1 When captured, he said, Frederick should be boiled alive.
2 Nowhere was there any trace of Henry Jekyll, dead or alive.
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3 It seemed now hours and hours since she had left the lost man lying in the grave where he had been buried alive.
4 But, the expectation among the people that the man would be found alive was very slight indeed.
5 Front-de-Boeuf was burnt alive for a less matter, for he kept a good table for his prisoners, only put too much garlic in his last dish of pottage.
6 Crippled for ever, knowing he could never have any children, Clifford came home to the smoky Midlands to keep the Chatterley name alive while he could.
7 It was obvious in the anxious brightness of his eyes, how proud he was, after the great shock, of being alive.
8 It would be wonderful to be intelligent: then one would be alive in all the parts mentioned and unmentionable.
9 Since, of course, it's not your own fault you are alive.
10 Once you are alive, money is a necessity, and the only absolute necessity.
11 And they were there, the short-stemmed flowers, rustling and fluttering and shivering, so bright and alive, but with nowhere to hide their faces, as they turned them away from the wind.
12 The slim little chick was greyish brown with dark markings, and it was the most alive little spark of a creature in seven kingdoms at that moment.
13 The trees stood like powerful beings, dim, twilit, silent and alive.
14 She felt the front of his body terribly near to her, and alive.
15 Another self was alive in her, burning molten and soft in her womb and bowels, and with this self she adored him.