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breakout

(brāk′out′)
n.
A sudden manifestation or increase, as of a disease; an outbreak.
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Breakout makes women and urban youth feel independent, powerful and stand out from rest of the crowd.
Breakout Sessions (multiple 1-hour, 2-hour and 3-hour sessions will be offered)
The Pantech Breakout, powered by 4G LTE, features Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, 1 GHz processor, a 4-inch capacitive touch display (480 x 800), support for Google Mobile Services including access to over 250,000 apps available to download from Android Market, 4G LTE mobile hotspot supporting up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices, virtual QWERTY keyboard featuring SWYPE technology, a 5-megapixel autofocus rear-facing camera with HD video, VGA front-facing camera, Wi-Fi connectivity 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 support and an 8 GB pre-installed microSD.
Each attendee was able to attend three of the following choices: "Military Sealift Command/Vessel Selection Revealed;" "One Time Only Process;" "Coalition Mobility System;" "Lean Six Sigma;" "Pacific Exercises Lessons Learned;" and "Civilian Professional Development." Taylor said the brigade conference planners picked the subjects of both the general and breakout sessions based on one of two criteria.
"Breakout in Style is for companies that are looking for something that little bit more exciting by combining quality meeting and conference facilities with access to a fantastic range of activities."
It is important to allow delegates to discuss how the information they have received in the conference applies to them and the breakout areas must provide a great environment in which to do this.
Pedro Martinez's breakout season with the Expos came in 1997 when he was 25.
The first floor also consists of various breakout rooms where students can collaborate on projects.
Relocates policy on component breakout from DFARS Appendix D to DFARS Part 207; and relocates procedures for component breakout from DFARS Appendix D to PGI.
This was followed by the formation of three breakout groups to discuss areas in which the NIEHS has substantial extramural investments: neurodegeneration, reproduction, and lung and cardiovascular disease' In each discussion, participants attempted to identify, within that area of science, opportunities for integration, means to facilitate the incorporation of integrative opportunities to extramural investigators, and measures of successful integration.
Breakout Session 1: Ethics in Advertising-When is an Ad an Ad