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If it was used and the surface has not been stabilised you will find the new paint surface break away as the distemper loses its bond.
The Break Away Partner of the Year award recognizes Adcap's performance and achievements as a Cisco channel partner in the South region in 2009.
At this point, the fluid compresses the gas, expanding the system and all owing the comb or grate to temporarily break away and eliminate the harmful object from the chamber.
The island's government is insisting on another referendum, possibly later this year, to break away from the federation with St Kitts.
First of all you've got a health and safety issue about staff who are working on track sides then being asked to take a meal break away from the main depot where there are no washing facilities, no toilet facilities, and nowhere to prepare a hot cooked meal.
Any permanent change must involve children, so they learn how to break away from the past and address new challenges with fresh perspectives.
William Whitener, artistic director of Kansas City Ballet, said his Duets dancers (pictured in rehearsal are Holly Zimmerman and Christopher Barksdale) had worked hard to break away from balletic habits in details such as hand positions, adjust to working in parallel, and develop increased mobility in the back and the more weighted plie needed for Cunningham's work.
While this makes it easier to bunt the ball, it does retard the break away from the plate.
Sun Moon's sect, supposedly "married" in a group ceremony in New York, to subsequently break away from the sect and return to the Catholic Church.
Still, in capturing his own experience, Berlanti found himself gravitating toward yet another group portrait of a light-knit circle of friends: "I knew I wanted to show a group of friends, where one character is trying to break away and one character is just entering the group, Some of the characters are autobiographical--I had an on-again, off-again [romance] like the Howie character myself, But I really borrowed the design and structure from movies about straight friends like Parenthood, Breaking Away, Diner, and Hannah and Her Sisters.
Outer booms have a hydraulically dampened break away system that allows boom to break away upon contact with an obstruction, then self return after clearing the obstacle.
ONE of Ireland's leading racecourses has elected to break away from the official line of its governing body over the proposed Turf Club-Irish Horseracing Authority merger.
They need a structural support system to break away.
Most of the people in our communities just don't see the advantage of using technology and it's up to those who know to make it accessible to them," says Loeb, founder and president of Break Away Technologies, a nonprofit organization that provides low-cost computer training and Internet access.
Tremper also conducts a series of tests to see how much force is needed to make the snowpack shear and break away.