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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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Charlotte, NC, USA - - Inspiring author, cancer survivor, pastor's wife and public speaker, Niki Hardy announced the launch of her inspiring and practical new book Breathe Again: How to Live Well When Life Falls Apart (Revell in August 2019).
He partially moved the blockage allowing the woman, who has not been named, to be able to breathe again - albeit not fully - whilst paramedics raced to the scene.
And he had to spend much of the run-up to this friendly handling the fall-out from assistant Roy Keane's X-rated rant at Harry Arter and Jonathan Walters, But O'Neill could breathe again in Wroclaw after the Lions' Londoner pounced in the 53rd minute.
The drug works to reverse the life-threatening symptoms of opioid overdoses by knocking opioids off the receptors they stimulate in the brain and allowing the patient to breathe again. The doses the state received will go primarily to state police and the Department of Corrections, and 600 of them will be given to the Chicago Recovery Alliance.
It's a mad dash to open the windows and doors so we can breathe again! Because I don't want to clean my oven with harsh chemical cleaners, I came up with a method of my own that also works on my glass-top stove.
* Repeat steps 2 and 3 -- back blows and abdominal thrusts -- up to three times, or until you've dislodged what's in there, or they can breathe again.
This he is currently doing on his Breathe Again tour, which brings him to Sage Gateshead at the weekend.
"We can breathe again," said Karen Brassard, who suffered shrapnel wounds on her legs.
Time to let them feet breathe again so bring out the sandals be they peeps or thongs.
Her biggest lost cause was ex-Corrie star Rickitt who struggled to record Breathe Again in the studio: "You're the life that I breathe.
We can breathe again" - Actress Elizabeth McGovern on the new series of Downton Abbey.
Even though the UK is now officially out of recession, it lasted far longer than could have been predicted so it will be some time before some businesses can breathe again. Over the last year, many reports have suggested that consumers are choosing to stay at home and are eating out less."