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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

live

[līv]
(communications)
Being broadcast directly at the time of production, instead of from recorded or filmed program material.
(electricity)

live

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

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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org, a news site about digital media located in Santa Monica, guesstimates there are about 500 independent bloggers making a living off their Web sites.
Peters was found guilty of eight charges of living off the immoral earnings of prostitution and sentenced to 18 months in prison last December.
There are a lot of people who have made a very large living off of exploiting African American culture and selling some of the most cartoon-like fashions of it, from stand-up comics to filmmmakers and rappers.
There were higher investment yields at the time, so to some extent, insurers might have been living off their equity portfolios.
Anyway, they're going to be living off the Queen full-time, which gives her another opportunity to prove how sadly hopeless she is at imposing any order on her unruly brood.
PEOPLE are being urged to "run for remembrance" in Nuneaton - to help war veterans reduced to begging and living off the streets.
A December article in the Village Voice posed the question inevitably asked of all serious artists who manage to make a living off their work: "So, did they sell out?
Instead of living off the interest, these fishermen want to mine the capital," he says.
2 million in Canada, with 79% living off the reserve and 250,000 on the reserve.
Under AHRDS, HRDC has allocated more than $200 million for job creation, but only a fraction of that amount will be spent to help Aboriginal people living off reserve, Thomas said.
The former record producer, who is worth about pounds 10 million, said his tax bill for last year was so low because he had no income for the period and was living off his savings.

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