Some articles on lived:
... and his wife, author Anne Morrow Lindbergh lived on Tokeneke Trail ... Actors and actresses who have lived in town include former resident Christopher Plummer, Kate Bosworth, Topher Grace, and Chloë Sevigny ... Jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan lived in Darien in later life and died there in 1996 ...
... The Ionides family lived there between 1838-64 ... Julian Cope, lead singer of band Teardrop Explodes, lived at 149a Tulse Hill during the late 1980s where, the Guardian newspaper says, he had 40 ft Scalextrix track and a huge ... Euan Uglow, artist Mick Jones, guitarist in The Clash, lived in Christchurch House on Christchurch Road with his aunt during his childhood years ...
... Jo Brand – comedienne lived in Mitcham Steve Brookstein – winner of the first series of TV talent show The X Factor ... Ray Harrington-Vail - environmentalist lived in Mitcham 1958 to 1981 Neil Howlett – opera singer, born in Mitcham Maxwell Knight – spymaster Chris Powell ... Shane Smeltz – New Zealand footballer lived in Mitcham when he played for AFC Wimbledon Alex Stepney – former Manchester United footballer and 1968 ...
... neighbors to the Dorians who at that time lived in the land now called Thessaliotis also the Pelasgians who once lived with the Athenians and then settled Plakia and Skylake in the Hellespont and along ... lands." Herodotus alludes to other districts where Pelasgian peoples lived on under changed names Samothrace and "the Pelasgian city of Antandrus" in the Troad ...
... Sometimes mitochondrial Eve is assumed to have lived at the same time as Y-chromosomal Adam, perhaps even meeting and mating with him ... Eve", Y-chromosomal "Adam" probably lived in Africa however, this "Eve" lived much earlier than this "Adam" – perhaps even some 50,000 to 80,000 years ...
Famous quotes containing the word lived:
“There was an old woman and she lived in a shoe,
She had so many children, she didnt know what to do.
She crummd em some porridge without any bread
And she borrowed a beetle, and she knocked em all on the head.
Then out went the old woman to bespeak em a coffin
And when she came back she found em all a-loffing.”
—Mother Goose (fl. 17th18th century. There was an old woman who lived in a shoe (l. 16)
“It was always the work that was the gyroscope in my life. I dont know who could have lived with me. As an architect youre absolutely devoured. A womans cast in a lot of roles and a man isnt. I couldnt be an architect and be a wife and mother.”
—Eleanore Kendall Pettersen (b. 1916)
“You have lived longer than I have and perhaps may have formed a different judgment on better grounds; but my observations do not enable me to say I think integrity the characteristic of wealth. In general I believe the decisions of the people, in a body, will be more honest and more disinterested than those of wealthy men.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)