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breakout

(brāk′out′)
n.
A sudden manifestation or increase, as of a disease; an outbreak.
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e hairy Houdini then taught other orangutans how to break-out by using a tree branch as a crowbar to force open the doors of the enclosures.
The US report, for example, includes break-outs for the following 27 metropolitan areas: Albuquerque, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas Fort Worth, Denver, Hartford, Honolulu, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York, Omaha, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Tulsa and Washington, DC.
Conventional elastomer seals which have proved to last the lifetime of process equipment, or provide leak-free operation between programmed maintenance break-outs may have established their suitability.
In addition to the production of TV programs, UNIC Beirut's partnership with the Arab Woman TV Channel also comprises supporting a number of existing programs that are being aired on the channel and the production of special reportages and customized break-ins break-outs on all international days of relevance to women.
Joe Simpson, spokesman for the POA, said he believed reducing staff by 200 to 380 could lead to attempted break-outs.
A fortnightly deep clean will help prevent skin break-outs and improve application - without affecting the quality of the brushes.
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The survey of 105 doctors and nurses who specialise in skin conditions found 41 per cent had seen a noticeable increase in stress-related break-outs.
Children under three years old are especially susceptible to break-outs of HFMD.
As his friends and staff will confirm, he has invariably kept the pledge with no illicit break-outs.
According to the company release, the new Vessel Manager's software and hardware help assure plant safety by warning of potential break-outs and provides trending data to establish efficient re-lining schedules.
Three new firms are hoping to become break-outs after launching in a humdrum market.