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breakout

(brāk′out′)
n.
A sudden manifestation or increase, as of a disease; an outbreak.
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Breakout time is determined by three primary factors: the number and type of centrifuges; the enrichment of the starting material; and the amount of enriched uranium required for a nuclear weapon.
Second, he says, breakout time is only a gross estimate, not some finely tuned mathematical calculation.
The courtyard tends to be the most favoured of all our breakout areas as it is outdoors and provides a pleasant environment for delegate groups to gather, although it was never intended to be a breakout area.
While these activities seem totally different, they all have one major factor in common: the power to sever prior mental patterns--and that's what the Breakout trigger is all about.
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He says research amongst steel workers has revealed up to five breakouts, although much smaller in scale, on the No 5 blast furnace in the past five years.
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In addition, participants could choose from among seven different breakout sessions on responding to information document requests, fringe benefit audits, international audit and appeals issues, mediation and interest netting, advanced audit issues involving mergers and acquisitions, capitalization issues, and tax litigation strategies.
Berlin, Wisconsin, discussed this role from both a theoretical and first-hand experience in breakout sessions.
Verification is an enormously difficult problem," he observed, "but verification doesn't even touch the chief element of Soviet breakout potential, the legal spare and test missiles.
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