breathing place


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Noun1.Breathing place - a short respitebreathing place - a short respite      
rest period, rest, respite, relief - a pause for relaxation; "people actually accomplish more when they take time for short rests"
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He swam to a neighboring island, against the upper end of which the driftwood had lodged in such quantities as to form a natural raft; under this he dived, and swam below water until he succeeded in getting a breathing place between the floating trunks of trees, whose branches and bushes formed a covert several feet above the level of the water.
Despite its confusing configuration, however, the place was definitely a living, breathing place of worship.
These are important in demonstrating once again that the Library is a living, breathing place, not a sacred museum.
Share the Art Print with students, explaining how the artist believed that the forest was a riving, breathing place and, for her, had a spiritual essence.
But Westminster insiders believe that Mr Brown may only have bought himself a little breathing place.
That leads me to my primary goal: making the freelance message board a living, breathing place for freelancers to turn for help, information, commiseration and connection.
He said: "I know we have a few scallywags round here, but Liverpool is a living, breathing place where the people have big hearts.
We want it to be a living, breathing place where magic can happen again.
A host of activities will be taking place at Saltburn Allotment Association's wildlife garden, A Breathing Place, tomorrow from 11am to 1pm.
The trust likes the idea that it still feels like a living and breathing place.
The project will see people up and down the country joining in to look after their local breathing place, and do their bit for nature.