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frog breathing
 n.— «The two spent several months perfecting a breathing technique known as “frog breathing,” taking small, quick breaths. This allowed Mr. Alexander to spend time outside of the iron lung.» —“In iron lung, lawyer forged iron will” by Sarah Tiambeng WFAA-TV (Dalla/Fort Worth, Texa) Jan. 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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