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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of breathe.


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  • The air he breathes is clean because some environmentalist wacko liberal fought for the laws to stop industries from polluting our air.

    Think Progress » ‘Impeach Obama’ Advocate At CPAC Concedes Movement Is Based Largely On ‘Policy Differences’

  • Kon Ichikawa's "Fires on the Plain breathes death, and yet is tasteful enough not to rely on simple sleights of hand to invoke the horrors of war," writes Jeff Larson at the Six-Reel Shuffle.

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  • The air he breathes is clean because environmentalist wacko liberal fought for laws to stop industries from polluting our air.

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  • The already polluted air which the citizens of the central city breathes is made even more foul as the throughway spills the mounting flood of automobiles to their downtown destination.

    Urbanism and the Canadian Promise

  • Bruce spoke first: – Had you vanity, my friend, this letter, from so lovely and innocent a creature, might be a gratification; but in our case, the sentiment it breathes is full of danger.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • Jerry Micco: I saw highlights because I was at work, but certainly having a guy like Del Potro win a men's US Open title breathes a little more life into the game. - News

  • As a poet and a philosopher, his every word breathes universality.

    Sri Aurobindo, The Teacher of the Nation

  • My jealousy grew calm, for I felt that Albertine had become a creature that breathes, that is nothing else besides, as was indicated by that regular breathing in which is expressed that pure physiological function which, wholly fluid, has not the solidity either of speech or of silence; and, in its ignorance of all evil, her breath, drawn

    The Captive

  • But while ancestors and lwas visit us to give us guidance, a baka breathes only contempt for its host.

    The Good House

  • Its very name breathes the spirit of its French ancestry to whom we are so greatly indebted, and its geographical situation is preeminently satisfactory.

    Final Report of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission


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