Live [adjective]

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One Eastern Conference assistant who changed teams this offseason said that his wife and children are living more than 1,000 miles away because he felt it was safer not to move them to his new market.

The anthem is polarizing because we live in a polarized society.

Either way, this update is from a few months back and Google is now just announcing that it went live.

Google has updated us that passage ranking, as they are now properly calling it, went live on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, in the afternoon Pacific Time for queries in the US in English.

Conference rules prevented Puget Sound fans or families from attending the game, although 4,200 viewers tuned in via live stream.

When I’m not running in it, the Houdini Air lives in my hiking and spring-skiing bags.

During the day, those volunteers live out the highs, lows and in-betweens of their own lives in the shadow of the virus and the upheaval it’s caused.

Now, with a growing number of vaccines being used to hopefully end to the pandemic soon, league owners are planning for the unspecified time when they can begin hosting live events.

Google quietly announced that the “years in business” label is now live for businesses that want to display how many years they are in business within the Google Search local pack.

In a hospital level, for example, your flashlight wards off living mannequins, who freeze in their tracks if you shine a light on them.