Living may refer to:
- Life, a condition that distinguishes organisms from inorganic objects and dead organisms
- a living species is one that is not extinct
- Personal life, the course of an individual human's life
- Living wage, refers to the minimum hourly wage necessary for a person to achieve some specific standard of living
- Living or Benefice, in canon law, a position in a church that has attached to it a source of income
Other articles related to "living":
... She was a living prayer, a living advocate, a living center of power ... of people across the globe, and they in turn are her living legacy." President Barack Obama remarked after Shriver's death that she was "an extraordinary woman who, as much as anyone, taught our nation—and ...
... The apartment living rooms featured a dropped living room, developed by the Earle brothers, which set the interior apart from most others constructed around the same period ... rental brochure shows the dropped living room nearly entirely open to the entrance gallery traditionally the gallery was held as a different room ...
... Despite the popularity of the Living Greyhawk campaign, Wizards of the Coast did not produce much material for Greyhawk after the 25th anniversary Return to.. ... series of adventures, other than the Living Greyhawk Gazetteer and The Fright at Tristor ... Wizards of the Coast left the development of the Greyhawk world to RPGA's Living Greyhawk campaign and concentrated on producing new source books of expansion material for the core ...
... called biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes in living organisms, including, but not limited to, living matter ... The laws of biochemistry govern all living organisms and living processes ... the last 40 years biochemistry has become so successful at explaining living processes that now almost all areas of the life sciences from botany to medicine are engaged in biochemical ...
... Medical maggots represent the first living organism allowed by the Food and Drug Administration for production and marketing as a prescription medical device ... medicinalis (medicinal leeches) as the second living organism to be used as a medical devices ...
Famous quotes containing the word living:
leaf and blossom uncurl
and living things arrange their death,
while someone from afar off
blows birthday candles for the world.”
—Irving Layton (b. 1912)
“... living in England does not free the American the way living in France frees him because the french [sic] and the American do not have the sense of going on together, from the beginning they know that there is no going on together no past present and future ...”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“... the novel, as a living force, if not as a work of art, owes an incalculable debt to what we call, mistakenly, the new psychology, to Freud, in his earlier interpretations, and more truly, I think, to Jung.”
—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)