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fast break

[¦fast ′brāk]
(metallurgy)
Interruption of the current in the magnetizing coil during nondestructive testing of magnetic particles; induces eddy currents and strong magnetization.
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Fastbreak Kids has typically leased space directly from public and private schools at night and during weekends.
The hypothesis of the research: We have assumed the fact that studying the fastbreak efficiency on the teams from the first four places at the World Championship in China, 2009, will have a substantial contribution in modelling the performance capacity of the female national handball teams.
The secondary fastbreak (or breaks) should integrate the offensive personnel's strengths and also benefit from any of the opposition's defensive weaknesses that are discovered.
Eight out of 10 consumers who tried Reese's FastBreak told us they would buy it again," says marketing manager Tim Rea.
That has led to a big difference in opponents' fastbreak points, 18.
In the crucial KO stages, the Americans had a whopping 42 fastbreak points against the Slovenians, who had 25 turnovers.
That's a valuable commodity for the trail post in Westhead's offense, as she can camp out at top of the key in the fastbreak for catch-and-shoot opportunities.
Anytime a team fails to score on its initial primary fastbreak, the coaching staff must be ready to transition into the next phase of the overall attack.
Free basketball sessions are being put on for youngsters aged seven and upwards by YOS and Fastbreak - a city basketball club - in Tile Hill, Foleshill, Longford, Willenhall, Radford and Hillfields.