47 adverbs to describe how to « live » | Collocation dictionary
Ten patients livedalone, and 19 patients had a past history of psychiatric disorder.
In this paper we study whether BMI at baseline is associated with livinglonger, and/or with more years of being healthy, in a cohort of older adults for whom risk factors, subclinical disease, and morbidity are well characterized.
Two of the nine liveoverseas.
Yet even this angry landowner wound up livinghappily ever after with the Endangered Species Act.
Where will they spend this anniversary of the event that altered their livesforever?
I've livedclose to the edge."
Finally, as an American livingabroad, I was struck in reading Faludi's interviews how resonant they are with issues of self-worth and self-image among men here in Britain.
Immigration If you're thinking about livingpermanently in New Zealand, read the Migration section of the New Zealand Immigration Service website.
There's an old man who livesnearby, a fanatical member of the local hunting fraternity.
On Meet the Press , Susan Estrich fumed that those who dared to pursue the question would "tear people's livesapart based on a plausible allegation."
Pennyroyal repels fleas and other insects - put some in your dog's kennel (if your dog is unfortunate enough to liveoutside!)
If there are no rules for livingpeacefully in an ethnically mixed society, what do we do now?
The son of fashionable Parisian modistes , dealers in hats and accessories, Corot livedcomfortably on a trust fund until he himself became the fashion, both among wealthy industrialists (who treasured his visions of the very rural serenity they were threatening) and among the rising young stars of the impressionist generation--Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro--who revered "Papa Corot," even as he disdained their "blinding use of color."
Thirty-year interest rates are back down near 6 percent, after trading close to 6.5 percent, and they would not be there if bond traders--for whom vigilance about inflation is a cardinal law--thought the Fed was letting us all livehigh on the hog by printing lots of greenbacks.
But there are people all over America living livesquietly on the fringe.
Estimated at 81,000 in the 18th century, they now number some 27,000, livingmostly in the eastern half of the Northwest Territories.
On the other hand, if you livefrugally, then you can obviously afford to pay more taxes.
Rather than thinking as "cowboys" who consider the planetary resources infinite, we now need to think as "cosmonauts" who must livesustainably in spaceship "earth" or face possible extinction.
The Long Run of LivingDangerously The last two weeks in Indonesia, culminating in the resignation of its longtime autocrat, President Suharto, have been exhilarating, especially for the thousands of activists who succeeded in pushing him out.
These may be the end of the '80s we're now livingthrough, but I would argue that the '90s as a culturally distinct decade (the Internet aside) does not exist.
Livednext to a grape arbor.
He or she liveslocally so is able to give you an informative and lively commentary.
They've been livingtruly on the fringe, in a succession of communes and finally alone in a tiny cottage in the northern California woods, though Mary has made sure never to drop completely from sight.
As well as being a major user of technology we are a leader in introducing technology-based solutions to help make our customers liveseasier.
Morality comes from the sense of empathy and the internalized standards that allow people to liveharmoniously in groups.
My father played and I livednear to a golf course, so we just started out by looking for golf balls and I eventually got hold of a golf club and started whacking one around on the golf course.
People who act differently, people who livedifferently.
Meeting monthly at Home and Family this group aims to help people livesuccessfully with their partners children.
Livingdeliberately means to operate as a creative source - at least within the confines of a certain domain of reality.
All livingdownstairs with bedrooms upstairs.
So, for example, at least 10% of the living biomass on earth consists of bacteria livingdeep in the oceans' sediments: it would take more than an asteroid impact to disturb them.
When he started out in show business, he was something of a lefty, livingbriefly on a quasisocialist commune in New Jersey, sending money to striking Mexican lettuce pickers, and naming Stalin and Gandhi as his favorite human beings in a survey in 1933.
As for taxes--I would gladly give half my income to live in a country without desperate poverty and homelessness, with good schools and health care and child care for all who need it, with real environmental protection and good public services, and in which people who work for a living earn enough to livedecently, as in this country too many full-time workers do not.
Now livingsecretly in Belgium with his family, Salih said the oil smuggling involved close cooperation between Iran and Iraq, even though they were officially enemies.
Help me to see and know the importance of Your Holy Spirit livingdaily inside of me and controlling the affairs of my life.
A week later, when a reporter pointed out that the peace plan was dead, Clinton insisted that the Kosovars must nonetheless be allowed to return home and livesafely.
There are only two acceptable accents for a contemporary American leader--Sincere Southern (favored by Bill Clinton and every other pol who's ever livedsouth of New York) and Flat Corporate (preferred by CEOs).
Jesus is alive in South Park, in Auckland and in every part of life showing us how to livefreely and fully.
The pair do not look Jewish, and this, combined with Tania's charm, enables them to evade capture, even as they liveopenly yards from the Warsaw ghetto.
In glasshouses they overwinter in the structure of the house or in litter, and if new crops are grown they may become active again earlier than mites livingoutdoors.
Among multicellular organisms, insects as a group form exceptionally diverse associations with microbial associates, including bacteria that liveexclusively within host cells and undergo maternal transmission to offspring.
Then people could livecloser to where they work and shop, burn less gasoline when they commute by car, and more often be able to walk.
Most are livingnorth of Otago-Southland and a few are abroad in Australia, Britain and Singapore.
The term "slice of life" has come to mean dreary naturalism, but for the superb Richard LaGravenese, who wrote and directed LivingOut Loud , that slice includes fantasy, fairy tale connections, sultry musical interludes, bridges that lead out, and bridges that lead nowhere.
Apart from the few Malays in the settlements’ rural communities of Province Wellesley and the Melaka hinterland, most still livedinland along the middle reaches of the rivers, away from the coastal marshlands dominated by the orang laut pirates.
They cannot walk,nor flap their wings and they liveinside without sunshine for their whole short, pitiful lives.
Our study has demonstrated that relatively small degrees of loss of cognitive skills in patients at the mild-to-moderate stages of the disease leads to an increased risk of losing the ability to liveindependently.