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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of exhaled in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of exhaled in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Linsey Marr:

    The combination of high air change rates and high-quality filters... will greatly reduce the amount of virus that can build up in the air. Thus, it is unlikely that people will be exposed to elevated levels of virus in cabins and public indoor spaces, if this is the case, then the biggest risk comes from being in close proximity, within the exhaled respiratory plume of an infected individual.

  2. Iain Kerr:

    We believe that whale snot or exhaled breath condensate is going to be the golden egg of data from a whale. The idea here is that we can go and collect physical data - DNA, viruses, bacteria, pregnancy hormones, stress hormones, without the whale knowing.

  3. Bill Maher:

    There's a lot of talk in liberal corners about how Republicans should tell their base who still believe that the election was rigged, that they need to grow up and move on and stop asking the rest of us to respect their mass delusion, and, of course, it is a mass delusion, but the inconvenient truth here is, if you accord religious faith the kind of exhaled respect we do here in America, you've already lost the argument that massdelusion is bad.

  4. Phil Nevin:

    I think everybody exhaled, took a deep breath, for the last 14 (games), they've come every day expecting to win ... and when you come in after the game, you see the pain on their faces. I know it's hurting them, and that means a heck of a lot, because they care. These last two weeks were painful for them. Painful for everybody, but when you see that care in your players, that means a lot.

  5. Lisa Shultis:

    You have to see where you're going with that tube down the trachea, not the esophagus. It's very difficult when you've got a mask, goggles, everything on, the patient is having exhaled breaths in your face. So that's why it's very dangerous. That's why it's imperative that we have the right( personal protective equipment) for whomever is in the room, but especially for respiratory therapists.

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