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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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David Wittels, Partner and Head of Private Equity at Scopia added, "We were very pleased that Breakaway was able to quickly deliver on the terms and structure the Company required.
Minotaur provided one of its shares for every 10 Breakaway shares, with the offer closing on October 18.
The offer to acquire no less than 90% of the Breakaway Shares on issue will, if successful, enable Minotaur to move to compulsory acquisition of any outstanding shares not held as at that time.
Meyer Werft delivered Norwegian Breakaway, the first of Norwegian's two new 146,600 gross ton, 4,000-passenger Breakaway class vessels on April 25, 2013; and will deliver Norwegian Getaway, in mid-January 2014.
Through Avema and Breakaway's current partnership, which was established in January, Breakaway began using Avema's Advanced Vendor Management (AVM) system to provide TEM to its clients.
In his first year with Media Breakaway, Joe has already made a huge impact on numerous areas of the company.
Under the offer, Breakaway shareholders will receive one (1) new Minotaur share for every ten (10) Breakaway shares held.
Norwegian s chief executive Kevin Sheehan stated that, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway have garnered significant attention in the marketplace with their innovative design, rich stateroom mix and world-class amenities.
Breakaway benefits from greatly increased efficiency, enabling us to service more clients without adding headcount.
We give up two breakaway goals in the third period of a 1-1 game?
Manning's promotion with Media Breakaway," said Jenny Johnson, Vice President of Special Projects.
The Art Brand Studios transaction represents Breakaway Capital Partners Fund's initial investment.