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the act or an instance of escaping, as from confinement or difficulty

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Information Technology Strategy Consulting rates are covered in another recent publication where Monadnock Research published estimates for 2014-2015 IT Strategy Consulting rates in the United States, with break-outs for the following 14 metropolitan areas: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC.
accurate statistical measurement of lining wear that allows managers to set realistic relining schedules, reducing both the cost of too-frequent maintenance and the risk of break-outs, while constant measurement of temperature changes helps identify ladles that are threatening to fail earlier than predicted, sounding an alarm and lessening risk of plant damage and worker injury.
During the conference, government and private-sector stakeholders involved with both on-farm produce GAP standards/audits and post-farm gate audit protocols presented overviews of their own systems, followed by group break-outs exploring questions about the potential value of harmonization and greater alignment of standards.
In the third quarter, the company's newsprint segment had net income of $US28 million, compared to net income in the second quarter of $US1 million; AbitibiBowater did not provide break-outs specific to newsprint sales.
It doesn't make me look younger, it doesn't hide my acne scarring anymore than any other foundation but what it did do, which makes it unique in my view, is that it stopped the break-outs.
BREAK-OUTS:Mass break-outs of acne and blemishes are a bugbear for Britney Spears and Cameron Diaz, left.
In addition there are six large terraces and a variety of pre-function settings that provide many possibilities for break-outs, cocktail receptions and banquets.
But distribs of top Hollywood tentpoles say there's room for a few foreign break-outs.
But some of Foster's earlier exploits in attempted break-outs so impressed the makers of the Great Escape, the1963 film about derring-do at Stalag Luft III, that he became the loosely-based inspiration for the Steve McQueen character, Virgil Hilts, "the cooler king".
The three convicts from Wednesday's (4 August) escape remain at large and the Swedish Prison and Probation Service now fears that the three convicts and their accomplices are planning similar break-outs from other prisons, reported the online news service of Radio Sweden.
She kept having break-outs and her skin looked very angry and irritated.
11b packet break-outs to prove functionality wherever the MAC/LLC layer records the fact that WEP is being used.
A RELIC of one of the most audacious prison break-outs in Irish history goes on sale later this month.
With the score at 33-31, the Man of the Match - and Player of the Tour - Metcalfe made the last of many great break-outs from his own half and had Joiner alongside him.
After the Inchon and Pusan Perimeter break-outs, 239 destroyed T-34's were found, almost half of them knocked out by aircraft.