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Then there was a wild ovation and a collective exhalation.
Their exhalations wove together in thick paisley clouds.
With exhalations sour or sweet, the Predators breathed new life into the Final by overcoming an early goal Saturday by Penguins rookie Jake Guentzel.
In a new study last week of the West's southern resident killer whales, scientists captured infectious agents not typically associated with whales in exhalations from the animals' blowholes.
But merely keeping your mouth moist won’t guarantee a fresh exhalation.
Feel the cat’s breath, and deepen your own inhalations and exhalations.
Just bite the mouthpiece when the mountain starts to tumble, then wait for the snow to settle; the tube takes in fresh air through the vest's front and vents your exhalations safely behind you – no ice mask, no rapid death.
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