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RESPIRATION, Med. jur. Breathing, which consists of the drawing into, inhaling, or more technically, inspiring, atmospheric air into the lungs, and then: forcing out, expelling, or technically expiring, from the lungs the air therein. Chit. Med. Jur. 92 and 416, note n.

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Following our rapid growth since inception, we are thrilled to join Whole You to help propel us to the next phase of our expansion, said David Walton, CEO of Respire Medical.
The students immediately assumed that only bacteria found in sewage or animal excrement would be able to respire on the graphite.
Battered, tired, and frustrated by yet another close-enough-to-taste loss, Democrats dreamed of a leader who could respire them.
When plants respire (burn stored sugars), decay, or become food, their carbon returns to the environment.
Land also has a spiritual or religious dimension, which must necessarily respire the economic dimension.
Biolog MicroPlates monitor cell respiration: When a cell can use a nutrient present in one of the 96 wells of the MicroPlate, the organism will begin to respire, creating a by-product that oxidizes a tetrazolium dye used in Biolog's patented redox chemistry.
If forests respire a lot, they can partially trap their own heat.
L'entre-deux des images seul respire," Dohollau perceptively and pointedly observes, "a travers les yeux fermes va le chemin": the interstitial, the unarticulated, the unglimpsed, and no doubt the inner path.
D epuis deja des lustres, le tourisme respire mal dans le Souss.
Whole You Sleep Appliances - Respire Pink Endurance Framework (EF) and Respire Pink Micro - offer more comfortable options for those looking for new solutions to get a better night's sleep
Chez les Dibaba, de Bekoji, lieu culte de l'athletisme ethiopien, on court comme on respire.