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gasp

[Old Norse geispa]
To catch the breath; to inhale and exhale with quick, difficult breaths; the act of gasping.
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It was fantastic to have the Prime Minister Julia Gillard officially open stage 1 of GASP and likewise to have Minister Crean present for the start of stage 2 demonstrates the Federal Labor Government's commitment to this project.
GASP is a leading fashion house founded in 1993 in Melbourne, Australia.
GASP: Introduces the GASP tenets, describes its background, and provides recommendations for use.
The new GASP suites are faster, more intuitive and easier to use.
Mark Osborne of GASP recounts how members of the group essentially put their lives on hold for six years while they fought the proposal.
GASP, which is operated out of Coterill's home, helps local groups to organize, do environmental testing, keep diaries, research, and get their own people in office.
GASP and PennFuture filed objections to the proposed plan in January and spoke out against the plan before the county air advisory committee and Allegheny County Council.
GASP products are always made with no compromises and treated by hand, to give the line of clothing an individual look.
When you see the prices at the higher end of what's available in our high streets rather than gasp at the price ticket what should make you gasp is the quality and the tailoring.
A collective gasp went up from the audience at the performing arts center at College of the Canyons.
D'Erasmo is as much a sociologist as a stylist, and her observations of this particular moment in gay San Francisco are so true to life that you will gasp (or groan) with recognition.