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live

1. (esp of a volcano) not extinct
2. of a record
a. recorded in concert
b. recorded in one studio take, without overdubs or splicing
3. connected to a source of electric power
4. being in a state of motion or transmitting power; positively connected to a driving member
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live

[līv]
(communications)
Being broadcast directly at the time of production, instead of from recorded or filmed program material.
(electricity)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

live

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

(1) An event that is broadcast or recorded as it happens. See real time.

(2) See Windows Live, Office Live and Samsung Gear Live.
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Students who want to live off campus must be in good disciplinary standing to be accepted, and it is unlikely that students with a record of college or residence hall probation will be granted permission to live off campus.
Members who live off base and pay child support will receive BAH at the "with dependents" rate.
"It's pretty good money, but I don't think many of these guys could live off of that money alone," he said.
Matrimonial specialists said the Appeal Court's decision set women back more than 50 years as it encouraged them to sit at home and live off their partner.
Does the writer realise the damage they may have inadvertently caused to the wildlife that live off the caterpillars and moths, as people rush out to kill, kill, kill?
For better or worse, large ballet companies live off their old Russian and French story ballets--Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Giselle.
We can not live off their trade and ignore their interests or the hubris will be ours.
They live off the taxpayer on a peppercorn rent of pounds 70 a week at luxurious Kensington Palace, the former home of Diana.
Of course, you can hike wilderness areas and try to live off the land, but the game that once populated the West is gone, and the hunting of what is left is highly regulated, if allowed at all.
In the military, cash given to those who live off base is counted as part of one's income in determining food stamp eligibility.
In Mexico, some 5 million people, or about 5% of the population, live in villages considered too remote for grid extension; in Brazil some 20 million live off the grid.