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Live - lives or life ?
to live (verb)
I live in France.
Peter lives in England.
state of living
plural of life
I read a book about the life of Shakespeare
Many people lost their lives in the war.
We watched the live coverage of the Formula I.
We really saw a live rattlesnake.
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