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As one breathed on the paintings, they breathed back.
Our colleagues congratulated us on a job well done, and the committee members breathed a collective sigh of relief.
She breathed her last deep breath, then the bells rang.
It embedded itself in her lungs such that she could feel that there was something in there when she breathed in deeply.
The first amphibians breathed through simple lungs and their skin.
Hundreds of feet below, wispy steam breathed gently from the crater's throat.
The result was a multigenerational mashup that breathed fresh new life into an elegant, but fading style.
Oxygen is not a nutrient, since it is breathed in and not eaten, but it is essential to life.
One by one, the smokestacks and settlements that once breathed life into the district are coming down.
The goal was to have a piece that cut the wind and still breathed well enough to allow for comfortable uphill travel.
And now it seems new energy may be breathed into the line.
Unique interactive exhibits will explore how these giants ate, breathed, and moved in the prehistoric world.
There are people still living in those trailers which were shown to have certain poisons to be breathed by the occupants.
When he ran out of gas mixed for that depth, he switched to another that could be breathed safely only much closer to the surface.
The team breathed easier when the children started popping out of the dwellings surrounding the village center.
Always, it breathed life into the nightly, desultory job of serving dinner to a mostly appreciative family.
He hadn't closed the balcony door overnight, and when he breathed out a small cloud of vapor rose from his mouth.
He breathed audibly, glared at the reporter and stayed silent for several seconds.
Miners breathed it in on the job and wore it home on their clothes.
All trace of our being here, breathed in by the night's lips.
Susan clutched his suit and breathed deeply into it, as though by doing so she could give him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
Patients breathed into a machine that kept their exhalations at body temperature and circulated them over the sensing array.
Inhaling medications spares patients from injections, and certain drugs are more effective when breathed in.
As greens despaired, business lobbyists breathed a sigh of relief.
The speeches of the five candidates to be the party's next leader breathed a whiff of revival into the hall.
Investors in the much-publicised third-generation systems breathed a sigh of relief.
The facts are recorded and life breathed into them through loving detail.
But many now say they repent, and the righteous anger of the tea-partiers has breathed new fire into the party's belly.
The players breathed steam and huddled in blankets on the sidelines.
Some of the mice breathed in the ambient, particulate-filled air.
At the same time, other rats breathed continuously in a low-oxygen atmosphere that replicated conditions in mountainous areas.
He was raised in a society in which that view was part of the air they breathed.
As the details came into focus, journalists everywhere breathed a sigh of relief.
Their ankles and wrists were taped, and their hoods were taped around the respirators through which they breathed.
He breathed audibly, glared at the reporter and stayed silent for several seconds.
Devoid of human existence, these poignant photographs pay homage to the decrepit film sets that once breathed with energy.
In the cold indoors, puffs came from their mouth when they breathed.
The lilac breathed amid the shade of green and blue and citron lights.
He went in coarse and ragged clothes, and his whole life breathed the air of austere penance and fervent charity and devotion.
As she went along she steadied herself with her hand, slipped along the papered walls of the hall and breathed with difficulty.
He raised his head, stretched himself, breathed deep of the fresh new air.
As he breathed a sigh, the air sounded through the reeds, and produced a plaintive melody.
Some of them had a hundred arms, others breathed out fire.
The clock started ticking, time ran out, and the shelter was where each breathed his or her last breath.
Her book club has breathed new life into publishing.
One has hardly breathed again after this scene when there is another tightening of poignantly ironic resolution.
They haven't eaten thousands of foods, come into contact with hundreds of chemicals, breathed dozens of atmospheres.
It's a pretty safe bet that it's breathed in, and the white mold collects near their nostrils.
He and the handful of other scientists breathed a sigh of relief.
When they displayed their own temperature findings, he breathed easier.
He was a good meteorologist who lived and breathed weather forecasting.
It was an entire ecosystem, and these fossils may help scientists understand how that ecosystem lived and breathed.
Then, with a hood set on the water, she measured how much oxygen they breathed.
You're breathing air that hasn't been breathed in thousands of years, amigo.
Air is breathed in through the nose, which acts as the primary filtering system of the body.
These persons breathed amounts of nickel much higher than levels found normally in the environment.
The extra oxygen is breathed in along with normal air.
It cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, and can be fatal when high levels are breathed.
Some fibers breathed in can become lodged in lungs and may cause lung disease.
Then he took a swig of water and breathed a sigh of relief.
What ultimately made the difference was surrounding myself with people in another country who lived and breathed it.
The new media phenomenon has breathed new life into the field of journalism.
Shorter breathed these days, she can still summon a warm, rich sound and vividly tell a song's story.

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