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breakout

(brāk′out′)
n.
A sudden manifestation or increase, as of a disease; an outbreak.
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Physics and chemistry, on the other hand, are ordinarily taught as single courses, with one lecture section and multiple laboratory and break-out sections occasionally taught by regular members of the faculty.
A prison source said: "It's clear that two major break-outs have been thwarted.
While a fear of taking the plunge is holding back many of these potential business break-outs, greater awareness of business insurance could protect -edgling rms against uncertainties and help them prosper.
He was even offered thousands of pounds for the phone but refused because he feared it could be used to direct terror plots like the London Tube bombings, plan break-outs and run criminal empires from behind bars.
He would wait until after dark before he staged his break-outs because he knew what he was doing was wrong.
Within three weeks of its becoming the UK's first private prisoner escort service 10 years ago, seven prisoners had escaped from custody in seven break-outs.
Will be disappointed he did not do better with a couple of break-outs.
Teenagers Amanda Linner and Julia Engstrom have both been selected to play and will be hoping to make their own respective break-outs during the four-day tournament.
the structural investigation contract includes vertical and horizontal coring, concrete break-outs, ferro-scan surveys and half cell potential & resistivity surveys of rc beams, slabs and pier supports.
There is also little evidence to link the use of cosmetics and acne break-outs, however it is advisable for patients with acne to use oil-free products to reduce the risk of having excess oil in the skin.
But in the 19th century, when travelling menageries and circuses traversed Britain and the US, such break-outs were far more common.
Ms Cowie said: "In the 19th century such break-outs were far more common.