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break

(brāk),
Separation into parts.

break

(brāk)
1. In orthopedics, a fracture.
2. To interrupt the continuity in a tissue or electric circuit or the channel of flow or communication.

break

a discontinuity, e.g. the change in coat color from puppies to adults.

wool break
horizontal bands of weakness in wool or haircoats may result in a 'break' in the wool and loss of the fleece, or a significant downgrading of its value. The weakness is usually the result of a period of disturbed metabolism, e.g. a severe attack of disease, or of poor nutrition.

Patient discussion about break

Q. How do I break it to my mother that I have infantile amnesia

A. i'de let the doctor that diagnosed me with infantile amnesia to tell it to my parents, he can explains to your mother exactly what it means,treatments all sorts..

Q. What are the reasons people break their diet? Recently I passed a screen test for a movie for the main role of heroin. There were 150 people who came for the test and only 13 got selected for various roles. The director suggested all thirteen of us to go on a diet to suit our characters. We were asked to come after dieting for a month. But to our surprise none of us showed any difference. The reason was we all broke our diets. What are the reasons that make people break their diet?

A. there's an aborigine tribe in Australia that it is a custom that the women feed their men for a month every year with "all you can eat" style. they eat much much more then they are used too. after that month , it doesn't take long until they come back to their normal size. that is because the body is not fooled so easily. his has it ways to leave you in your own weight. one of them is make it very very tough to maintain diet.

Q. is there like a big break through in the field of autism therapy and approaching?

A. there is a large amount of research on Autism. Social, neurological, psychiatric etc. today because of new imagine equipment there is better understanding of how our brain works (there are much more to be revealed but still). And there are breakthroughs all the time. You can get updated about research on the subject in this site:
http://www.autism-society.org/site/PageServer?pagename=research_home

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You look at the types of break-ins, locations and times, method of entry, and what items are being taken.
The Church Committee's staff, after reviewing that memorandum, asked FBI officials to identify the "specific targets" of black-bag jobs and the number of "domestic security" break-ins conducted by the bureau from 1942 to 1966.
Unless this happens to you, you don't realize how many break-ins there have been,'' Mr.
Other break-ins, including theft from detached garages and storage sheds, numbered 2,360 during the first nine months of 1994, a 12 per cent increase over the same period in 1993.
As late as April 1973--10 months after the break-in, a month after McCord's letter to Sirica--the prosecutors "still did not understand the immensity of the cover-up and the obstruction of justice that had been perpetuated," Emery writes.
Police are looking into the possibility that break-ins in southern New Hampshire and Vermont are also connected.
THE BOSS of a care company hit by two burglaries in little more than a week has posted CCTV footage of one of the break-ins online in a bid to catch the burglars.
Anyone with information about any of the break-ins are urged to call Coventry Police on 0845 113 5000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
In Northboro, there have been 27 house break-ins to date this year, compared with 22 for all of 2011.
Homeowners must not make it easy for those wanting to break-in.
The latest break-in happened on January 24 and club users are desperate for help to make it the last.
SPENCER - When police stopped at Lorna Shea's home in January to ask if she'd been the victim of a break-in, she was surprised.