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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.
The doctrines enable promisors to commit credibly to perform their promises without requiring the parties to negotiate a premium to reflect the added cost to the promisor of not breaching willfully.
Boyce, Ackerman and Crandall breached these fiduciary duties by, among other things, conspiring with each other and Occidental to deprive Adair and Adair Yemen of the full rights and benefits in the Block 20 concession, manipulating the relationship with subcontractors performing work on Block 20 to have that work supervised or directed by Occidental rather than Adair and/or to have such work performed or supervised by themselves, misappropriating assets belonging to Adair Yemen for the benefit of Occidental, misrepresenting Adair Yemen's status and their own status to officials in the Republic of Yemen and the public, and breaching the Company's confidentiality by unauthorized disclosures.
Typically, units happen into breaching operations before doctrinal conditions are set.
Mottern and his firm, Mottern, Fisher & Rosenthal, for representing both Voyager and Creative, and thus, breaching the attorney's fiduciary duty and duty of loyalty to Voyager.