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We catch a breather late Tuesday into Wednesday before another storm approaches from the south.
As the trail ebbs away from the Connecticut River, leading me deeper into the snow-packed woods, I take a quick breather at the top of a small hill, and after a moment or two, I can actually hear my heart beating.
These barriers suggest containment and isolation, and also provide a breather from the profusion of pictures and items.
Right now I’m literally trying to make sure that my team is safe, make sure that the narrative around what’s going on with me is accurate, and take a little bit of a breather when I can.
With all the new iPhones officially out in the world, you might expect Apple to take a breather when it comes to announcing products until 2021.
That way, you can take a breather until you’re ready to get going again.
Cracks at the ball anyhow, was the game for the twenty-five minutes breather before dinner.
Pour new oil in through either of the two breather pipes on exhaust side of motor.
AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG
Orlando says to Jaques: ‘I will chide no breather in the world, but myself, against whom I know most faults.’
The atmosphere may be poisonous for an oxygen breather, but taken by itself it's as harmless as weak beer.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON

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