No, died 1987 of enlarged heart
Jessie James, who was born in September of 1847, was an outlaw from the Wild West era. Although he was infamous while he was alive, he became a legend after his death in April of 1882.
He should have let the South go. The Confederate States would have returned to the Union one-by-one in 20 or 30 years and on the Union's terms. We would have universal health care now. We would not have the animosity between North and South that existed until recently. Civil rights would have been advanced by 50 or 60 years or more. And we would not have killed off more young Americans than in any other war.
they played baseball
They play soccer and stuff!
they did not play at all they worked
The play Antigone suggests that Ismene is still alive at the end of the play, but we are never told if she is dead or alive.
Yes; all his contemporary guitar players still play! AND he was the best!
When the ball is in the air and still alive
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Child's Play wife of Chucky is a doll, and a fictional character. She was never alive.
Wendy White has written: 'Play by the rules'
is santa still alive...i think yes, hiding in the back corners of life itself he hides waiting for young and lifeless corpses to play with!
She used to me a man
There are more people than one alive at the end of the play. Fortinbras is still alive, since he delivers the last line. Horatio is usually also still alive (except in one production where Fortinbras had him shot). The English Ambassador (and other ambassadors if any) is still alive. Osric is usually still alive (but not in the Kenneth Branagh film). And of course there are all kinds of characters who are alive offstage--we usually count Rosencrantz and Guildenstern's offstage death, so why not them?
The Wendy house is called after the house the Lost Boys create for Wendy in Peter Pan, but children have been creating little dens for play for hundreds of years.
Flea, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, plays the trumpet