Emma Holyer, Direct Line's Motor spokesperson, said: "In the panic of breaking down
, one in 10 drivers forget to switch on their hazard lights and over 300,000 motorists admitted they would wave down fellow drivers from the side of the road for assistance.
Two biblical metaphors form the basis for understanding cross-cultural mission: breaking down
dividing walls and inviting all to the banquet.
The process works like this: the parathyroid gland releases a hormone called, appropriately enough, parathyroid hormone, which tells osteoclasts to get to work breaking down
bone to release calcium into the blood.
The action of the vibrating deck is usually to impart about 900-1800 impacts a minute to the flask and mold while breaking down
the sand compact.
The breaking down
of myelin, the protective coating surrounding the nerve fibers of the brain and spinal cord, and the body's inability to repair it, are the result of such central nervous system diseases as MS.
The unique chemistry of bogs helped to prevent Clonycavan Man's body from decaying, or breaking down
, says Rolly Read, head of conservation at the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin, where the body currently resides.
In the July 20 Energy & Fuels, Miller's group describes a method for breaking down
polyethylene to make wax with the right molecular properties for conversion into lubricating oil.