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a charming person who is irresponsible in emotional relationships

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a narrow defeat or a defeat at the last minute

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We would be grateful if you could respect the privacy of the entire Heartbreaker family during this difficult time.
His death comes weeks after he completed a 40th anniversary tour with the Heartbreakers.
Petty first burst on to the music scene in the 1976 with his group Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
As founder member of The Heartbreakers alongside former New York Dolls, Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan, Lure carved his name in punk folklore as part of the ill-fated Anarchy tour with the Sex Pistols, The Damned and The Clash that crashed following the Pistols' infamous appearance on the Bill Grundy Show.
The latest album, Hypnotic Eye, boasts what Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers do best - great, uncomplicated, American rock'n'roll.
This sequel to The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers (HarperTeen, 2011/VOYA December 2011) is fast paced and fun to read, but it is lacking in real emotion.
Here he and the Heartbreakers are recorded live in the studio without overdubs at their bluesy best.
The guitars also included a Mike Campbell model Dusenberg created for Heartbreakers guitar player Mike Campbell for the band s 30th anniversary in 2006.
It has been reported that the film is embroiled in a plagiarism controversy ever since Heartbreakers distributors opened up about their doubts on the originality of Jodi Breakers.
But who knew the 59-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer could convincingly channel the blues and his Heartbreakers were closet "bluesbreakers"?
Other notable projects include two more Alien movies, the Ghostbusters films, Copycat, Galaxy Quest, The Ice Storm and Heartbreakers.
Copious scenes of the jubilant Heartbreakers on their first European trip (their 1976 debut album, overlooked at home, enjoyed huge popularity in England) include an appearance on the BBC rock show "Old Grey Whistle Test.
5 million lofts and $3,000-a-month rentals on the formerly dilapidated Lower East Side where the Ramones, the Heartbreakers and Television once scuffled.
Heartbreakers boasts good performances from a strong cast, including Ray Liotta and Hackman, and packs in enough laughs to make it genuinely enjoyable to watch.
In Heartbreakers (1984), Mancuso plays a confused businessman competing with artist Peter Coyote for Carol Laure's affections.