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the vital principle or animating force within living beings

the act or process of breathing

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air breathed out, evidenced by vapor, odor, or heat

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the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration

an indirect suggestion

a slight movement of the air

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The initial droplet concentration in the exhaled air of the infected person is denoted as 1.
The first sample was collected from 3000 L of exhaled air containing approximately 1 [micro]g total protein; the second sample obtained from 4400 L of exhaled air contained approximately 1.
The researcher added additional CO2 to the experiments to simulate exhaled air.
Interestingly, 4 odorants which were not earlier detected in the "swallow breath" were found in the exhaled air 20 s after swallowing.
In that scenario, the soft surface could create a small enclosure around the baby's mouth and trap exhaled air," said Dr Cheriyan.
The virus is found in fluid from the blisters, saliva, exhaled air, milk and dung from infected animals.
The welder's natural breathing action directs exhaled air out of the helmet through four vents, which lead to two thin, recessed openings found on each side of the helmet.
Exhaled air also contains moisture which condenses into water and freezes into a suffocating "ice mask" on the victim's face.
The diver is suspected of receiving an oversupply of oxygen from new equipment designed to recycle exhaled air.
It is believed that the diver received an over-supply of oxygen from new equipment which is designed to recycle exhaled air.
Breathing into a paper bag lets you rebreathe some of your exhaled air, which is high in carbon dioxide.
The computer compares the oxygen content in the inhaled and exhaled air to figure out how much oxygen a swimmer uses while training.
The CPSC researchers noted their belief that it might even be possible for exhaled air to become trapped in individual fibers.
When exhaled air rushes through the resulting constriction, it creates a sound - - ultrasonic in rats but audible in larger animals.
To counter any fear of AIDS or communicable diseases, all trained employees have been issued a "microshield" device (a one-way valve inserted into the victim's mouth that prevents exhaled air or fluids from coming into contact with the person administering CPR).