I found one way to do it with cherry-picking:

git checkout master
git checkout -b feature-x
# ....
git commit -am "finished feature"
git checkout master
git cherry-pick feature-x
git checkout live
git cherry-pick feature-x

This seems to work, but is it the correct way to do it? Maybe I should
still use merge to pull it into "master" and use cherry-pick for

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