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breakaway

Sport
a. a sudden attack, esp from a defensive position, in football, hockey, etc
b. an attempt to get away from the rest of the field in a race

breakaway

[′brāk·ə‚wā]
(fluid mechanics)
Boundary-layer separation in which the boundary layer does not become reattached to the surface.
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If you would like to volunteer to help out or want more information regarding the Summer Breakaway program you may contact Carol Vollintine at 217-594-7293 or Joyce Matthews at 217-563-8360.
'It was a team tactic that I would go in the breakaway so we could have a better control over the race,' Polanc said.
Stretching 100 feet more in length than the Pearl, the Breakaway can accommodate 1,660 more guests and has studio rooms for single passengers as well as suites.
"M-Theory's high growth rate and unique business model made them an ideal candidate for our financing structure," said Mike Connolly, Founder and General Partner of Breakaway Capital.
Sagan's Bora-Hansgrohe team-mate Rafal Majka attacked out of the breakaway on the climb of the Pic de Nore, crested some 41.5km from the finish, but was caught on the long descent towards Carcassonne as eight riders came together.
Bersaluna said Alvarado has already finished assisting the breakaway members in preparing the appropriate legal documents and the case was already filed on the same day at the prosecutor's office.
"Although the breakaway advisor activity has and will be whipsawed by external drivers, the underpinnings of established RIA sales essentially remain unchanged."
Following an ASIC surveillance into Breakaway and its advisers, ASIC had concerns regarding both the conduct of Breakaway as an AFS licensee and of Mr Roberts as an adviser.
In its initial statement, Norwegian Breakaway apologized to travelers who were delayed for the company's next embarkment, but did not talk about those stuck in the storm:
Drawing on her own experiences as president of Southern Vermont College, which is a majority Pell-eligible student serving institution, as well as her own experiences as a breakaway learner, Gross provides a unique perspective on the experiences of these students as they move through the education system.
When responding to further questions, more than half of breakaway brokers polled express their dissatisfaction with their employers due to several factors, such as corporate culture, leadership, career opportunities and compensation, TD Ameritrade's latest survey finds.
It's going to be a big but easy decision to cruise on Norwegian Breakaway for her winter 2018/19 season.