Each person documented every break
taken during that time.
Jack Ellis-Pownall of Meltham Lib B registered a 29, Marsden Social's Dave Crosbie had fine breaks
of 34 & 26, Tony Proctor of Cowcliffe Lib had a 35, Tony Marren of Almondbury WMC A had a 36 break
as had Robert Read of Lindley WMC A, but Robert had further breaks
of 30 and 25, Trevor Liversidge of Golcar Con B had a fine 38.
To dig a little deeper, Chobani asked Americans how and when they take breaks
Master Instructor Aaron Doucet, who helped Master Jones with the seminar, said, “He had a perfect mix of understanding the technique but also understanding how much of the mental aspect it takes to break
in the candy, breaks
in the plot, breaks
in the GNP,
22m Britons have taken a gap year break
, a sabbatical or other lifestyle breaks
option may also depend on certain conditions, which can include all rents being fully paid up to the break
Be aware, however, that some state laws do require compensable work breaks
for employees, and unions will often negotiate these periods as a part of the collective-bargaining contract.
But when it comes to how we spend our breaks
, it seems people in the region are a sociable bunch who make the most of their time.
Religious organizations got many of these breaks
by lobbying for them, and The Times quoted experts who pointed out that in most cases, Congress and state lawmakers were only too happy to acquiesce to the demands of lobbyists representing religious interests.
I had a couple of chances to break
and missed a couple easy shots.
This will teach the pitcher to throw an inside curve--a pitch that starts at the batter and breaks
back toward the plate.
Said Miss Logan: "Traditional spring breaks
are when students go to tropical islands and do what college students do.
By producing cellulose-digesting enzymes, this fungus breaks
down logs in the forest and causes "jungle rot," which ruins tents and other fabrics in the tropics.
All that weight breaks
the canister's bracket--not good