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  • 21 Break the Ice — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Break the ice Sencillo de Britney Spears del álbum Blackout Lado B Everybody Lanzamiento …

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  • 22 Break Your Heart — Single par Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris extrait de l’album Rokstarr Face A Break Your Heart Sortie 13 septembre …

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  • 23 Not Me, Not I — Single by Delta Goodrem from the album Innocent Eyes B side Right There Waiting Have Yourself …

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  • 24 Break the Spell — Студийный аль …

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  • 25 Not from There — Origin London, United Kingdom Genres Alternative rock Indie rock Noise Rock Years active 1991–2001 Labels Trinity Malignant …

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  • 26 break one's word — {v. phr.} To renege on a promise. * /When Jake broke his word that he would marry Sarah, she became very depressed./ …

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  • 27 break one's word — {v. phr.} To renege on a promise. * /When Jake broke his word that he would marry Sarah, she became very depressed./ …

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  • 28 Not Just Another Bunch of Pretty Faces — Studio album by If Released October 1974 Recorded be …

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  • 29 break fee — Fee payable by one party to the other if the deal does not proceed for a specified reason (e.g., seller has agreed to sell the business to another party). Provision can be unenforceable if not drafted properly; in particular, it needs to be a… …

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  • 30 break up — {v.} 1. To break into pieces. * /The workmen broke up the pavement to dig up the pipes under it./ * /River ice breaks up in the spring./ 2. {informal} To lose or destroy spirit or self control. Usually used in the passive. * /Mrs. Lawrence was… …

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  • 31 break up — {v.} 1. To break into pieces. * /The workmen broke up the pavement to dig up the pipes under it./ * /River ice breaks up in the spring./ 2. {informal} To lose or destroy spirit or self control. Usually used in the passive. * /Mrs. Lawrence was… …

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  • 32 break fee — ➔ fee * * * break fee UK US noun [C] LAW ► (also break up fee) a payment that a company must make if it does not keep an agreement to be sold to another company: »There is a £6m break fee if the company sells out to another bidder. ► a payment …

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  • 33 break new ground — phrase to do something completely different from what has been done before Thesaurus: to start doing something new or differentsynonym Main entry: break * * * break new (or fresh) ground do something innovative that is considered an advance or… …

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  • 34 break out — {v.} 1. To begin showing a rash or other skin disorder. Often used with with . * /He broke out with scarlet fever./ 2. To speak or act suddenly and violently. * /He broke out laughing./ * /She broke out, That is not so! / 3. To begin and become… …

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  • 35 break out — {v.} 1. To begin showing a rash or other skin disorder. Often used with with . * /He broke out with scarlet fever./ 2. To speak or act suddenly and violently. * /He broke out laughing./ * /She broke out, That is not so! / 3. To begin and become… …

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  • 36 Break the Spell — Studioalbum von Daughtry Veröffentlichung 2011 Label RCA Records Format …

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  • 37 break down something — break down (something) 1. to divide something into smaller parts. The quickest way to get this job done is to break it down into a number of specific steps. 2. to cause something to weaken or decay. Temperatures were high enough to break down the …

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  • 38 break down — (something) 1. to divide something into smaller parts. The quickest way to get this job done is to break it down into a number of specific steps. 2. to cause something to weaken or decay. Temperatures were high enough to break down the chemicals …

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  • 39 Not Fade Away (song) — Not Fade Away B side to Oh, Boy! by The Crickets from the album The Chirping Crickets Released October 27, 1957 (1957 10 27) Recorded May 27, 1957 in Clovis, New Mexico …

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  • 40 Not Quite Dead Enough —   …

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