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jawbreaker

[′jȯ‚brāk·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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Given the speed at which Jawbreaker entered into Afghanistan, Crumpton provides a warning on another issue highly relevant to the judge advocate's practice: protocol on detainee operations.
Burr offers close readings of several films that invoke Shakespeare, including Jawbreaker, The Rage: Carrie II, Never Been Kissed, and 10 Things I Hate About You (all released in 1999)--the last two are actual adaptations of As You Like It and The Taming of the Shrew, respectively.
Maybe we don't give the jawbreaker of interviews enough credit for his snippy answers to our simple questions.
Jawbreaker Popular girls at Reagan High School playfully kidnap a friend on her birthday and accidentally kill her.
Trouble is, the buddies gagged their victim with a jawbreaker and duct tape, the big ball of candy slipped down her windpipe, and when the trunk is opened, she's dead.
The Jawbreaker Window Gallery is another Whiteaker-area venue where McKillip has shown her work.
Other downtown galleries holding receptions tonight: Artworks, Cafe Paradiso, Circle of Hands, Criterion, Downtown Lounge, Eugene Museum of Art, OPN/EFN, Vivace, White Lotus, WOW Hall, Jawbreaker (Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts).
Bonnie is a truly gifted nineteen year-old singer and songwriter whose new Reprise Records release, Trouble, produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, L7, Jawbreaker, The Muffs, Alanis Morissette) and Bob Power (Meshell NdegeOcello, Rhian Benson, The Roots), features a dozen originals tracks, all written by the artist before she was sixteen.
Mix in a few multicolored sour ball or jawbreaker lights as he goes.
Then 10 minutes later, she's choking on a jawbreaker at home.
Well, they remind me of the Clash, RFTC, Foo Fighters, and a little taste of Jawbreaker without horkin' any riffs.
SANTA CLARITA - The lump was half the size of a jawbreaker by the time she discovered it.