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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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The 2nd annual Day of Aliveness event is a great start for anyone interested in taking advantage of what they have to offer and benefit themselves and those around them.
Passatismo becomes in Marinetti's vision of potentialized, vitalized life the sickness that signals less aliveness.
Joy is within you, the aliveness that flows through you.
Musicology as I experienced it felt very distanced and removed from a sense of aliveness and performativity, it was an inactive process of gazing at composer's lives and their works without any real engagement from me.
bodily feeling, a sensation of aliveness, a quickness in the air, the
When we move with the body's design, we experience physical sensations of joy and aliveness.
Case-in-point brings a degree of reality and aliveness into the classroom so students have material to work with.
Like Black, I have recognized in my own body the kinship between music and religious ritual in the power of each to generate passion, as aliveness and even spiritual awe (tapping Heggen's earlier essay on poetry, Lorca's duende).
I am overflowing with aliveness for the things I love.
Where the Wild Things Are, smallness (Gulliver's Travels), lightness (Peter Pan) and the aliveness of the inanimate world (Pinochio), are discussed with an eye to what they reflect of the child's mind and to their potential to help adults once again feel like kids.
we resist intense emotional aliveness because we are afraid it will hinder us in various "practical" ways.
Dynamics--especially micro-dynamics--provide a greater sense of aliveness on the MFSL.