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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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Invertigo breathes new life into 'They were recipients of both the Commendation Prize by the Scottish Daily Mail Award (2013) and the Charlie Hartill Special Reserve award by the Pleasance (2013) for their production of Wolfgang Borchert's Outside On The Street (Draussen vor der Tuer) at Pleasance Edinburgh and Arcola Theatres.
He uses remarkable and timely insights from both the apostle Paul and the apologist Luther and breathes new life into classic terms like atonement and the doctrine of justification by grace through faith.
The Russian National Orchestra commandeers Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center to perform works by the master classical ballet composer--considered the only 19th-century composer that we know for certain was gay (it's rumored that he killed himself because of it), Making his New York orchestral debut, young Russian super-conductor Vladimir Jurowski breathes new life into Piotr's moody masterpieces, performing Romeo and Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, Hamlet, and others.