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break-out

The transfer of acoustic energy from the interior of an HVAC duct, through the duct walls, to the space surrounding the duct.
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Quite often, the defense will respond to the break-out with a switch - X covering 5 and D (the big defender) staying low on 3, as shown in Diag.
Lecture without break-outs: A course without break-out sections for which class size is greater than 30 students.
But Mr Lewis says he rejected Mrs Howard's advice and within months was fired, as break-outs at Whitemoor and Parkhurst jails created the need to find a scapegoat.
Britain was quite proudly maintaining this record and they had also got a lot of mileage in terms of propaganda from the break-outs from Stalag Luft III and Colditz,' he said.
Premenstrual break-outs of spots or blemishes are also very common on the chin, which is related to sexual health.
And a similar clampdown took place at Swaleside Prison on the Isle of Sheppey when officers were tipped off that a break-out was being planned.
e top dream break-outs include becoming a sportsperson, working with animals and being a writer.
I didn't want to risk my phone being used by terrorists to try to plan a break-out or, God forbid, organise atrocities.
I am told of several break-outs over the last five years from blast furnace number five.
CUNNING lurcher Red led mass kennel break-outs at a dogs' home - to raid the kitchens.
A prison service report into the Campsfield break-out said staff were inexperienced, poorly paid and worked exhausting shifts.