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pant

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pant

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Synonyms for gasp

to breathe hard

to utter in a breathless manner

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Synonyms for gasp

a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open

breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted

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James Gilbert, Director of Solutionists, says GASP's ability to understand the need for a seamless experience between their online and offline channels will prove to be an integral part of their multi-channel success.
GASP: Introduces the GASP tenets, describes its background, and provides recommendations for use.
In GASP!, Sherman--whose nonfiction book on General Motors, In the Rings of Saturn, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize--blames the auto industry, weak government policies and America's obsession with cars as key factors tilting the scales of climate change towards disaster.
After taking the icy plunge before 5 million late-night viewers, Giesbrecht began to explain: "You have one minute to get your breathing under control." That's important because your body's initial cold-shock response causes uncontrolled breathing that can make you gasp, possibly leading you to swallow water and drown.
She admonishes him and then demonstrates to Hermia (Kaori Ogasawara) the proper way to gasp at his infidelity.
Listeners will gasp at the heartbreaking ending--a sure sign of success.
Look up Last Gasp publisher (www.lastgasp.com) and order it online.
At a recent meeting in the Gambia, representatives of HLV/AIDS and STI national reference laboratories and control programmes from eight West African countries, agreed to establish the Gonococcal Antimicrobial Surveillance Programme (GASP).
It seems the hippies at BaJ mustered one last socially conscious gasp before bolting with the cash.
The number of applications identified by the database grows by hundreds each month as the worldwide customer base of GASP continues to increase.
As I reached the snake lying on its back, twisted around its wound, and bent to move it, it took one very sharp, deep breath, a gasp so deep I could see its rib cage rise beneath the ivory scales along its upper body, and, in that moment, it died.
They organized as GASP -- Greensville Against Serious Pollution, and engaged in a long and arduous fight to stop the dump and save their ground-water and their community.
LAST GASP: Castleford players celebrate their drop goal winner against Saints |