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breakout

(brāk′out′)
n.
A sudden manifestation or increase, as of a disease; an outbreak.
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She agreed to mentor them, and now both are in seventh grade and work on breakouts every chance they get.
Although my articles usually focus on Google Apps, this one will feature Breakout Edu (which works often with Google Apps), a game where students have to break into a box through answering riddles and clues.
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If you're dealing with breakouts beyond the face, use the same sunscreen on your affected areas.
It took Phoenix a day to do what the city of Los Angeles needed about two months to do - provide a detailed and understandable breakout of the federal and state funds it receives each year.
Mr Cairns says no breakouts have been reported from the plant's No 4 blast furnace in recent years.
Once the general category was established, we requested and received additional breakouts by technological process.
Bacteria and oil can build up which can lead to clogged pores and breakouts.
Skin smarts: Most salicylic acid products are gentle enough to use every day to prevent breakouts, You can spot treat whiteheads (a clogged pore that looks like a little white bump) and blackheads (a clogged pore that actually goes past the white bump stage and gets exposed to air, turning it black) with a 2% salicylic acid product.
Cost breakouts for each location, examining agent-related expenses as well as those related to telcos, property and other.