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He has no living relatives.
She's arguably the sexiest living film star.
Their religion is based on a respect for all living things.
Living conditions for the troops are relatively comfortable.
She's living proof that anyone can succeed in this business.
the worst storm in living memory
You must never tell a living soul about this.
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a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job
a small round hat worn by Jewish men
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Definition of living from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.