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breathe

The property of a layer of a material that permits air and/or moisture to pass through it without damaging the layer.
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Stidham said, "A clean and imaginative graphic can breathe life into a domain name and convey the spirit of the enterprise.
It is our intention to use the production magic of 3-D (computer) animation to breathe life into `Starship' and to give audiences that special kind of entertainment experience they expect from a project that bears the Roddenberry imprimatur,'' said Christopher Brough, CEO of Vancouver-based Mainframe Entertainment, which will produce the series.
The 128-bit 3-D processor and sophisticated graphics breathe life into the beautiful cityscapes, skylines, vehicles and continuous flashing lights of the game.
I may be playing second fiddle to a bunch of wires, but the secret is you have to breathe life into the strings.
We breathe life into the on-line venture concepts our customers bring us," he explains.
The director of ``The Assignment,'' Canadian Christian Duguay, handles the action with an expert hand, and he is blessed by three superior actors who can breathe life into ambivalent characters.
It is our intention to use the production magic of 3D CGI animation to breathe life into Starship and to give audiences that special kind of entertainment experience they expect from a project that bears the Roddenberry imprimatur.
Hilary Shepard Turner tries to breathe life into the harpy Divatox, but the leaden script is too obstinate.
O2Micro is a Santa Clara-based manufacturer of specialized ICs and devices for the PC designed to breathe life into computing by increasing performance, access, and enjoyment to the user.
Henry Ford II, former Ford chairman, envisioned the glass complex as a way to breathe life into the moribund downtown area.