It proved a glorious sunrise and the air was full of pure ozone.
Otherwise he greatly enjoyed life in that glorious country, and the Alpine ozone nourished and stimulated his brain.
Encouraged by the continual stores of new things he uncovers, intoxicated by the ozone of mental activity, he delves continually deeper until finally he emerges rich with knowledge and full of powerthe intellectual power that signifies mastery over a subject.
breathe, respire; drink in the ozone; take a break, take a breather, take five, draw breath, take a deep breath, take breath, gather breath, take a long breath, regain breath, recover breath; get better, raise one's head; recover one's strength, regain one's strength, renew one's strength &c 159; perk up, get one's second wind. come to oneself &c (revive) 660; feel refreshed, feel like a giant refreshed.
All day they lurk in cover Houndsditch way, Dodging the copper, and emerge at night To snatch a breath of Occidental air And drink the ozone of our Underground.
An honest seafaring smell, compounded of tar, rope, and fish, known to the educated of Sunwich as ozone, set his thoughts upon the sea.
There they had first met; there they had found their first thought in common in the ozone which had meant life to them both.
He was brought home and sent to school in America; and two-years later Dr. Bennington announced that the slender youngster, who had been so completely estranged from the affairs of the store, must matriculate in the ozone of high altitudes instead of in college, if his life were to be saved.
It called up paeans of childish trebles from tenement alleys; slipped into the sickrooms of private houses, delaying the advent of crape on the door; and played across the rows of beds in the public wards of hospitals in the primal democracy of the gift of ozone to the earth.
Every out-cropping ledge offered store of tonic, ozone-fed blueberries, or of mountain-cranberries, crimson and of concentrated flavor, or of the white snowberry, most delicate of fruits that grow.
It requires ozone and the light of the sun.
There is more ozone in them.
The ozone-laden air of the surrounding piney woods, the mild and equable climate, the peaceful leisure of country life, had brought about in hopeful measure the cure we had anticipated.
more ozone than is to be found on the top of Mont Blanc!
A curious snapping and crackling noise followed, becoming more rapid, and as it mounted in intensity I could smell a pungent odor of ozone which told of an electric discharge.
The pungent odor of ozone from the electric discharge filled the room.
When the oxygen of our atmosphere is exposed, while in its usual hygrometric state, to the influence of bodies attracting a portion of it, such as decomposing substances, or when it forms the medium of electrical discharges, it suddenly assumes new powers, acquires a greatly increased activity, affects our organs of smell, dissolves in fluids, and has been mistaken for a new substance, and even named "ozone."
* ODE TO OZONE.
"London is a terrible consumer of ozone.
A'R"The Dutchman's Little Dog." O where and O where, is our treasured Ozone?
Condensed form of oxygen, essence of air That's fresh, or electricitee, Ozone is the stuff shaken health to repair.
How pleasant to buy one's Ozone, like one's coal, And store it up an-nu-al-lee!
Ah yes, let us have it, this needful Ozone, In portable parcels!
But enterprising Weston has turned even this gibe to advantage by claiming that the ozone which exhales from the ooze is one of the chief elements in its salubrity.
OZONE, is an allotropic form of oxygen, from which it can be developed by electricity, and into which it can be resolved by heat, present in small quantities in the atmosphere, and possessing strong oxidising properties.