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alive

(ə-līv′)
adj.
Having life; living.

a·live′ness n.

alive

(1) Live (referring to electricity).
(2) Not dead.

ALIVE

AIDS
AIDS Linked to Intravenous Experience  A trial which periodically assessed the seroconversion rate of a community-based cohort of 2960 IV drug users recruited in Baltimore in 1988–1989.

Cardiology
(1) AzimiLide post-Infarct surVival Evaluation A study designed to test the efficacy and safety of azimilide (Stedicor®) in preventing sudden death due to arrhythmia post myocardial infarction (MI).
Conclusion Azimilide was safe and effective atrial fibrillation therapy in patients with depressed LV function after an MI. 
(2) Adenosine Lidocaine Infarct Zone Viability Enhancement A trial comparing amiodarone to lidocaine in prehospital ventricular fibrillation evaluation.

ALIVE

AIDS A clinical trial–AIDS Linked to IV Drug Use which periodically assessed the seroconversion rate of a community-based cohort of 2960 IV drug users recruited in Baltimore in 1988-1989. See AIDS, CD4, HIV Cardiology
1. A series of trials–Azimilide Postinfarct Survival Evaluation–designed to test the efficacy and safety of azimilide–Stedicor® in preventing sudden death due to cardiac arrhythmia in post-MI Pts. See ASAP.
2. A clinical trial–Adenosine Lidocaine Infarct Zone Viability Enhancement.

a·live

(ă-līv')
Living; perceptive mentally.
[M.E.]
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As a result of an interesting research focused on the genetic basis of living/nonliving distinction, it was reported that aliveness concept was an innate category organized in semantic memory [26].
a powerlessness at the state of things, a resignation, a sadness, a feeling of complete desperation at times in the pervasive feeling of absence and loss, and yet also present at other times, there is a kind of joy in his own energy of thinking and feeling, his aliveness, in remembering Anna, of still feeling her presence and her impact in his thoughts, in his life.
The sculptural imagination, on the other hand, fixes its traces in stone for other eyes to see and hands to feel, and for this reason the European tradition of covering the interiors of churches with leaves and branches provides one of the best records of the imaginative leap into aliveness that the word chimera promises.
Wenger, McDermott, and Snyder (2002) discuss the need to create a sense of community across many venues and to create the sense of aliveness among the members of what they call "communities of practice.
In the process, they will enact our core institutional value of "celebrating diversity," illuminate the richness and complexity of the California experience, and convey the immediacy and aliveness of the past.
The sixty-two poems and prose pieces in this anthology trace the collective's growth in confidence and militant consciousness, and vividly reflect the magazine's outstanding characteristics: pride in female identity, aliveness to the issues being addressed in the women's movement world-wide; and above all, a vivid concern with the hardships and injustices suffered by Namibian women in their daily lives and intimate relationships .
He turned within and called for help and found himself floating in a pool of clear light filled with a sense of aliveness so deep and strong that he knew beyond any doubt that there was no separation between himself and the world.
Surrendering to Spirit, I asserted that I was willing to be present to exactly what I was experiencing right now, which was an openness, an aliveness and a desire to respond to the nudging to make this connection.
And there are other forms of nonhuman aliveness in this book.
Drawing upon recent philosophical reflections from Europe and in particular what has come to be called, after Foucault, biopolitics, I will be making a series of arguments about aliveness and death in the manifestos.
It allows you to recognize the aliveness within your body.
There's a passion, a presence, and a curiosity with a lot of gay people that I meet, and that aliveness is such a special quality to me.