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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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So as I breathe to live, you know, I squeeze out music as I go; I'm very sorry this is so--
"Stop it, can't you?" he cried angrily; "or breathe in a whisper; or put a clothes-pin on your nose.
I had to fly low to get sufficient air to breathe, but I took a straight course across an old sea bottom and so had to rise only a few feet above the ground.
The fresh air that had come in through the open door made it easier to breathe, but the rushing sound overhead grew louder, and as I looked upward through the bars of my empty rack I saw a red light flickering on the wall.
But how we breathe is related to many of our body's functions.
But the simple trick of altering how you breathe can also help improve your health and ease all sorts of niggles, according to Stuart Sandeman, transformational breath coach and founder of Breathpod (breathpod.me).
But altering how you breathe can help improve your health and ease all sorts of niggles, according to Stuart Sandeman, transformational breath coach and founder of Breathpod (breathpod.me).
Did you know that when you don't breathe right, it can make you feel sad or nervous?
Researchers from Karolinska Institute now show that participants who breathe through the nose consolidate their memories better.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e.
One of the first people I met, an English film producer, had just had the word 'BREATHE' tattooed on her wrist.
The way we breathe, in other words, directly affects the chemistry of our brains in a way that can enhance our attention and improve our brain health.