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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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Writing teacher Dawn Thurston and award-winning ancestral biographer Morris Thurston present Breathe Life Into Your Life Story: How to Write a Story People Will Want to Read, a no-nonsense guide to crafting an engaging autobiography.
Meanwhile, her younger sister Allie is struggling with the concept of her own approaching nose job, and her mother contemplates cosmetic surgery to breathe life into her own struggling career.
Can three young people breathe life into the myth of a legendary hero and save their country?
Rather than dwell on scoring touchdowns on only two of five trips into the red zone, or on quarterback Ben Olson's two fumbles and interception, or the defense giving up a few big plays to breathe life into a Rice program that last won on the road in 2003, Dorrell opted for optimism.
When set against a backdrop of Waitrose and Superdrug, it is hoped that people will return to breathe life into this notorious superstructure, not only to shop in Oasis, but also to dwell in one; relaxing, working, living and of course shopping.
Council chiefs were asked by a local practice if it could be included on plans to breathe life into the sprawling site, in Craven Road.
But in the end they were forced to admit, just as Ben and I had, that no matter how hard you try to breathe life into a fantasy, sometimes reality is the best you can hope to get.
She also uses creative, sensuous imagery to breathe life into movement.
Our jobs are full of challenges, but it is the individual beat cops who actually make it work, breathe life into it, and give it real value.
It is helping to breathe life into this old seaport city on the Bay of Biscay.