Breakaway

Breakaway

Breakaway may refer to:

Music

;Songs
* "Breakaway" (Kelly Clarkson song)
* "Breakaway" (Donna Summer song)
* "Breakaway" (Irma Thomas song)
* "Breakaway" (Tracey Ullman song)
* "Break Away", a song by the Beach Boys
* "Breakaway", a song by ZZ Top from "Antenna"
* "Breakaway", a song by Tsunami Bomb from "Mayhem on the High Seas"
* "Breakaway", a song by Big Pig, used in the opening sequence of the film "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure"

;Albums
* "Breakaway" (album), an album by Kelly Clarkson
* "Breakaway" (Kris Kristofferson album)
* "Breakaway", an album by Gallagher and Lyle, and the title song
* "Breakaway" (Art Garfunkel album), including a cover of the Gallagher and Lyle song
* "Breakaway", an album by the Pasadena Roof Orchestra

;Other
* The Breakaways, at least two American bands
* Breakaway music, a U.S. Naval tradition

Television

* , the pilot episode of "Space: 1999"
* Breakaway PPV, a Canadian pay-per-view television provider
* "Breakaway" (TV series), an English TV series written by Francis Durbridge

Other media and performing arts

* Breakaway (film), a 1955 British film.
* Breakaway (dance), a 1920s dance style
* Breakaway (Transformers), a fictional character in the Transformers universes
* BreakAway Games, an American video game developer
* Breakaway (Radio), a former BBC Radio 4 series on leisure during 1980s and 1990s (Saturday 09:30 - 10:00). Presented by Bernard Falk, Pete McCarthy, Laurie Taylor, Eddie Mair and others.
* A type of theatrical property

ports

* Breakaway (ice hockey)
* Breakaway roping, a rodeo event
* In cycling, a group of riders detaching themselves from the front of the peloton

Other uses

* Breakaway (biscuit), a chocolate bar produced by Nestle
*BreakAway Games, a serious game and video game developer located in Hunt Valley, Maryland
* Breakaway, North Carolina, US
* Breakaway friction, or stiction, the threshold of force required to overcome static cohesion
* Breakaway Ministries, a college ministry program at Texas A&M University, US
* Breakaway (magazine), a Christian magazine for teenage males


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См. также в других словарях:

  • Breakaway — Studioalbum von Kelly Clarkson Veröffentlichung 30. November 2004 (USA) 1. August 2005 (D) Label RCA Records …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Breakaway — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Breakaway Album de estudio de Kelly Clarkson Publicación 30 de noviembre del 2004 Grabación 2004 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Breakaway — est un nom porté par différents personnages de l univers Transformers. Nom: Breakaway Affiliation : Autobots Protoform: Autobot Fonction : Guerrier Mode véhicule : F35 Lightning II (avion de chasse) Armes : Sniper,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Breakaway — ряд музыкальных альбомов и синглов различных исполнителей. Breakaway альбом группы «Shy» Breakaway альбом Келли Кларксон Breakaway сингл Келли Кларксон с одноимённого альбома …   Википедия

  • breakaway — [brāk′ə wā΄] adj. 1. breaking away from a given position, procedure, group, etc. ☆ 2. designed to break harmlessly upon slight impact, as a theatrical prop used in staging a fight 3. Basketball Hockey etc. of a play in which the offensive player… …   English World dictionary

  • Breakaway — Break a*way , n. [Break + away] [Australasia] 1. A wild rush of sheep, cattle, horses, or camels (especially at the smell or the sight of water); a stampede. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. An animal that breaks away from a herd. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 3 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • breakaway — 1906 (n.), in reference to sports; 1930s (adj.) in reference to splinter groups; from BREAK (Cf. break) (v.) + AWAY (Cf. away) …   Etymology dictionary

  • breakaway — ► NOUN 1) a withdrawal from something established or long standing. 2) a sudden rush away from a main group …   English terms dictionary

  • breakaway — break|a|way1 [ˈbreıkəweı] adj breakaway group/party/movement a breakaway group etc is formed by people who have left another group because of a disagreement ▪ a breakaway group of journalists ▪ Hundreds of miners joined the breakaway union.… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • breakaway — I. noun Date: 1881 1. a. one that breaks away b. a departure from or rejection of (as a group or tradition) 2. a. a play (as in hockey) in which an offensive player breaks free of the defenders and rushes toward the goal b. a sudden acceleration… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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