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  • To animate this important mass -- to infuse into this great body a SOUL -- to breathe into it the breath of life -- is to multiply the means, and facilitate the acquisition of USEFUL LEARNING.

    The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina; A Documentary History, 1790-1840. Vol. I

  • "It's little I would care if it was just my room, but indeed, Ettie, though it's only a week that I've known you, you are the very breath of life to me, and I can't live without you!"


  • Now when Barkan heard Gharib’s words, he said, “This is he who seduced my cousin from his religion; so, by the virtue of my faith, I will not sit down on my throne till I have decapitated this Gharib and suppressed his breath of life and forced my cousin and his people back to their belief: and whoso baulketh me, him will I destroy.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • By its living breath and dancing spray, the parallels and zones breathe the breath of life and stir the febrile torridity of earth's Saharas.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.,

  • One notices instantly the disappearance of the comic spirit, the old searching irony - in brief, of the precise thing that keeps the breath of life in Arnold Bennett.

    Prejudices : first series,

  • As for the kerchief, it betokeneth that her breath of life is bound up in thee.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • As I have said, Carquinez was made quick by wine — "as the clay was made quick when God breathed the breath of life into it," was his way of saying it.


  • The hungry cry of the beast of prey, or the fierce deed of savage man, whoop and dance, triumph and torture, broke in fitful bursts upon the deep silence, and then died away, leaving the breath of life to rise and fall with the passing winds.

    Rural Hours


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