I may not have strength enough, in the case supposed, to betray you by making a complete confession with my own lips; but I can employ my last breath
to speak the half-dozen words which will tell the doctor where he is to look.
As with my last breath
I command that this Slaughterer be torn limb from limb, he and all his tribe
That Indian, sir, is an inhabitant of an oppressed country; and I am still, and shall be, to my last breath
, one of them
And I, my dear,' said Rachel, with a tremble in her voice, 'have known him through them all, to be, according to his quiet ways, so faithful to everything honest and good, that if he was never to be heard of more, and I was to live to be a hundred years old, I could say with my last breath
, God knows my heart.
That if I died to-morrow, I would remember her with my last breath
Earlier, the mum of two, from Kent who is thought to be in IS-held Raqqa, had warned: "England i came here to fight you & I will until my last breath
I will fight, I will fight, I will fight until I take my last breath
And two, if someone accused me of taking drugs, and my career was on the line because of it, I'd fight until my last breath
to prove them wrong
And I have defended him to my last breath
against countless cynics through the "ball-hogging," the Shaquille O'Neal situation, and even the trial.
Till My Last Breath
is the true and inspiring story of Pastor Sunday Adelaja who left his come country of Nigeria to study journalism in Belarus, USSR.
Just before I jumped, I used my last breath
for a prayer, `Dear God, please make this work.
Take, for example, a song like 1995's ``If I Die 2Nite'': ``I ain't happy here/I hope they bury me and send me to my rest/Headlines reading Murdered to Death, my last breath
If the day comes when I leave Dundee it will be because I have decided, not anyone else, and it will not be until I have breathed my last breath