exhalation : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ekshuhlay shuhn

  • n  exhaled breath
  • n  the act of expelling air from the lungs

  • The citizens of Secaucus on their hill rarely sniff the full exhalation of the piggeries; but the town's neighbors do, and so do millions of travelers who pass through by rail or .
  • The exhalation of smoke from feminine lungs is becoming, in the aggregate, a mighty blast of fashion which railroad economists may not ignore.
  • This week the leafy avenues of Sydney will be filled with the sound of an enormous exhalation as her citizens let out their stomachs, put away the good china and shove their feet .
News & Articles

  • Are Things Turning Around for Rashad Evans and the Blackzilians Team?
    At UFC 161,  Rashad Evans  beat Dan Henderson by decision, and you could feel the exhalation in Calgary. But Evans wasn't only in the business of self-redemption last Saturday night. He was carrying an entire camp, the one of which Evans is the most famous member: the Florida-based JACO Hybrid Training Center and pro MMA cabal commonly known as the Blackzilians. Evans departed the monolithic ...
    June 29, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Reuters
    There is a great exhalation of breath going on in the world as people express their appreciation for the new direction that's being set and the team that is put together by the president,Clinton said. "We have a lot of damage to repair."
  • Jim Lovell in OCRegister
    If it hadn't worked, we would have been poisoned by our own exhalation,Lovell said.

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