water break

water break

[′wȯd·ər ‚brāk]
(metallurgy)
A break in the continuity of the film of water on the surface of a metal withdrawn from an aqueous bath.
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However, a water break midway through the first period allowed McInnes to make tweaks to his side, which Quinn believes resulted in them going on to triumph.
He told the BBC: "It is a little intimidating when you're stood across the net from them for the very first time, you're nervous, then you have a water break and talk to them and they make you feel more comfortable," he tells BBC Sport.
It shows the glazed eyes one gets from day-in, day-out field work, and it shows the attempts at lifting spirits, that time on the stoop with the guitar, or that mid-morning water break. We hope you enjoy, or at least, take solace in them.
Allison Peery, 36, of Madison said Friday that she and her husband, Zach, were on their way home from visiting his family near San Francisco on Wednesday when she felt her water break.
Additional renovations include the club's banquet bar, which was damaged as a result of a main water break just before the new year and a newly designed drainage system for the 18-hole golf course.
After a brief water break, perform an exercise called the woodchopper and twist with a plate.
I have no problem with having an official water break in each half in this country when it gets really hot.
At least one school in Maryland is giving students a break, a water break that is.
In his seventh question, al-Biruni asks: if things expand upon heating and contract upon cooling, why does a flask filled with water break when water freezes in it?
JOSE MOURINHO reckons time-outs for 'coaching breaks' should be introduced in football - and cites the water break during the World Cup game between Holland and Mexico when Louis van Gaal publicly altered his side's tactics, won the match and earned major plaudits.
The water break apparently led to problems with a nearby natural gas line.
At the first water break, they shoot the bonus, then the two or three, etc.