25 adverbs to describe how to « break » | Collocation dictionary
In 1993, the company implemented Japanese-style production techniques in its sewing plants, breakingapart routinized assembly and giving individual workers more responsibility.
Breakforth into joy, sing together, ye waste places of Jerusalem: for the LORD hath comforted His people, He hath redeemed Jerusalem.
After three days of music from acts such as Jewel, Alanis Morissette, Insane Clown Posse, Rage Against the Machine, Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Limp Bizkit (the last band drawing the biggest response from the crowds), a few hundred of the estimated 200,000 spectators brokeloose.
But Hubbell won't breakeasily.
Investors should start stockpiling cash now for when the market corrects in reaction to war breakingout - possibly in November.
When something flawed but interesting such as Bulworth or The Truman Show breaksthrough, they overpraise it in an cringe-making way.
Our silence was punctuated by the sound of glistening waves breakinggently on the shore, overhead the Southern Cross watched over us.
The WP front follows-up on a story it brokeinside yesterday: a vicious on-air reference to the Jasper crime by Washington, D.C. talk radio host Doug Tracht, aka "The Greaseman."
Brokenlower, port, inboard wing rib noticed at attach point to rear spar.
Cell Ablations Individual CaP or CaP and VaP motor neurons were removed from the right side of segment 7 (R7) of 11 somite stage embryos by aspiration with a micropipette brokenmanually to a tip diameter of 8-12 μm, using methods described previously [ 52].
Dawn brokemiserably at 0345 on 20 December, ushering in mist banks through which we steamed at night cruising stations while hearing of Captain Langsdorff's suicide.
The waves can be tens of metres high when they breakonshore.
The author welcomed Europe's attempt in Kosovo to breakopenly with the spirit of Munich but warned that the new internationalism contains paradoxes that could spell trouble in the future.
Stop Out brokequickly downfield from the resulting goal-kick with Taylor and Andrew Thomas both competing to head clear with the ball falling for George with his hooked 12 metres shot saved by Piper low to his right.
Although modern hardware tends to be quite reliable, it can still breakseemingly spontaneously.
The news brokesimultaneously with the story that Scottish scientists had cloned an adult sheep.
Youth nights coming up are Friday 30th May, 6th June, 27th June, (there will be a breaksometime due to exams), in the Fr Ryder Centre from 7 - 8.30pm.
Past the municipal beach lies Playa La Madera, once a loading point for lumber — hence the name, which means “wood beach.” It has fine grayish-white sand, and the swells that enter it breaksuddenly into small waves that roll gently and then recede, with little undertow.
Perhaps Camping Grounds and the soon to be released Motels (how about Golfing or fishing for that much needed breakafterwards?).
Firefighters use chainsaws and other equipment to make fire breakswider and to make the fires burn back in on themselves.
TORAWAY brokebriefly when leading into the first turn but quickly settled.
Birch is a wonderful material to work with, as it doesn’t breakeasy; it keeps its colour, and shape for many years.
One day, at the time for breakingfast, the world-honored enrobed, and carrying his bowl made his way into the great city of Shravasti to beg for his food.
Los Hervideros is a section of rocky coast where the crashing waves breakferociously against the cliffs and sea caves.