Such a flower was Phoebe in her relation with Clifford, and such the delight that he inhaled
She opened her nostrils and inhaled
with a mystic sensuousness; then she closed her lids.
The latter, a fresh, rosy officer of the Guards, irreproachably washed, brushed, and buttoned, held his pipe in the middle of his mouth and with red lips gently inhaled
the smoke, letting it escape from his handsome mouth in rings.
When I had inhaled
this air freely, I sought the conduit pipe, which conveyed to us the beneficial whiff, and I was not long in finding it.
The cigarette lighted, he eagerly took a whiff or two, inhaled
the smoke, let it out through his moustache, and would have inhaled
again, but the wind tore off the burning tobacco and whirled it away as it had done the straw.
the odor of the blossoms and thrust them into the bosom of her white morning gown.
As for Passepartout, his face was as red as the sun's disc when it sets in the mist, and he laboriously inhaled
the biting air.
11) for rear-ending another driver as she inhaled
laughing gas, reported Apple Daily.
LOS ANGELES -- An experimental inhaled
form of dihydroergotamine appears to be effective in reducing migraine pain even if taken as late as 8 hours or more after the start of the headache, a post hoc analysis of a phase III clinical trial suggests.
In the last two issues, we discussed the different types of inhaled
corticosteroids available, and hazards and effect of agents.
Shantha in the September 2007 issue of Life Extension warned that inhaled
insulin could increase cancer risk.
Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who use inhaled
corticesteroids may have a significantly decreased mortality risk, according to a study by Christine Macie of Cambridge Hospital, Ontario, Canada.