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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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New technologies and Customer Relationship Management-centric best practices are breathing new life into call centers, helping them to evolve into multi-channel, customer-centric "contact centers," according to a recent study by Aberdeen Group, a leading market analysis and positioning services firm.
Corporate Services is breathing new life into our existing volunteer program, thereby enhancing our firm's name recognition as a corporate community citizen," states Jennifer Milligan, manager of community relations for Vinson & Elkins.
The band that made its name breathing new life into ancient traditions is itself as great a tradition as any of them.
Breathing new life into existing equipment, such as SCSI tape libraries, the 6000 provides customers an alternative to purchasing newer more expensive equipment.
As a self-professed typographic archaeologist, I enjoyed the challenge of breathing new life into these sinuous, charming and long-forgotten faces," Curtis said.
The computer and video are playing an important role in breathing new life into the audio industry and all signs point to a healthy growth curve for digital recording devices for years to come.