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Live And Learn »
(we learn from our mistakes; if bad things happen, we learn from it and continue...)

Live And Let Live »
(one should be careful to not hurt others...)

Live Beyond One's Means »
(spend more money than one is able to earn...)

Live In An Ivory Tower »
(not understand how most people live their lives...)

Live It Up »
(have fun; enjoy yourself...)

Live On Borrowed Time »
(something is going to catch you...)

Live Out Of A Suitcase »
(not have one's own place to store one's things; be homeless...)

Live Within One's Means »
(only buy things that one can afford...)

People Who Live In Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones »
(don't criticize other people when you yourself have faults and weaknesses...)

A New Lease On Life »
(that person will live longer than was believed...)

A Place To Call Your Own »
(a place to live or work where you are the owner...)

Bear One's Cross »
(live with a burden...)

Get Along On A Shoestring »
(be able to live while spending very little money...)

Get By On Something »
(able to live or survive with only that thing...)

Immediate Occupancy »
(it is possible to move in and live there right now...)

Settle Down »
(relax; calm down; live a more relaxing life; stop moving...)

Shack Up With Someone »
(live together with that person...)



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