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live

mod. cool; great. Everything’s live! No problem!
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And that country, where the Winkies live, is ruled by the Wicked Witch of the West, who would make you her slave if you passed her way.
Now we shall never have anything more to wish for as long as we live.
I don't understand how one can live with such ideas.
I lived for men on the pretext of living for God, while she lived for God imagining that she lives for men.
There was no thought in his mind of ever intending to live on it.
You have lived at all only because of those before you, now long in the dark, who worked so that the tribe might live and you might come to be.
These misguided people sacrificed their own lives wantonly, very often made our own plans go astray, and retarded our organization.
Hammond from up the river came down and said she'd take me, seeing I was handy with children, and I went up the river to live with her in a little clearing among the stumps.
They have got to live a man's life, pushing all these things before them, and get on as well as they can.
Certainly, sir, if ever man deserved a young lady, you deserve young Madam Western; for what a vast quantity of love must a man have, to be able to live upon it without any other food, as you do?
This is an evil among all things that are done under the sun, that there is one event unto all; yea, also the heart of the sons of men is full of evil, and madness is in their heart while they live, and after that they go to the dead.
Here people understood that a man is in duty bound to live for himself, as every man of culture should live.
On the upper floor I live, with a room to work in, a room to sleep in.
I told him I did not wonder that his father was as he had described him, for that his head was a little touched before I went away; and principally his disturbance was because I could not be persuaded to conceal our relation and to live with him as my husband, after I knew that he was my brother; that as he knew better than I what his father's present condition was, I should readily join with him in such measure as he would direct; that I was indifferent as to seeing his father, since I had seen him first, and he could not have told me better news than to tell me that what his grandmother had left me was entrusted in his hands, who, I doubted not, now he knew who I was, would, as he said, do me justice.
Many lost their lives that way; all of them experienced terrible falls, saving themselves by clutching branches as they fell toward the ground.