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the act or an instance of escaping, as from confinement or difficulty

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Breakout Sessions (multiple 1-hour, 2-hour and 1-hour sessions will be offered)
The Pantech Breakout will be available on 22 September 2011 in Verizon Wireless Communication Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com for USD99.99 after a USD50 mail in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement.
Navy LCDR Michael Bethany, SDDC G3 - Pacific team chief, facilitated the most widely attended breakout session of the conference, "Pacific Exercises Lessons Learned." Bethany said the session was useful to give attendees a basic understanding of exercise transportation, but it would be even better if attendees had a more thorough grounding on financing, mobility, and surface deployment before discussing exercises.
He added: "Progress has been steady since the launch of Breakout in Style late last year, and we've hosted a range of companies, from multi-national corporations such as Novo Nordisk to smaller local companies.
Because of the high number of variables with any PCB design, it is not possible to have a single BGA breakout solution for all.
She explains why the courtyard area is so successful as a breakout area, saying:
Bob Gibson's breakout year came when he turned 27, in 1963 for St.
The second floor consists of an information desk staffed by a librarian to assist students, an internet lounge, and a service desk where students can go for support, reserve breakout rooms, and rent loaner laptops.
The final session consisted of readback presentations from the breakout panel discussions.
Breakout Session 1: Consumer Trends Affecting Agri-Food
FEI's Committee on Finance and Information Technology (CFIT) took part in the Society for Information Management (SIM)'s annual conference in Boston in mid-September, and provided content for three breakout sessions.
In Breakout, you did the history of Dangerhouse, too, is that correct?
Breakout sessions with Valerie Wilson Wesley, Virginia DeBerry, Donna Grant and others.
Conference attendees participated in breakout group sessions, during which participants worked together to outline research agendas, opportunities and potential technology barriers for five distinct, forest-industry related topics:
In addition to the presentations and breakout sessions, the event's organizers anticipate between 100 and 120 companies will be making use of the exhibit space.