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- v. Present participle of survive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Remaining alive; yet living or existing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. still in existence
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According to Breus, all “lucheviki” – the Russian word surviving cleanup workers use for describing one another – have been left with one thing in common: illness and a lack of money to pay for medications.
Why not call it "surviving," or "discovering," or something at least with a pretense of meaning?
The real luck of the Irish is in surviving the weather.
And, certainly, they did some amazing things in surviving the Depression, fighting a truly evil enemy, and then helping to rebuild America.
Accordingly, disruptions resulting from human influence combined with unrelenting and lethal antipathy have created an impoverished environment that may not sustain surviving wolf populations into the future.
Small businesses surviving is an actual issue, not some made-up triviality.
And all that makes for living and surviving is good.
We can not possibly think that the same way of surviving is going to work.
Inflexibility in surviving the flux of natural processes?
Every zombie knows that the secret to surviving is knowing where the humans live and finding some to eat.
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