Como dizer "Os vivos e os mortos" em inglês

Como dizer "Os vivos e os mortos" em inglês
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Português: Os vivos e os mortos
Inglês: The quick and the dead

  • 1. Nonetheless, this revival is triumphant. In the theater there are, ultimately, two kinds of drama, the quick and the dead. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Belongs articulately and terrifyingly among the quick.

    2. As the saying goes, there are two types of gunslingers *, the quick and the dead.

    3. The gloomy prospect is not just a world, but a nation, divided between the solvent and insolvent, aka the quick and the dead.

    4. He ascended into heaven, He sitteth on the right hand of the God the Father Almighty; From whence he will come to judge the quick and the dead.
* Gunslinger, a gunman in the Wild West in the past. Macmillan Dict.

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GUNMAN is still used in everyday English.

A very good alternative to gunslinger is SHOOTIST. Today very few people use it, but it was common in the late 1800s. Yes, there was a very good John Wayne, Hugh O'Brien and Richard Boone film entitled "The Shootist" about an aging gunslinger who wants to die quietly but finds himself pushed into one last fight as he tries to keep a boy from following his footsteps.

During the invasion of France on 6 June 1944, I understand an American officer told his men, "There are only two kinds of men on this beach: the dead and those about to die." He encouraged them to leave the beach and go inland to be killed. But not in those words...
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Outra opção:

The living and the dead

Exemplo de uso:

Memorial Day: Honoring the living and the dead, in the spirit of 1869. []

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