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marked by an absence of circulating air

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not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty

tending to cause suspension of regular breathing

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appearing dead

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Never one to miss the chance to add to his varied selection of pets, he handed over BD1.500, grabbed the bag containing his cute new friend and breathlessly ran into the clothes shop, hanging his froggy purchase on the clothes rail before trying on some jackets.
Twists and turns in the script are the same as Sam Raimi's action-packed 2002 blockbuster but technology has advanced in gargantuan bounds and The Amazing Spider-Man soars in the breathlessly paced action sequences.
This spell-binding James Bond genre espionage novel for the middle school set will leave readers breathlessly waiting for the next installment.
Embarrassed, I breathlessly introduced myself and explained why I was calling.
He returned breathlessly, and asked if I could translate for them as they wanted similar pullovers.
Often, the verve is found in a faithful and passionate rendition of one of the classics, such as her breathlessly moving rendition of "Summertime." Other times, she takes the music to places no one probably ever foresaw, such as her dance club remix of "The Man I Love." Whether the very idea intrigues or repulses you, Gershwin's willingness to continue to break ground with songs that have become standards proves her uncles' work is still very much alive.
Of course, I'm well accustomed to hearing those words breathlessly uttered underneath the mirrored ceiling of my boudoir but it's a rare phrase to encounter in a footballing context.
Bombs away: The Sunday Herald, a small Scottish Nationalist newspaper, reported breathlessly last week that the United States was on the verge of attacking Iran.
A campaign to save the BBC radio station 6 Music was launched this week via Facebook, and news bulletins breathlessly reported that 18,000 people had signed up.
Oh, it's the humourless of the nation grinding their teeth as they watch "the long-haired loafer" swan about his patch of heaven, digging up carrots and breathlessly brushing off his spuds.
Best are Foux du Fafa, which reduces French jazz to a classroom cliche and Bowie, which breathlessly traces his career in three minutes.
World-renowned newspapers breathlessly report that "one former skater in New York uses a Bottega Montana board as his coffee table." Good news travels fast.
In a constantly shifting, recurring circular formation, the men lunged, held each other aloft, and sank breathlessly into the floor.
The majesty of Moore's prose--both clever and breathlessly erotic--is matched by Gebbie's gorgeous paintings.
Chandler's narration is breathlessly suspenseful as he skillfully portrays the characters.