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Synonyms for breakup

the termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)

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And if you're on the other side of the breakup, well, there's an app for that, too.
Despite the middling material-book and lyrics by Joel Trinidad, score by Rony Fortich-it's marvelous how Breakups gels so seamlessly with the capabilities and sensibilities of its young performers, this small band of college students finding youthful vitality in a sea of banality.
Furthermore, breakups have lasting effects on subsequent relationships and can lead to depression (Monroe, Rohde, Seeley, & Lewinsohn, 1999).
To uplift Anjali's morale and to make her feel better, Channel V is throwing a party to celebrate her breakup in a unique manner.
Washington, April 3 ( ANI ): In a new study, researchers have discovered unexpected climate-driven changes in the mighty Mackenzie River's ice breakup.
Nonetheless, further research is needed in this predominantly Hispanic female psychology student population in light of other data showing cultural differences on the breakups of Cuban-Americans, Mexicans, and Spaniards (Rodriguez, Montgomery, Pelaez & Salas, 2003).
Given these findings, the current study investigated the extent to which Christian students attending a state university appraise their non-marital breakups as a sacred loss/desecration and what implications these appraisals have for post-breakup adjustment and growth.
Each of the coaches participating in Post Breakup Wakeup have experienced difficult breakups or divorces or worked extensively to help women successfully navigate this transition in their lives.
Other research has examined emotional recovery from romantic relationship breakups between people who were not married.
Background literature on the variables that appeared to be affected by romantic breakups suggested the following: Gender differences in breakup distress have rarely been reported.
In the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys, activists, fed up with the MTA's bloat and lackluster service, petitioned for the agency's breakup into smaller, independent regional zones.
However, while the yearly breakup anomalies did not exhibit the occurrence of only earlier-or only later-than-average breakups, consolidation anomalies did exhibit this pattern in a number of years.
Such breakups aren't just an observational curiosity.
Earlier in the day, the Tax Commission, an advisory panel to the prime minister, approved a package of proposals to revamp the corporate tax regime to facilitate breakups and mergers of companies through tax cuts or deferment of tax collection with an eye toward enhancing their competitiveness.