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a pause or interval, as from work or duty

Synonyms for breather

air passage provided by a retractable device containing intake and exhaust pipes

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Mouth breathers are more likely to have cerebral hypoxia or a reduced supply of oxygen to the brain.
People can live with COPD for many years with the help of medications, oxygen therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation, regular exercise and social support like Better Breathers Clubs.
At a time when most manufacturers were still using plated carbon steel components, Sarum Hydraulics saw the chance to use the Elesa innovative moulded polymer filler breather caps across their range of high grade stainless steel hydraulic pumping products.
Furthermore, we can get the two breathers by some constraints to the four-soliton solutions.
You'll also probably be a chest breather and have tightness in the neck and shoulders.
Donaldson also reminds users not to forget the Thermally Reactive Advanced Protection (T.R.A.P.] Breather. When the Donaldson Reservoir Air Dryer is combined with a T.R.A.P.
Compared with baseline, left-nostril breathers showed a significant decrease in heart rate, blood pressure, and MAP and improvement in HRV indices, reflecting improvement in vagal tone and increased parasympathetic activity, say the authors.
Brownell says storage tank vent breathers protect sensitive fluids.
However, to our knowledge, the soliton and breather solutions of (1) have not been generated through N-fold Darboux transformation and the interaction characters between two breathers have not been analysed.
He, "Multisolitons, breathers, and rogue waves for the Hirota equation generated by the Darboux transformation," Physical Review E, vol.
However, these clinical signs have been queried, since not all individuals who presented them were predominantly mouth breathers, and this facial type could also be a congenital trait, not necessarily related to the breathing mode.
Coppey, founder of Barefoot Tiger, told me most asthmatics are mouth breathers, though it's better for us to breathe through our noses because we can bring in more oxygen that way.
A full range of miniature sintered filters, breathers and mufflers meet applications where no leaks and space saving are required.
TCD engines typically require four to five ducts versus the current two to three: Crankcase breathers, air-charger inlets, air-charger returns, and other ducts are targets for 3D blow molding.
The educational site provides details on the benefits of choosing desiccant breathers over standard filler/breather caps on hydraulic reservoirs, gearboxes and storage tanks.