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tending to cause suspension of regular breathing

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Making the call on the shortest day of the year, Ms Creasy said: "The Tory-led Government is being breathtakingly complacent in allowing street lights to be turned off across the country without doing any review of the effects on crime, and people's perception of crime.
Set in the American mid-west just before World War I - and breathtakingly beautiful - it follows the scheme devised by runaways Richard Gere and Brooke Adams.
Shikongo, a 70-year-old, extremely wealthy widower, shows up at the Country Club with a breathtakingly beautiful and very sexy 25-year-old blonde-haired woman who knocks everyone's socks off with her youthful sex appeal and charm and who hangs over Shikongo's arm and listens intently to his every word.
As a young man he was breathtakingly handsome but his acting was about much more than just looks.
Adding to his problems is an FBI investigation into corruption and the persistent enquiries of Detective Harry Bosch in another breathtakingly good court thriller from a true master of his craft.
RSVP offers a breathtakingly gorgeous summer Alaska cruise, August 23-30, on the five-star Westerdam (pictured below), that leaves from Seattle and travels up the West Coast.
Sections of the work's eight parts highlighted Graf's breathtakingly arched feet and fluid extensions.
Lavishly illustrated with black-and-white and full color photography throughout, Pope Benedict XVI: Servant of the Truth is a breathtakingly beautiful biography of the 265th pope, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger.
Gorgeous, breathtakingly choreographed and as awesomely scaled as any movie that's ever come out of China (and that means BIG), ``Curse of the Golden Flower's'' artistry is matched only by its hysterical pitch.
What meets the reader is breathtakingly charming and engagingly beautiful.
One major network equipment manufacturer actually estimates its annual compliance workload at a breathtaking, and breathtakingly expensive, 250,000 hours.
The rethinking of car design embodied by the Smart Car parallels the story of 340 Madison: In a remarkable engineering and architectural feat, Macklowe transformed an obsolete 22-story, 550,000 s/f irregularly shaped building in the heart of New York's midtown business district into a breathtakingly modern 750,000 s/f glass office tower.
The profundity of mood that characterizes the current series was established, breathtakingly, in the first room of the exhibition's second level by Wall of Light Pink, 1998, and Wall of Light Heat, 2001.
These ur-stories, I admit, may not be breathtakingly "literary.
DECISION time at the mildly engaging reality show The Apprentice (BBC2, Weds) and thanks to some breathtakingly unkind camerawork Alan "My Show" Sugar's big secret was out.