- As it's released, they expel air from their lungs to blow the poison outward.
- To expel air from the lungs suddenly and noisily, often to keep the respiratory passages free of irritating material.
- Expel air bubbles trapped below the stopcock by fully opening the stopcock a second or two.
- Do you know the existence of one kind of fish that would not expire in the air because it couId expel air from lungs?
- The answer may be simply that because we expel air from our mouths horizontally and only subsequently breathe in vertically through our nose, the chance of getting a representative whiff is low.
- The disease is spread by people who have active, untreated TB bacteria in their throat or lungs.The bacteria are spread into the air when infected people talk or expel air suddenly.
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