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tending to cause suspension of regular breathing


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On the contrary, it just continues with breathtakingly impressive innovations.
Judge Thomas said: "The squalor in which your surviving children were found in September 2011 was breathtakingly awful." He recalled how a pediatrician told how a visit to Hutton's house after Hamzah's body was discovered was "the most extreme example of neglect" she had encountered.
He told Blanco, formerly of Mathias Place, Cardiff: "I saw you give evidence too - you are a breathtakingly arrogant man.
Thompson, it only takes a moment for him to lead you into breathtakingly emotional meditation on the sort of loss that falls around you like the embers of a burning building.
Within the headline for a story about Gaga in a bikini, the writer described her as being "breathtakingly normal".
The simply wonderful Zilzal was breathtakingly majestic in the Jersey, a race in which he epitomised one of two sorts of horse who invariably line up in the Wednesday opener.
"One of the breathtakingly bizarre scenes will remain imprinted on your brain for a long time to come."
Stella Creasy, Shadow Home Affairs Minister, warned it was "breathtakingly complacent" to switch off lights to save money without carrying out an investigation into the possible impact the move has on crime rates.
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.
The day-long event "Health Comes First" took place in the breathtakingly beautiful village of Bzebdine.
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.