LiVES

LiVES

LiVES (LiVES Editing System) ( /ˈlaɪvz/) is a free video editing software and VJ tool, released under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later. There are binary versions available for most popular Linux distributions (including Ubuntu, Gentoo, Debian, Fedora, Suse, Slackware, Arch Linux and Mandriva). There are also ports for BSD, and it will run under Solaris and IRIX. It has been compiled under OSX Leopard, but not thoroughly tested on that platform

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Burghfield - Institutions - War Memorials
... are a number of war memorials in the parish, which commemorate the local lives lost in the two great wars At St.Mary's Church, Burghfield, memorial no.7784 ... A stone cross 5m high listing the names of 37 men who gave their lives in the first world war ... died in the first world war, and 8 men who lost their lives in the second world war ...
Nobody Lives For Ever
... Nobody Lives for Ever (published in American editions as Nobody Lives Forever), first published in 1986, was the fifth novel by John Gardner featuring Ian Fleming's secret agent ...
Parallel Lives - Biographies - Key To Abbreviations
... to the first complete English translation of Plutarch's Lives ... Gutenberg Project Gutenberg contains several versions of 19th-century translations of these Lives, see http//www.gutenberg.org/catalog/world/authrec?fk_authors=342 and http//www.gutenb ... (published 1914‑1926) of part of the Moralia and all the Lives see http//penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Plutarch/home.html These translations are linked with L in the table below ...
Police 911 - Promotions
... they can receive growing time increments to start, followed by additional "lives", with the highest rank rewarding the player with 100 additional lives—however, considering that the timer ...
Lives Of The Most Eminent English Poets
... Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets (1779–81) was a work by Samuel Johnson, comprising short biographies and critical appraisals of 52 poets, most of whom lived during the eighteenth century ... Six of the Lives have been singled out as the most "important" John Milton, John Dryden, Alexander Pope, Joseph Addison, Jonathan Swift, and Thomas Gray ... One of the lives, Richard Savage, was previously printed as Life of Mr Richard Savage in 1744 ...

Famous quotes containing the word lives:

    It is a tribute to the peculiar horror of contemporary life that it makes the worst features of earlier times—the stupefaction of the masses, the obsessed and driven lives of the bourgeoisie—seem attractive by comparison.
    Christopher Lasch (b. 1932)

    Because it’s not only that a child is inseparable from the family in which he lives, but that the lives of families are determined by the community in which they live and the cultural tradition from which they come.
    Bernice Weissbourd (20th century)

    However diligent she may be, however dedicated, no mother can escape the larger influences of culture, biology, fate . . . until we can actually live in a society where mothers and children genuinely matter, ours is an essentially powerless responsibility. Mothers carry out most of the work orders, but most of the rules governing our lives are shaped by outside influences.
    Mary Kay Blakely (20th century)