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  • 61 break fees — Also known as failure costs agreements. A payment from the buyer or seller to the other (or possibly payable by the target itself) if the deal does not proceed to signing or closing. Common situations that trigger a break fee payment are breach… …

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  • 62 Not Another B Movie — Directed by John Wesley Norton Produced by James Vallo John Wesley Norton Chuck Kelly Robert Foreman (Executive Producer) Z.D. Smith (Co Executive Producer) Written by John Wesley Norton …

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  • 63 break your back — break (your) back informal to put a lot of effort into doing something. I m not going to break my back working for Ј120 a week! (often + doing something) …

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  • 64 break back — break (your) back informal to put a lot of effort into doing something. I m not going to break my back working for Ј120 a week! (often + doing something) …

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  • 65 break|age — «BRAY kihj», noun. 1. a breaking; break: »The breakage of the girder was due to a fault in the steel. 2. the amount or quantity of anything broken: »The breakage was excessive. 3. damage or loss caused by breaking: »a high rate of breakage. 4. an …

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  • 66 Not Final — Not Final! Author Isaac Asimov Country United States Language English Series Jovian Menace Genre …

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  • 67 Not in Kansas Anymore — Studio album by Basehead Released 1993 Recorded 1993 …

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  • 68 Break It to Me Gently — is a pop song written by Diane Lampert and Joe Seneca. The tune was originally a hit for Brenda Lee in 1962, climbing into the Top Ten of both the Country and Pop charts. Twenty years later, Juice Newton released a decidedly more torch version of …

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  • 69 Break It to Me Gently (Aretha Franklin song) — Break It to Me Gently was an R B hit for Aretha Franklin in 1977. Released from the Sweet Passion album, it reached number one on the Hot Soul Singles chart in June, 1977. It was not very successful on the Billboard Hot 100, however, peaking only …

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  • 70 break someone's heart — break (someone s) heart 1. to make someone who loves you very sad, especially by telling them you do not love them any more. He broke my heart, but I ll never forget him. 2. if an unpleasant situation or event breaks your heart, it makes you feel …

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  • 71 break heart — break (someone s) heart 1. to make someone who loves you very sad, especially by telling them you do not love them any more. He broke my heart, but I ll never forget him. 2. if an unpleasant situation or event breaks your heart, it makes you feel …

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  • 72 break faith with something — break faith with (something/someone) formal to stop supporting an idea or person, especially by not doing what you promised to do. She claims that the government has broken faith with teachers by failing to give additional funds to education …

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  • 73 break faith with someone — break faith with (something/someone) formal to stop supporting an idea or person, especially by not doing what you promised to do. She claims that the government has broken faith with teachers by failing to give additional funds to education …

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  • 74 break faith with — (something/someone) formal to stop supporting an idea or person, especially by not doing what you promised to do. She claims that the government has broken faith with teachers by failing to give additional funds to education …

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  • 75 break up — not date anymore, not be lovers anymore, breakup    Lan and Chan broke up last night. They had a bad quarrel …

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  • 76 break a promise — not do as you promised, go back on your word    Trudy never breaks a promise. She is very dependable …

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  • 77 break the law/rules — not obey the law, commit a crime    If you rob a store, you are breaking the law …

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  • 78 Break (work) — Lunch break redirects here. For lunch breaks at school, see Recess (break). Two men taking a break during their workday. A break at work is a period of time during a shift in which an employee is allowed to take time off from his/her job. There… …

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  • 79 break — break1 [ breık ] (past tense broke [ brouk ] ; past participle broken [ broukən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 separate into pieces ▸ 2 fail to obey rules ▸ 3 make a hole/cut ▸ 4 destroy someone s confidence ▸ 5 when people learn news ▸ 6 stop for a short time …

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  • 80 Break-of-gauge — With railways, a break of gauge is where a line of one gauge meets a line of a different gauge. Trains and rolling stock cannot run through without some form of conversion between gauges, and freight and passengers must otherwise be transloaded.… …

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