time break

time break

[′tīm ‚brāk]
(engineering)
A distinctive mark shown on an exploration seismogram to indicate the exact detonation time of an explosive energy source.
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The Blues had to come from behind after Ryan McCord scored a smart backheel goal to see his side ahead at the half- time break.
It also appeared significant, Scott said, that the proposals would for the first time break out postemployment health care plans, often included in the measurement and reporting of defined-benefit plans, for separate disclosure.
Then, as sediments accumulate over organic layers, pressure, temperature and time break these organic molecules into the heavy hydrocarbons of oil and then into the lighter hydrocarbons of natural gas.
The American football spectacular attracts 800 million viewers - and the half- time break is the most expensive TV adverts slot in the world.
Gould walked out of the club during the half time break in Wednesday night's LDV Vans Trophy defeat at Bristol City.
He gets a second chance for salvation after 113 of the most heinous criminals of all time break out of Hades, and he is sent to Earth to stop them.
But once again the Bucks were pegged back through Stuart Wellstead's penalty Marie then collected his hat-trick after scoring from the penalty spot five minutes before the half time break.
But for all their dominance they only took an Ian Makin goal into the half time break, and that proved to be their downfall as RAFA were a different team the second half, going no to win the game 3-2.
At the launch of its new 2010 summer campaign the NITB said this is the year of the staycation and Irish holidaymakers wanting to watch their pennies and enjoy a great at the same time break should look no further than the North.
They were 27-0 up at the half time break, but they showed no mercy to the visitors.