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breaching

[′brēch·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The space between the end of the tubing and the jacket of a hot-water or steam boiler.
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Breaching fundamentals describe actions on the objective, otherwise known as SOSRA:
SOSRA actions are vital to combined arms breaching, but they can only be accomplished if the maneuver task force is task-organized properly using the third breaching tenet--breaching organization.
Moreover, the promisor will get that premium at little or no cost, since she can, by definition, get that premium (and avoid enhanced liability) simply by not breaching willfully.
This will expand the breaching and penalty system, which is applied to unemployment welfare recipients.
Edward Leigh, chairman of the Commons public accounts committee, said the Home Office needed to reinforce the message that breaching ASBOs was "unacceptable and it will not be tolerated".
"Obstacle breaching is the employment of a combination of tactics and techniques to project combat power to the far side of an obstacle.