Long Live

Some articles on long live, long:

Long Live The Weekend
... "Long Live the Weekend" is the third single from The Living End's fourth album, State of Emergency ... Despite this, "Long Live the Weekend" did not enter the top twenty – whilst the earlier two singles from the album entered the top ten – peaking on the ARIA charts ...
Chen Shui-bian Corruption Charges - Arrest and Detention
... Long live Taiwanese democracy ... Long live Taiwanese independence." On 12 November 2008, Taiwan Affairs Office of the PRC in a routine press conference denied the allegation describing it as a "rumour" ... his cuffed hands up for journalists and shouted "Political persecution! Long live Taiwan!" Prosecutors, led by Investigation spokesman Chen Yun-nan, filed a detention request with ...
Sadam - Execution
... Not long before the execution, Saddam's lawyers released his last letter ... Long live our nation.. ... Long live our great struggling people.. ...
Long Live Love (Chris Andrews Song) - Also
... Sandie Shaw's own non-English renderings of "Long Live Love", the song was recorded in 1965 as "Kiva, kiva rakkaus" by Marion Rung, "Leve kärleken" by Lill-Ba ... In 1992 Nick Berry recorded "Long Live Love" to be the follow-up single to his hit version of the theme from the TV series Heartbeat Berry's version of "Long Live Love", which ... "Long Live Love" has also been recorded by its composer Chris Andrews, as well as Jessica Andersson in 2009 and Tracey Ullman ...
Declaration Of Ukrainian Independence, 1941 - Text
... Long live the Ukrainian Sovereign United Ukraine! Long live the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists! Long live the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian people – STEPAN ...

Famous quotes containing the words live and/or long:

    However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are richest.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    For decades child development experts have erroneously directed parents to sing with one voice, a unison chorus of values, politics, disciplinary and loving styles. But duets have greater harmonic possibilities and are more interesting to listen to, so long as cacophony or dissonance remains at acceptable levels.
    Kyle D. Pruett (20th century)