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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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.
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.
BBC Coventry and Warwickshire is teaming up with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to transform the grounds into a Breathing Place for nature and local people.
We've taught local people, young and old and, I hope, encouraged a greater respect for this wonderful breathing place.
The importance of having these lungs for great cities, breathing places for their toiling and industrious population.
He said: "We launched it as part of the council's Breathing Places campaign and it's still going.