He could hardly draw breath
he was so worn out, and his mouth was parched by thirst.
There would be no lessons to learn to-night, and the vision of helping with the preserves on the morrow had no terrors for her--fears could not draw breath
in the radiance that flooded her soul.
And before I could draw breath
, "I must not forget I have a word to say respecting her.
The success of Fear is its fluidity, leaving the viewer unable to draw breath
Our crossing and final ball weren't good enough and that kept giving Burton the chance to draw breath
," he said.
Specifically dealing with Syria's modern history, from the First World War to the current conflict, including the rise of the so-called Islamic State, McHugo has tapped a rich vein of instability, which has hardly allowed the nation to draw breath
The World Cup has hardly finished before England leg it to the West Indies for yet another 'Test' series, leaving hardly enough time for anyone to draw breath
With the stunned hosts hardly having chance to draw breath
, that lead was doubled on five minutes when a Louis Moss corner was met by the head of Bamba-Leta and, despite home protests that the ball hadn't crossed the line, the goal was given.
The plot is extremely fast-moving as it twists and turns, you hardly draw breath
before the next dose of violence and danger is unleashed.
You could feel everyone in the crowd draw breath
when the ball fell to him.
Before Durham could draw breath
, they were hit again, Jack Bradbury setting up Sweet to fire home from around 12 yards.
IT seems that no sooner do we draw breath
after being hit by one savage storm than another one comes along to batter our coastline and put our already pulverised coastal defences under further threat.
There was little time for anyone to draw breath
as Odell dispensed with the small talk, instead opting to tear through debut album Long Way Down at breakneck speed.
some pitch to draw breath
in the unspoken, to say I am out there
It's been hectic so far, so it's been good for the lads to have a chance to draw breath
and get in a couple of rest days," explained Clark.