in 1990. The recordings are taken from various shows they performed on Long Island in November 1989. It features six songs from their debut album, two songs from No Tellin' Lies, three from 3.V, and a single Led Zeppelin cover (a practice they are well known for).

Live (The Bouncing Souls album)

Bouncing Souls Live is a live album by New Jersey punk rock band The Bouncing Souls. It was released on November 22, 2005. The album is the band's first full-length live release, although it did previously release a live EP, Tie One On.

Live (Bad Brains album)

Live is a live album from hardcore punk & reggae pioneers Bad Brains. It was recorded in early 1988 and features a complete set of blistering punk rock as well as a few funk selections from their most recent album at the time, the influential I Against I. One reggae track is featured – an extended version of "I & I Survive". Day Tripper, a Beatles cover appears on some editions.

Live (Happy Mondays album)

Live was the first official live, and overall sixth, album by the British band Happy Mondays, recorded live at Elland Road stadium, Leeds, England on 1 June 1991.

Many bootleg recordings of Happy Mondays were coming out at the time. This is the same show as the Baby Big Head Bootleg Album, which was sufficiently popular that the band released it officially.

The album is viewed with disdain by many, who see it as an attempt to cash in on the proliferation of live bootleg recordings of the time. Others view the album as a fascinating document of a band who defined the Madchester era, delivered in superior sound quality compared to that of the many bootlegs.

Live (Generation X album)

' Live 'is a live album from punk rock band Generation X. Recorded on December 13, 1980 at Hatfield Polytechnic, the soundboard tapes remained unreleased and presumed lost forever until fortuitously discovered by guitarist James Stevenson almost twenty-five years later. The album features the band playing a series of cover versions, several of which are featured for the very first time on record.

Live (Natalie MacMaster album)

Live, a double album by Natalie MacMaster, was released in 2002 on the Rounder Records label.

Live (Sweetbox album)

Live is a live CD and DVD by Sweetbox. It was recorded on Christmas Eve 2005, in Seoul. The DVD contains video footage of the concert as well as behind the scenes footage, the "Addicted" music video and information about the group's history, discography and band members. The CD portion of the package contains an audio version of the concert.

Live (The Sounds EP)

Live EP is a live extended play by The Sounds, which was released on 30 May 2006 as an iTunes exclusive. It contains the following tracks recorded live from their Dying to Say This to You album.

Live (industry sampler)

Live (Industry Sampler) is a live album by American alternative rock band Caroline's Spine. The collection features songs recorded live at various venues. It was only released for a short time and not to the average consumer.

Live (Ednita Nazario album)

Live is the 13th album of Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario and her first live album. It was recorded during a sell-out presentation at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in 1993.

The album was released on March 12, 1994.

Live (Luciano)

Live is a 2000 reggae album by Luciano, the Jamaican second-generation roots reggae artist and poet.

Live (Włochaty album)

Live is the second album of Polish punk rock band Włochaty. The album had been released by MegaCzad label without permission of the band. It included songs recorded during 1993 Jarocin Festival.

Live (Klaus Schulze album)

…Live… is the twelfth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1980, and in 2007 was the twenty-sixth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. The album contains recordings from concerts in Berlin in 1976 (according to record sleeve, but may actually be a studio recording from 1977), and Amsterdam and Paris in 1979. The CD version of "Sense" has been extended from the original LP and now includes a lengthy introduction which did not feature in the original release. "Dymagic" includes a vocal performance by Arthur Brown, similar to the one found on Dune, the last studio album before the tour.

Live (Running Wild album)

Live is a live album by German heavy metal band Running Wild which was recorded on their 2002 tour.

Disc 1

  1. "March Of The Final Battle" - 02:16
  2. "Welcome To Hell" - 04:38
  3. "Bad To The Bone" - 05:33
  4. "Lead Or Gold" - 06:04
  5. "Riding The Storm" - 05:15
  6. "When Time Runs Out" - 06:07
  7. "The Brotherhood" - 07:21
  8. "Soulless" - 05:43
  9. "Blazon Stone" - 05:21

Disc 2

  1. "Crossfire" - 04:58
  2. "Metalmachine Solo" - 03:02
  3. "Kiss Of Death" - 04:15
  4. "Uaschitschun" - 05:32
  5. "Unation" - 06:20
  6. "Victory" - 06:25
  7. "Prisoners Of Our Time" - 05:10
  8. "Purgatory" - 06:23
  9. "Soulstrippers" - 05:19
  10. "Under Jolly Roger" - 04:41
Live (The Black Crowes album)

Live is a live album by The Black Crowes, released on August 20, 2002. It was produced by Rich Robinson and recorded at the Orpheum in Boston, MA on October 30 & 31, 2001 (the last two shows before the band went on hiatus for a few years).

Live (Five.Bolt.Main album)

Live is the second release by the nu metal music group Five.Bolt.Main. The live album was released on October 10, 2006 via Rock Ridge Music. The album features one unreleased song ("Just My Luck") and a cover version of the Flaw track "Only the Strong". The album was recorded at a performance in the band's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky (2006).

Live (Meat Loaf video)

Live is a live video of Meat Loaf, recorded at the Wembley Arena in London, on April 29, 1982. According to a misprint on some versions, the songs "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "Read 'Em and Weep" were also performed, but neither song was ever released.

Live (Metal Church album)

Live is the first (and only) live album of heavy metal band Metal Church. Only the track "Start the Fire" was previously released in the late 1980s, albeit with a different mix and possible studio treatment, on a compilation album called Time to Rock.

Live (Fleetwood Mac album)

Live is a double live album released by Fleetwood Mac in 1980. It was the first live album from the then-current line-up of the band, and the next would be The Dance from 1997. The album was certified gold (500,000 copies sold) by the RIAA in November 1981.

Of particular note are three new songs — Christine McVie's "One More Night", Stevie Nicks' "Fireflies", and a well-harmonized backstage rendition of the Beach Boys' "The Farmer's Daughter". The latter two were released as singles, but only "Fireflies" charted. "Don't Let Me Down Again" is a song from the Buckingham Nicks album. Also notable are two Lindsey Buckingham guitar showcases. The first, "I'm So Afraid", was popular as a concert finale during this period. The second was Buckingham's take on former Mac guitarist Peter Green's signature number, "Oh Well" (originally a 1969 single release).

Live (Poco album)

Poco Live is the tenth album, and second live album, by the American country rock band Poco. The material for this album had been recorded for Epic Records shortly after the Cantamos album, but it was not released until over a year later, after Poco's switch to ABC Records and success with the Head over Heels album. The release of this album (April 1976, Epic) produced confusion in the marketplace over whether this or Rose of Cimarron (May 1976, ABC Records) was Poco's newest album, helping sales of Poco Live and hurting sales of Rose of Cimarron.

Live (City and Colour album)

Live is a live CD/DVD set from City and Colour, side project of Dallas Green, one of the vocalists and guitarists of the band Alexisonfire. It was released on March 6, 2007. A limited edition has also been released at the same time. It included a USB key with footage from MMVA and Much on Demand performances.

Live (Deftones album)

Live is an extended play by American alternative metal band Deftones, featuring all of the live tracks that were previously released on the two-part CD single for " My Own Summer (Shove It)". It was released on April 10, 1998 by Maverick Records.

Live (Elkie Brooks album)

Live is an album by Elkie Brooks. Recorded live on tour in 1999 and 2000, it was released on CD in 2000 through JAM Records.

Since the album was only available on tour, it was not chart eligible.

Live (Kix album)

Live is the title of a live album by the glam metal band Kix. It was released in 1993 on Atlantic Records.

Live (Thunder album)

Live is the first full-length live album from British hard rock band Thunder, edited from four performances at Shepherds Bush Empire in London and the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton in November 1997. The accompanying CD booklet has photos of the performances by Ross Halfin. The album is also bass guitarist Chris Childs' first appearance on a Thunder album.

The setlist weighs heavily on the first two (and most successful) studio albums, with eight tracks from Back Street Symphony, six from Laughing on Judgement Day and three each from Behind Closed Doors and The Thrill Of It All.

Live (Saint Vitus album)

Live is a live album by Saint Vitus recorded on November 10, 1989 at Germany's Circus Gammelsdorf. The album was released in 1990 on Hellhound Records. It was re-released by Southern Lord Records ( SUNN43) in 2005. This was the final release to feature singer Scott "Wino" Weinrich until he rejoined Saint Vitus some years later, performing on their 2012 album Lillie: F-65.

Live (Terri Hendrix album)
Live (Face to Face album)

Live is a live album released by the punk band Face to Face in 1998, recorded in Los Angeles in September 1997.

Live (Candlemass album)

Live is the first live album by Swedish doom metal band Candlemass released in 1990.

Live (Eurythmics video)

Eurythmics Live is a live concert video by the British pop/rock duo Eurythmics, filmed during their Revenge Tour in Sydney, Australia, on 14 February 1987.

Live (The Sensational Alex Harvey Band album)

Live was the first live album (fourth album overall) by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, and was originally released in 1975. The album was released separately on CD, but it can be hard to find. However, the album is widely available on a 2 in 1 album. The other album being The Penthouse Tapes. This album also features a cover version of the Tom Jones song " Delilah".

Live (Soft Cell album)

Live is a live album by Soft Cell. The album was released on October 7, 2003 and was recorded throughout Spring 2003 in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, London and Brussels during the group's tour in support of the album Cruelty Without Beauty.

Live was reissued on June 27, 2005 with the title Say Hello, Wave Goodbye: Live on the Music Club label (MCCD573). This edition featured completely new artwork, including alternative live photos and a new essay by Adam Woods of Music Week magazine.

Live (Godsmack DVD)

Live is a live and the first DVD released by the band Godsmack. Released in 2001, the DVD has been certified Gold by the RIAA, with access sales of 50,000 copies in the United States. The DVD was filmed at Centrum in Worcester, in Worcester, Massachusetts on March 2, 2001.

Live (Weir/Wasserman album)

Live is an album by Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman. It was recorded in the fall of 1988, except for one track, "Eternity", which was recorded in the summer of 1992. The album was released in 1998.

Live (Vanessa Paradis album)

Live is the fourth album by Vanessa Paradis and her first live album. It was also her last album until Bliss. The album was recorded on her Natural High Tour and is unique for featuring a large number of English songs when compared to her other live albums and tours.

Live (Northern Pikes album)

Live is the second live album by The Northern Pikes released in 2000. The album was released independently.

In 1999, Virgin Records asked the band members for their input on a "greatest hits" package. The band decided to do a short promotional tour following the release of Hits and Assorted Secrets 1984-1993, but found themselves enjoying the more relaxed independence of making their own schedule that they continued touring.

The album Live was recorded on this tour over three nights in April 2000 in North Bay, ON, Wakefield, PQ, and Toronto, ON. It featured the song "Out of Love" which was unreleased at the time but would appear on their next studio album, Truest Inspiration.

Live (The Dubliners album)

Live is an album by The Dubliners recorded live at the Fiesta Club, Sheffield and released on the Polydor label in 1974. This was to be Ronnie Drew's last recording with The Dubliners for five years as he left to pursue a solo career. Also following this album, Ciarán Bourke ceased to be a full-time member of the group when he suffered a brain hemorrhage. He sings "All for Me Grog" here. The reels that open this album (and which first were released on the group's 1967 studio album A Drop of the Hard Stuff) have become the opening instrumental medley at most of their concerts since.

Live (Blondie album)

Live is the second live album by the band Blondie released in 1999 in the US and in 2000 in the UK.

Live (Donny Hathaway album)

Live is a 1972 live album (see 1972 in music) by American soul artist Donny Hathaway. It was recorded at two concerts: side one at The Troubadour in Hollywood, and side two at The Bitter End in Greenwich Village, Manhattan.

The album features some traditional soul anthems, such as Marvin Gaye's 1971 hit " What's Going On", but also Carole King's pop standard " You've Got a Friend".

There are two notable solos on the album, one on the track " The Ghetto" by Hathaway on electric piano and another by Willie Weeks on bass on the track "Voices Inside (Everything Is Everything)", taken from the performances recorded at The Troubadour and at The Bitter End accordingly.

Live (Crvena jabuka album)

Live is the title of the second live album recorded and released by the Sarajevo-based pop band Crvena jabuka. It was recorded during a 1997 concert at Dom Sportova in Zagreb, not to be confused with the Uzmi me (kad hoćeš ti), album recorded at the Zagreb Sports Arena in 1989.

The album contains two new tracks from U tvojim očima, "Bijeli Božić" and "Sad je srce stijena". On "Bijeli Božić" there is a guest appearance by Plavi orkestar member Saša Lošić.

Live (Lela Tsurtsumia album)

LIVE - Lela Tsurtsumia is the first live recording of famous Georgian singer Lela Tsurtsumia. This show was recorded in TV-imedi studios. on Live Lela appears with her live band. This is the first Georgian official postproduction. Album was released as DVD and CD

Live (Big Star album)

Live, is a live album by American power pop group Big Star recorded in 1974 direct to two-track at Ultrasonic Studios, New York for WLIR and released in 1992.

Live (Ian McLagan album)

Live is the first live album by former Small Faces and Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan, recorded live with his backing group, The Bump Band, at the KUT Studios in Austin, Texas.

Live (The Fabulous Thunderbirds album)

Live is a 2001 live album by Texas based blues rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Recorded on the evening of February 16, 2000, the concert made history somewhat for becoming the first ever to be broadcast over the internet using high-definition cameras. It was also released on DVD titled "Invitation Only". Some versions of the album are titled "This Night in L.A.".

Live (Lara Fabian album)

Live is Lara Fabian's first live album and fourth in total. The album was released in 1999.

Live (Champion album)

Live is a live recording by Champion et ses G-Strings (live moniker for DJ Champion and his guitarists), released in 2007 on Saboteur Records. The package contains two discs, one in CD format and one in NTSC DVD format with no region coding. The album features a live performance featuring tracks from Champion's 2004 debut album, Chill'em All.

Live (Apocalyptica DVD)

Live is the first official Apocalyptica DVD which consists of a recorded show in Munich, on the 24th of October, 2001. It only includes tracks from the first 3 albums: Plays Metallica by Four Cellos, Inquisition Symphony and Cult.

Live (Mott the Hoople album)

Mott The Hoople Live is a 1974 album by British band Mott the Hoople recorded during their debut US performance at the Uris Theater (Gershwin) on Broadway in Manhattan, New York City, United States, with Queen as the opening act. A remastered and expanded 30th Anniversary Edition was released by Sony BMG on the Columbia label (516051). The release of the album in its original form in 1974 coincided with the announcement of the band's demise and it was, therefore, their final release. It was a single disc album in its original format but the addition of thirteen extra tracks has seen it expand to a double CD package.

The original release peaked at No. 32 in the UK Albums Chart.

Live (Simon Webbe album)

"Live" is a live performance album released by former Blue band-member and singer-songwriter Simon Webbe, made available on May 28, 2007, exclusively via the Concert Live website. The album was recorded live at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. The album was also made available to download straight after the concert performance. The album contains a variety of tracks, covering his entire scareer, including tracks from his time with Blue, both his solo albums, and covers of other artists, such as The Rolling Stones, Oasis, The Killers and Muse, as well as new tracks pencilled to be included on his upcoming third studio album.

Live (UFO album)

Live is the third album by the band UFO. It was the group's first live recording and was initially released only in Japan in 1971 entitled U.F.O Landed Japan. The album was later released abroad in 1972 onward with different titles, such as UFO Live in Japan and UFO Lands in Tokyo.

It features the original lineup of the band with Mick Bolton on guitar, and consists of blues covers and songs from their first two space-rock albums. All of the tracks are in a jam-oriented style which is very different from the aggressive, song-oriented style they would be later known for. It was the last album to feature Mick Bolton on guitar, he would be replaced with Michael Schenker.

The album was reissued on the Flying, The Early Years compilation, along with all of the band's other pre-Schenker work.

Live (Return to Forever album)

Live is the final album by fusion band Return to Forever. It was recorded live at the Palladium in New York City on May 20 and 21 1977 as part of the Musicmagic tour to support the album of the same name. This was the only tour to feature the Musicmagic (1977) lineup, which included original members Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, and Joe Farrell, along with newly added member, Chick Corea's wife, Gayle Moran on vocals, piano and organ, and a six-piece horn section.

Originally released as a single LP, the album was re-issued in 1978 as a 4-LP set called Return to Forever Live: The Complete Concert, which contained the full concert as heard by those who attended, including extended sections of dialogue and audience applause.

Live (13th Floor Elevators album)

Live is a 1968 studio album by the American psychedelic rock band the 13th Floor Elevators. In an interview the band cited that the album was essentially made up of studio outtakes that were overdubbed with phony cheering and applause. The album is lowly regarded and was put together by the International Artists label to make extra money with little to no input from the band.

At the time of its release it was hailed as "one of the finest releases of the year" in Mass Media. Allmusic gave it a two and a half stars rating, describing it as "an often laughable collection" but also noting that it contained "several excellent early performances".

Live (Bill Frisell album)

Live is a live album by Bill Frisell released on the Gramavision label. It was released in 1995 and features a performance by Frisell, Kermit Driscoll, and Joey Baron recorded on Recorded 27 October 1991 at Terceros Encuentros de Nueva Musica, Teatro Lope de Vega, Seville, Spain.

Live (Roxy Music album)

__NOTOC__ Live is a double live album by English art rock band Roxy Music, released in 2003. Their fourth official live album, it contains performances from a variety of venues on their 2001 reunion world tour, and represents the entire set list from those concerts. Live was packaged in a Digipak case, with "Both Ends Burning" featured as an enhanced visual element.

Live (Reverend EP)

Live is the 1992 EP by heavy metal band Reverend. This is Reverend's only live offering to date. It is also the last release before the band temporarily broke up, although they reformed in 2000. Most of the songs on this EP come from Reverend's full-length releases, with one ("The Power of Persuasion") coming from Reverend's EP debut.

Live (Lau album)

Live is a live album by contemporary folk three-piece Lau, released April 28, 2008 through Navigator Records.

Live (Jean-Luc Ponty album)

Live is a live album by French Jazz-Fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty, released in 1979. It was reissued on Atlantic Records on CD in 1990 and 1992.

Live (New Grass Revival album)

Live is a live album by New Grass Revival, recorded June 3, 1983 in Toulouse, France, and released in 1984. It was the first New Grass Revival album to include Bela Fleck and Pat Flynn.

Live (Split Lip Rayfield album)

Live or Split Lip Rayfield Live is the first live album from the bluegrass/ punk band Split Lip Rayfield. It was recorded live on New Year's Eve of 2003 at The Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas. It contains music from their first three albums and the music is significantly faster than the studio-recorded versions.

Live (Spock's Beard album)

Live is a DVD and 2-CD set released by American progressive rock band Spock's Beard. The two versions are only available separately.

It is a live album that features the entire concert played by the band at Zoetermeer, Netherlands, on May 25, 2007. It is also the second live album released by the band after the departure of Neal Morse, and is the first one recorded for DVD without the presence of the band's former frontman. Morse recorded his own live album Sola Scriptura and Beyond at the same venue the following night Spock's Beard recorded this album.

Release dates were varied: June 13, 2008 for Austria, Germany, Switzerland, June 16, 2008 for the rest of Europe and June 24, 2008 for North America.

Live (New Riders of the Purple Sage album)

Live is an album by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. It was recorded live at the Palomino in North Hollywood, California on September 21 and November 20, 1982. It was released on the Avenue Records label on February 14, 1995. The album is sometimes referred to as Live (1982).

The Palomino shows were recorded not long after David Nelson and Buddy Cage had left NRPS and Rusty Gauthier had joined, a major change in the band's lineup. John "Marmaduke" Dawson was the only remaining original member at this time. Dawson and guitarist Allen Kemp, separately or together, wrote eight of the eleven songs on the album. Also featured are Billy Wolf on bass and Val Fuentes, who was previously in the band It's a Beautiful Day, on drums.

Live showcases a harder rocking sound than on the New Riders' previous albums. In subsequent years the Dawson / Gauthier New Riders would adopt a partly electric and partly acoustic style of music that was influenced less by rock and more by folk and bluegrass.

Live (The Clarks album)

Live is the first live album by Pittsburgh rock band the Clarks, released in 1998.

Live (Cassandra Wilson album)

Live is a jazz album by American singer Cassandra Wilson, released in 1991.

Live (String Sisters album)

Live is a live album from the international music group String Sisters. The CD/DVD was recorded on the group's Norway tour in 2005/6 and was released in November 2007. Live features traditional and newly composed sets arranged and written respectively by the band members.

The album was released in 2009 by Compass Records in North America and at the end of that year was longlisted for a Grammy award. Live missed the shortlist, but bandmember Liz Carroll was nominated for another project.

Live (The Black Keys album)

Live is a concert video by American rock band The Black Keys. It was released on October 4, 2005. and was recorded at The Metro Theatre in Sydney, Australia on March 18, 2005.

Live (Smoking Popes album)

Live is a live album by the Chicago-based pop punk band the Smoking Popes, released January 31, 2000 through Double Zero Records, a record label founded by the band's former drummer Mike Felumlee. After the band's breakup in December 1998, Double Zero released several albums of previously recorded Smoking Popes material, including 1991–1998, Live, and The Party's Over. Live was recorded November 25, 1998 at the Metro Chicago.

Live (YU Grupa album)

Live is the first live album by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU Grupa.

Although the band previously appeared on various artists live albums Kongres rock majstora (1975) and Legende YU Rocka (1988), Live is their first official live album. The first ten tracks on the album were recorded on the band's concert in Dom Omladine in Belgrade, in December 2005, while the last six tracks were recorded on the band's unplugged concert in Studio M in Novi Sad, in January 1996.

Live (Margaret Urlich album)

Live is the third solo album by Margaret Urlich, released in 1994. Live was recorded on Urlich's sold out 1992/1993 tour in support of her Chameleon Dreams album. One studio recording, the ARIA Award nominated " Where Is the Love" (a duet with Rick Price), is included as the final track on the album.

Live (Iron Butterfly album)

Live is the first live album by Iron Butterfly, released in 1970. The last album to be recorded with the longstanding quartet of Brann, Bushy, Dorman, and Ingle, it is the only Iron Butterfly album which does not feature more than one lead vocalist. It was a commercial hit, reaching #20 on the Billboard album charts.

Live (Tabitha's Secret live album)

Live is a live album by the American Alternative rock band Tabitha's Secret. The album was released in 1999.

Live (D.R.I. album)

Live is a live album by the Crossover Thrash, hardcore punk band, Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, recorded at the Hollywood Palladium in November 1994.

Live (1987 Manhattan Transfer album)

Live is the ninth album released by The Manhattan Transfer. It was recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall in Japan on 20 & 21 February 1986. It was released in 1987.

This was the group's second live album, and the first live album with Cheryl Bentyne in the group.

Live (NEWS album)

LIVE is the fourth studio album released by the Japanese boy group NEWS. The album is certified gold for a shipment of 100,000 copies and even top the Oricon chart.

Live (Goribor album)

Live is an official bootleg album by the Serbian alternative rock band Goribor recorded live in Bor in 2003 and released by the Croatian record label Slušaj Najglasnije! in 2004.

Live (Peatbog Faeries album)

Live is the first (and only) live album by Scottish celtic fusion band Peatbog Faeries, released in 2009 by Peatbog Records. It is a compilation album of live tracks from two of the band's concerts in their 2008 tour, and is the band's first album to have been released in a digipak.

It was released in April 2009 to enthusiastic reviews. Craig Harris of Allmusic said the band's "loudly-lauded, energetic live show was captured for posterity" on the album. Adrian Denning gave the album a score of seven and a half out of ten, saying the album is "all in all not quite perfect on record yet Peatbog Faeries just can't help but impress you all the same." Band on the Wall said it "presents the “exciting Peatbogs’ sound” that is thrilling audiences and listeners the world over."

Live (Jesus Jones album)

Live is an extended-play single by British band Jesus Jones, recorded in the US in 1989/1990 and released in 1990 in the US only. It is also considered an extended play due to its length.

Live (Sade video)

Live Concert Home Video is a live video album by English band Sade, released on 22 November 1994 by Epic Records. It was filmed during the last two shows of the band's Love Deluxe World Tour at the SDSU Open Air Theatre in San Diego, California on 2 and 3 October 1993.

Live (Junior Walker album)

Live is an album by soul and funk artists Junior Walker and the All-Stars released in 1970 on the Tamla Motown label.

Live (Corneille album)

Live is a live double album of Corneille, that was released in 2005 and reached #9 in the French Albums Chart, staying 35 weeks in the chart.

Live (Blood, Sweat & Tears album)

Live is a live album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, that was recorded in 1980 and released on compact disc in 1995 by Avenue Records through Rhino Records. This album was recorded at the Street Scene in Downtown Los Angeles on October 12, 1980. This set was recorded five years after the Live In Concert/Live And Improvised album. The band's hit songs included in this collection were compressed into a 15-minute medley instead of the full-length versions that were included on their previous live album. The rest of the songs here are from the Nuclear Blues album they were touring to support at the time of this recording. One exception was an -minute version of "Gimme That Wine" that was originally released on the Brand New Day album in 1977.

Live (T.S.O.L. album)

Live is a live album by the American rock band T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty), recorded January 17, 1988 at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, California and released later that year through Restless Records. It includes performances of songs from the band's three prior studio albums— Change Today? (1984), Revenge (1986), and Hit and Run (1987)—as well as two cover songs, one of The Doors' " Roadhouse Blues" and one of Bob Dylan's " All Along the Watchtower". Founding guitarist Ron Emory left the band after this album, leaving bassist Mike Roche as the only remaining original member.

Live (Shawn Colvin album)

Live is the second live album from Shawn Colvin. It was released on Nonesuch Records on June 23, 2009. |= Recorded July 28-30, 2008 Yoshi's San Francisco

Live (Gipsy Kings album)

Live is the first live album by the Gipsy Kings, released in 1992 in Europe and the US. Both versions of the release are identical.

Apart obviously from the "Intro", newly released on this album are the songs "Odeon" and "Fandango".

Live (Lycia album)

Live is a live performance album by Lycia, released in 1994 by Projekt Records.

Live (All Sons & Daughters album)

Live is the first live album by the duo of All Sons & Daughters, and the album released on April 23, 2013 by Integrity Music. The album was produced with One Sonic Society member Paul Mabury.

Live (High Rise album)

Live is a live album by High Rise, released on October 25, 1994 through P.S.F. Records.

Live (Jonas Brothers album)

LiVe is the second live album by Jonas Brothers and their final release as a band. It has been released on November 26, 2013 in the US exclusively in their website. The album was stylized as LiVe, with a "V" as number five in the Roman numeral, a reference to the original project, the cancelled fifth studio album. It was recorded between July 23 and August 16, 2013 at Mohegan Sun Arena and Gibson Amphitheatre during the final tour.

Live (Wise album)

Live was the second album by reggaeton singer and composer Wise released in 1998.

Live (Nik Bärtsch album)

Live is a live album by Swiss pianist and composer Nik Bärtsch's band Ronin recorded in Switzerland in 2002 and first released on the Tonus Music label.

Live (Jake Shimabukuro album)

Live is Jake Shimabukuro's 2009 solo album. It was released in April 2009, and consists of live in-concert performances from various venues around the world, including New York, Chicago, Japan, and Hawaii.

Live peaked at number 5 in Billboard's Top World Music Albums in 2009 and 2010. The album won the 2010 Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Instrumental Album of the Year, and also garnered Shimabukuro the award for Favorite Entertainer of the Year. In addition, it won the 2010 Hawaii Music Award for Best Ukulele Album.

AllMusic noted that, "Shimabukuro is a monster musician and boldly takes the ukulele where no ukulele has ever gone before, dazzling listeners with his blinding speed, melodic invention, and open-ended improvisations of remarkable virtuosity. Before Shimabukuro, the idea of spending an evening listing to a solo ukulele player was probably most people's idea of hell, but the 17 solo efforts here never bore. They show Shimabukuro's range and his humor as well."

Live (Johnny Mathis album)

Live is a live album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released in October 1984 by Columbia Records and includes performances of some of his classics (" Misty", " The Twelfth of Never", " Chances Are"), songs from recent albums (" Begin the Beguine", " Memory", " Orange Colored Sky"), and three previously unrecorded songs (described below) that have not appeared on a Mathis studio album since.

On October 24, 1995, the album was released for a second time on compact disc as part of a 3-disc set that also included Mathis's 1959 studio album Heavenly and the 1977 stereo reissue of 1958's Johnny's Greatest Hits.

Live (Superfly song)

"Live" is a song by Japanese pop-rock act Superfly. It is the first new song by the project following their 2012 album Force, and serves as the band's 17th single. It was released on May 14, 2014, on standard and limited edition versions.

Live (2014 film)

is a 2014 Japanese horror mystery suspense film directed by Noboru Iguchi and starring Yuki Yamada which was released on 10 May, 2014.

Live (The Merry-Go-Round song)

"Live" is a 1967 The Merry-Go-Round song, written by Emitt Rhodes, from the band's self-titled debut album. The song was a regional hit, and later covered by The Bangles, also for their debut album.

Live (Front Line Assembly album)

Live is a live album by Canadian industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 1989. The album contains recordings from the Gashed Senses & Crossfire tour in Europe. It was released only on vinyl and limited to 4.000 numbered copies. A few copies contained a tour poster.

The album was recorded during Front Line Assembly's first show in London in July 1989 which was probably not well attended. Thus "the recorded sound of the crowd cheering had to be edited and recycled from track to track just to give the sonic illusion of a packed room."

Live is known for its bad sound quality about which the band later expressed their discontent. Rhys Fulber did not even consider it a proper Front Line Assembly release. "The first one really doesn't count", he said in an interview in 1996 with Sonic Boom Magazine, comparing Live to the then upcoming live album of the Hard Wired tour.

Live (Oslo Gospel Choir album)

Live is a 1990 live album by Norwegian gospel choir Oslo Gospel Choir. It is their first album and features Sissel Kyrkjebø as guest on three songs.

This album was recorded during some concerts in the Trinity Church in Oslo, Norway.

Live (Ben Folds Five album)

Live is the first official compilation of live material by the band Ben Folds Five. It was released on June 4, 2013 via Ben Folds' own ImaVeePee Records and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment.

The album is a compilation of live recordings taken during the band's world tour in support of their reunion record, The Sound of the Life of the Mind.

Live (Nekropolis album)

Live is a live performance album by Nekropolis, released in 1983 by Schneeball.

Live (Paul Baloche album)

Live is a live album from Paul Baloche. Integrity Music released the album on April 1, 2014.

Live (RJ Thompson album)

Live is the 2016 live album by British singer-songwriter RJ Thompson. It was released on 4 July 2016 and serves as the follow-up to his 2014 EP House Upon The Hill. Part of the live album was recorded during RJ's tour with Jools Holland, and other tracks were recorded at his concert at the Sage, Gateshead in 2015. The album was mastered by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road Studios.

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So I will but bid thee be comforted and abide in thy love for the living and the dead.

In fact, upon hearing that certain masters were dissecting living nymphs in order to ascertain the cause of their madness, he formally abjured his Profession of Faith and quit the Scientists.

These protected the main bodies by a process of ablation so that to the opposition each man appeared to flare up under fire like a living torch.

Such persons may be accustomed to luxurious living, and there is evidently a predisposition to abnormal activity of the alimentary functions.

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.

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.

A swarm of birds-gulls and ternswas wheeling over half an acre of water that seemed to be aboil with living things.

Manning a month, when Mum began to complain about all the Aborigines living in the swamp.

Binah, elected to live in the Peninsula, since the greatest concentration of intelligent aborigines now resides there.

She lived such an athletic life that she often had abrasions and cuts where a surfboard had clipped her.

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.

StregaSchloss on the end of a moth-eaten damask curtain was a bad idea, or maybe the sight of the Borgia money going to such an undeserving home had simply robbed the estate lawyer of the will to live, but miraculously his abseiling suicide attempt didnt kill him.

The people hauled in to testify about why they voted absentee offered a vivid picture of the fierce loyalties, rough politics, and economic pressures that shaped the lives of Arkansas hill people.