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alive

[ə′līv]
(electricity)
(mining engineering)
That portion of a lode that is productive.

live

1. Connected to a source of voltage.
2. Said of a room having an unusually small amount of sound absorption.

Alive

account of cannibalism among air crash survivors. [Am. Lit.: Alive]

Alive

story of the survivors of plane crash in the Andes. [Am. Lit.: Alive]
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It requires the ability to design and teach as an expression of one's own self (Palmer, 1998), or how Alexander (1964; 1979; 2004) describes living structures as "being" i.e., having spirit, in essence drawing linkages between environment, self and matter, and showed that good fitting form has a quality of "aliveness" or "wholeness," which can be achieved through the "unselfconscious process."
In their research about aliveness, Caravita and Falchetti [25] addressed the question "Is a piece of bone taken from a live body also alive outside the body?" to the subjects.
There is an anger in Paul's feeling of incredulity--how can it be!--a powerlessness at the state of things, a resignation, a sadness, a feeling of complete desperation at times in the pervasive feeling of absence and loss, and yet also present at other times, there is a kind of joy in his own energy of thinking and feeling, his aliveness, in remembering Anna, of still feeling her presence and her impact in his thoughts, in his life.
The aliveness check means that, as far as the international team of scientists is concerned, ChemCam can begin its next task of transmitting photographic images of the rover as a system check.
Alive and creating: the mediating role of vitality and aliveness in the relationship between psychological safety and creative work involvement.
Again, there is no way to know--short of archival analysis of old home movies or interviewing adults, whose memories of their childhood emotional life may be compromised by years of distance--whether this idea of various states of aliveness is new.
An early start can "make you feel the exhilaration of your own aliveness," Sloan says.
Creating "aliveness." Traditional leadership focuses on structures and systems.
I am being born into a new sense of myself and my own aliveness: on the other side of the fear of death, on the other side of my insecurity, of my fear of living fully....
In the process, they will enact our core institutional value of "celebrating diversity," illuminate the richness and complexity of the California experience, and convey the immediacy and aliveness of the past.
The sixty-two poems and prose pieces in this anthology trace the collective's growth in confidence and militant consciousness, and vividly reflect the magazine's outstanding characteristics: pride in female identity, aliveness to the issues being addressed in the women's movement world-wide; and above all, a vivid concern with the hardships and injustices suffered by Namibian women in their daily lives and intimate relationships ...