There we were, with our arms spread wide, trying to do Kundalini breathing techniques in her bathroom.
“We were breathing air into this thing to make sure it went up,” Slaby tells The Daily Beast.
In some very real sense, 21st-century Hollywood has forgotten how to use living, breathing Homo sapiens in action movies.
But the Hasidic communities that doggedly stick to a living, breathing Yiddish use different dialects.
You can always hear me breathing during my verses, but that breathing becomes part of the music.
He was breathing hard, but there was a satisfied shine in his bloodshot eyes.
Their eyes didn't seem to blink, and their breathing was soft and measured.
And it came to rest, breathing its last, almost at Berts feet.
Many were too weak to move, and several on the point of breathing their last.
But Cleg's breathing was as natural and regular as that of an infant.
breathing breath·ing (brē'ðĭng)
The alternate inhalation and exhalation of air in respiration.
Alive, at least: They'll take any warm body that's breathing (1970s+)