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When the quarantine was over, Mulhern breathed a sigh of relief.
Investors have seemingly breathed a sigh of relief after Tesla continued its profitability streak, as the Elon Musk–led company beat earnings estimates late Wednesday.
Yet in recent years, there’s an equally unmistakable, collective sigh of frustration that often accompanies the actual announcements.
Mock-up of iOS 14 tracking permission dialogWhile some mobile marketers breathed an audible sigh of relief with the delay, the reprieve is probably temporary.
Marketers heaved a major sigh of relief in the announcement’s wake, as they could now use the two new attributes to help Google better understand the link’s intent and use.
And now I can recall that his eyes closed, and from his lips I caught a sigh, and then he rolled to the floor.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
“Well, I hope he does,” sighed Sol, the sigh being breathed to give expression of what remained unspoken.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
"I wish the old homes of England had electric lights," thought Miss Otis, with a sigh.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
For hours the gray man would sit on a tombstone, while Black Sheep read epitaphs, and then with a sigh would stump home again.
"I fear, squire, hers is not a bodily affection," said Mrs. Dodd with a deep sigh.

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