Mr. Singh is alive, thankfully, but he is currently hospitalized with extensive internal injures.
That's almost twice as many years as you've been alive, so relax.
The good news is the Feds realize that they have to be alive to the risks and be aware of repeating the Japanese experience.
My aunt Sadie, God bless her, gave us some kind of a stipend that kept us alive.
Here's another fact: Islamophobia is alive and well in America.
If Bukatski were alive, he would let out his tongue now at their expense.
Do you think, if I were alive, I would let any man rob me of the savings of my life?
Only the gleam of his curious pink eyes, told that he was alive.
He came home with me, and, far from having perished at sea, is now alive and well.
"My brother might have been alive now if only he had taken his quinine," said Jim.
c.1200, from Old English on life "in living." The fuller form on live was still current 17c. Alive and kicking "alert, vigorous," attested from 1859; "The allusion is to a child in the womb after quickening" [Farmer]. Used emphatically, especially with man; e.g.:
[A]bout a thousand gentlemen having bought his almanacks for this year, merely to find what he said against me, at every line they read they would lift up their eyes, and cry out betwixt rage and laughter, "they were sure no man alive ever writ such damned stuff as this." [Jonathan Swift, Bickerstaff's Vindication, 1709]Thus abstracted as an expletive, man alive! (1845).