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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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ALL CHANGE: Bellway Homes is breathing new life into core urban areas such as Liverpool's business quarter in Pall Mall
It introduces the historiography and the relevant theoretical perspectives ('Durkheim and beyond'); discusses the working of the law on suicide; develops the key organizing context of the life cycle in Victorian towns, which is the overarching theme around which most of Bailey's questions are pivoted; sets the local context for the study by presenting the urban ecology of Hull; charts the changing incidence of suicide statistically, with appropriate caveats; and moves on to the main body of the evidence, discussing the incidence and context of suicide at four life-cycle stages (and thereby breathing new life into discussions of living standards from a completely novel angle).
An enthusiasm for planning-by-layers is breathing new life into urban design .
Concurrently, next generation genomics technologies are breathing new life into the market, and are expected to contribute a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.
WASHINGTON - The nation's major grocery chains and drug stores threw their support Tuesday behind legislation that would limit over-the-counter sales of cold medicine, breathing new life into efforts to thwart production of methamphetamine.
Breathing new life into the Miramar Hotel is a great extension of that focus on hospitality.