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BREATH, med. juris. The air expelled from the chest at each expiration.
     2. Breathing, though a usual sign of life, is not conclusive that a child was wholly born alive, as breathing may take place before the whole delivery of the mother is complete. 5 Carr. & Payn, 329; S. C. 24 E. C. L. R. 344. Vide Birth; Life; Infanticide.

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USA], Feb 27 ( ANI ): Comedian Bill Cosby's daughter Ensa took her last breath at the age of 44 in Massachusetts.
The minister observed that Benazir Bhutto fought for the restoration of democracy and the people's right to rule till her last breath and the void created by her death in the politics of Pakistan would never be filled.
The Minister said illegal immigration was dangerous and that the decision on the mandatory resettlement quotas was a bad and damaging decision, adding that Hungary will fight till the last breath to ensure that decisions that go against the security and will of the Hungarian people do not come into force.
MOORS murderer Ian Brady's refusal to tell police where he buried Keith Bennett underlined what an evil monster he remained, right up to his last breath.
A Ministry statement quoted him as saying that the security forces were able to inflict Daash big losses in the regions of the Heet and Kubaisa, amounted to (200) elements of Daash, causing the depletion of their human abilities; so it is trying to pressure from several axes on our sector, and this is a clear indication of its last breath after it is trapped significantly by our armed forces in Fallujah.
An army chaplain wrote home to say: "He was praying with me quietly until practically his last breath.
In a statement issued here on Wenesday, PPP Multan City General Secretary, M Saleem Raja, said that they would follow the footprints of their deceased leader who remained committed with the party till his last breath.
Act quickly for the last breath before death is close at hand.
Tuesday's Telegraph in Brief A beggar told to go away Mowbray to help City in League One stay Teenager, charged with death Terminally ill man took his last breath Tragic Daniel.
He further said that he never thought of resigning from his post and would be with the party till his last breath but party leaders should take notice of such injustice in the party to save the party from further damage.
Our sorrow is great, but our consolation is that we are true believers saying goodbye to a true believer," Karami the son said in his statement, pledging to follow his father's footsteps and policy approaches, in word and deed, till the last breath.
It is believed that the emancipation potential of the party and the leader are trusted till the last breath, because the Great Compatriot, the party and the leader are the ones who know the best.