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breakaway

A small plastic piece with an internal spring which is used to provide force on a facebow appliance.

breakaway

(brāk′ă-wā″)
In orthodontics, a device to apply tension or force to a facebow.
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ASIC acknowledges the cooperation of both Breakaway and Mr Roberts during the surveillance.
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Breakaway Challengers, run by Tipton's Murray Hall Community Trust, supports many of the themes addressed in the Government's Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy, launched by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith last month.
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