Deep in injury time another Salisbury substitute, Liam Feeney, broke away
to score from 18 yards.
The confluence of challenges began in May when longtime local federation leader Contreras suddenly died, and then in June unions including the Teamsters, Service Employees International Union and the United Food and Commercial Workers broke away
from the national federation amid dissent over strategy.
A GROUP of republican protesters yesterday broke away
from a protest and burst through the security gates of one of Belfast's most attacked police stations.
In mid-March 2000, an iceberg nearly the size of Connecticut broke away
from the Antarctica's Ross ice shelf (SN: 4/1/00, p.
Khassam Baiev, brought up in a small town in Chechnya before that country broke away
from Russia, was trained in plastic surgery and led a well-paid, comfortable life until 1994, when Chechnya-Russia fighting broke out.
Thomas More Catholic Women's Group in Scarborough, a group that broke away
from the Catholic Women's League because of its support for the World March of Women 2000.
The Reformed Episcopal Church was formed in 1873 due to liturgical and ecumenical disputes with ECUSA and the Anglican Province of America is the successor to the American Episcopal Church, which broke away
from ECUSA in 1968 over theological issues.
Jesper Gronkjaer then broke away
to seal a 3-1 win.
A Methodist congregation that broke away
from the national denomination does not have the right to keep the church building, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled.
Separatists, by contrast, broke away
but can no longer be sure that they stand in the line of Apostolic Succession.