second wind


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second wind

the return of the ability to breathe at a comfortable rate, esp following a period of exertion
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Three Gorges second wind power project (2x50MW) is located at Jhimpir, Thatta district, Sindh province, 90KM west from Karachi.
"We knew the boys would get a second wind and we came out and moved the ball.
Second Wind works with clients to help them identify and understand their money patterns and behaviors that interfere with their personal, financial and/or professional potential.
Plans are in progress for a second wind farm, which will double the energy capacity.
And when he gets his second wind, it's a sight to behold.
The 2010 Hennessy Gold Cup hero is back in training at Nick Williams' stable in Devon following a second wind operation.
Since visiting the place before with my younger daughter and son-in-law, it had sprouted a second wind turbine higher than the first.
This is the second wind power project in Ecuador after the Villonaco project, which is located in Loja province.
It is Marubeni's second wind power project investment in the North American market, following one in Ontario, Canada, that it joined in 2010.
However, layers of the favourite were soon made to pay as Shantaram found a second wind to land a hard-fought three-quarter length success.
But after gaining "a second wind", Lockyer has hinted that he may now lead Australia on their 2011 Four Nations trip to the northern hemisphere.