Live may refer to:
- Live birth
- Live vaccine
- Live wire (electricity)
Other articles related to "live":
... 1990s In 1994, rock band The Flaming Lips live recorded their cover version, for the 23rd volume of Warner Brothers Recordings promo series Soil X Samples, which released the following year. 2000s In 2002, post-hardcore band The Blood Brothers live covered "Under Pressure" for the 31G Queen tribute album Dynamite With a Laser Beam Queen as Heard Through the Meat Grinder of Three One G ... Musician Keller Williams released his version on his live album Stage (2004) ...
... total 34.52 deaths/1,000 live births male 37.56 deaths/1,000 live births female 31.33 deaths/1,000 live births (2010 est.) ...
... XX Years Live is the 14th release, and second live album, from American Christian rock band Resurrection Band (known at this time as "REZ"), released in 1992 ...
... They account for about 20,000 people and live mostly in Port-of-Spain and San Fernando ... There are also about 2,500 Arabs, originating from Syria and Lebanon who live mostly in Port-of-Spain ... around the Santa Rosa Carib Community and live mostly in and around Arima ...
... Another live version was recorded by Donny Hathaway on his 1972 Live album and the posthumously released These Songs for You, Live! ... performed the song during her 2008 tour and it also appears in her live DVD "Nine Dirts and Snow White Flickers" ...
Famous quotes containing the word live:
“You can marry Lorraine, my fortune will be restored to her, and you can live contentedly together ever after. Now thats a proper ending to a story, isnt it?”
—Garrett Fort (19001945)
“To finish the moment, to find the journeys end in every step of the road, to live the greatest number of good hours, is wisdom. It is not the part of men, but of fanatics, or of mathematicians, if you will, to say, that, the shortness of life considered, it is not worth caring whether for so short a duration we were sprawling in want, or sitting high. Since our office is with moments, let us husband them.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Every incident connected with the breaking up of the rivers and ponds and the settling of the weather is particularly interesting to us who live in a climate of so great extremes. When the warmer days come, they who dwell near the river hear the ice crack at night with a startling whoop as loud as artillery, as if its icy fetters were rent from end to end, and within a few days see it rapidly going out. So the alligator comes out of the mud with quakings of the earth.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)