Left may refer to:
- Left (direction)
- Left (Hope of the States album), 2006
- Left (Sharlok Poems album)
- Left-wing politics, the political trend or ideology
- Left (Austria), a movement of Marxist-Leninist, Maoist and Trotskyist organisations in Austria
Other articles related to "left":
... Lungs Right Lung Right and Left Lung Left Lung Right and Left Lung. ...
... right ventricle and into the pulmonary arteries, and less flows through the foramen ovale to the left atrium ... The blood from the lungs travels through the pulmonary veins to the left atrium, increasing the pressure there ... decreased right atrial pressure and the increased left atrial pressure pushes the septum primum against the septum secundum, closing the foramen ovale ...
... When the Greeks left without killing Ajax, despite their sacrifices Athena became so angry that she persuaded Zeus to send a storm that sank many of their ... When Ajax finally left Troy, Athena hit his ship with a thunderbolt, but Ajax still survived, managing to cling onto a rock ... and so great was their faith in him that when they drew up their army in battle, they always left one place open for him, believing that, although invisible to them, he was fighting for and among them ...
... Young Left (Ung Vänster) is the youth organization of the Swedish Left Party. ...
... From right to left, they are bass bridge, "right bridge", tenor bridge, "left bridge", and the chromatic bridge ... During playing, one is supposed to strike the strings on the left side of the bridges ... "chromatic bridge" are struck on the right, and strings on the "left bridge" can be struck on both sides of the bridge ...
Famous quotes containing the word left:
“There is left us
Ourselves to end ourselves.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Power and violence are opposites; where the one rules absolutely, the other is absent. Violence appears where power is in jeopardy, but left to its own course it ends in powers disappearance.”
—Hannah Arendt (19061975)
“Someone hangs in the sky
over there from a piece of rope,
hammering and fitting Gods belly-scratcher,
working his way up along the spire
until theres nothing left to nail on”
—Alfred Wellington Purdy (b. 1919)