• 2012 also saw the publication of Spitalfields Life, a book adapted from the very successful blog of the same name, in which ‘the gentle author’ (who is anonymous) writes about, and celebrates, the lives of the men and women who live and work in the East End community of Spitalfields.
  • Wikipedia: East End of London
  • A closely related variant lives in eastern Asia including Japan.
  • Wikipedia: Common toad
  • A ground-to-air missile fired by insurgents in Fallujah hit the Chinook transport helicopter Vega was in; she was one of 16 soldiers who lost their lives in the crash that followed.
  • Wikipedia: Military history of Puerto Rico
  • A number of Welsh writers have drawn on the lives of the quarrymen for their material, for example the novels of T.
  • Wikipedia: Slate industry in Wales
  • A replica engraved with the names of the 29 sailors who lost their lives replaced the original on the wreck.
  • Wikipedia: SS Edmund Fitzgerald
  • Although his name is not widely recognised, Zwingli's legacy lives on in the basic confessions of the Reformed churches of today.
  • Wikipedia: Huldrych Zwingli
  • Although impressed with the casualty figures touted by the chroniclers, he believed the battle brought no monumental changes to the lives of the English people.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Towton
  • Although Osiris himself lives on only in the Duat, he and the kingship he stands for will, in a sense, be reborn in his son.
  • Wikipedia: Osiris myth
  • As the game proceeds, flashbacks occur showing events in Harris and Klebolds' lives which may have caused them to commit murder; real life events are compressed into the game's timeframe for narrative purposes.
  • Wikipedia: Super Columbine Massacre RPG!
  • As with Scott's characters, Rastignac epitomizes, in his words and actions, the Zeitgeist of the time in which he lives.
  • Wikipedia: Le Père Goriot
  • Aside from the show's supernatural elements, a historical consultant deemed Carnivàle's historic accuracy to be excellent regarding the characters' lives and clothes, their food and accommodations, their cars and all the material culture.
  • Wikipedia: Carnivàle
  • At its height in the mid-19th century, when it was dominated by the Lees and Jones families, Oldham coal was mainly sourced from many small collieries whose lives varied from a few years to many decades, although two of the four largest collieries survived to nationalisation.
  • Wikipedia: Oldham
  • Feeling that the PNM's policies were in harmony with his views on improving the lives of black people, and encouraged by his wife, Constantine stood for election in the parliamentary constituency of Tunapuna in 1956.
  • Wikipedia: Learie Constantine
  • Ford, who attended the King's School and still lives in Eastrea near Whittlesey.
  • Wikipedia: Peterborough
  • He believes that by exposing the kids to high culture he will improve their lives.
  • Wikipedia: Sideshow Bob
  • He used the books to help him write responsa, answering questions asked of him regarding how Jews could live their lives in accordance with Jewish law under the extreme conditions imposed by the Nazis.
  • Wikipedia: Beth Hamedrash Hagadol
  • In a final montage, McNulty gazes over the city; Freamon enjoys retirement; Templeton wins a Pulitzer; Carcetti becomes Governor; Haynes is sidelined to the copy desk and replaced by Fletcher; Campbell appoints Valchek as commissioner; Carcetti appoints Rawls as Superintendent of the Maryland State Police; Dukie continues to use heroin; Michael becomes a stickup boy; Pearlman becomes a judge and Daniels a defense attorney; Bubbles is allowed upstairs where he enjoys a family dinner; Chris serves his life sentence alongside Wee-Bey; the drug trade continues; and the people of Baltimore go on with their lives.
  • Wikipedia: The Wire
  • In all his biographies he insisted on including what others would have considered trivial details to fully describe the lives of his subjects.
  • Wikipedia: Samuel Johnson
  • In Basse Casamance, the rice cycle structures the lives of the population and plays a central economic and religious role.
  • Wikipedia: Carabane
  • In Central America and Mexico, the main vector species lives both inside dwellings and in uninhabited areas.
  • Wikipedia: Chagas disease
  • In the lore of Sierra Leone's indigenous people, the often bizarre rock formations near which the White-necked Rockfowl lives were believed to house ancestral spirits.
  • Wikipedia: White-necked Rockfowl
  • In these works, colonialist attitudes are reproduced by Manning's stereotyping of Catholic southerners as wild, primitive and undisciplined, while northerners live lives of well-ordered efficiency.
  • Wikipedia: Olivia Manning
  • In Utah, the painted turtle lives in an area to the south (Kane County) in streams draining into the Colorado River, although it is disputed if they are native.
  • Wikipedia: Painted turtle
  • It is non-migratory and, unlike the Turkey, Lesser Yellow-headed and American Black Vulture, it generally lives alone or in small family groups.
  • Wikipedia: King Vulture
  • It is the stories that tell about the previous lives of the Buddha, in both human and animal form.
  • Wikipedia: Borobudur
  • Like the Virashaiva movement of the 12th century, this movement presented another strong current of devotion, pervading the lives of millions.
  • Wikipedia: Vijayanagara Empire
  • Manchester's first multi-millionaire John Rylands and his wife Enriqueta Augustina Rylands lived at Longford Hall in Stretford in the later parts of their lives.
  • Wikipedia: Stretford
  • Many notable individuals have survived polio and often credit the prolonged immobility and residual paralysis associated with polio as a driving force in their lives and careers.
  • Wikipedia: Poliomyelitis
  • Most bivalves adopt a sedentary or even sessile life style, often spending their whole lives in the area in which they first settled as juveniles.
  • Wikipedia: Bivalvia
  • Oryzomys couesi lives on the ground and is semiaquatic, spending much time in the water, as Alston in his original description already recognized, but is also a good climber.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys couesi