In the warmth of the room it began to thaw and to break apart
in clinging chunks.
They are notoriously unstable and often break apart
in just hours or days.
Another supplement failed to break apart
properly in disintegration testing.
London, June 17 (ANI): New research reveals that when two parts of the Earth's crust break apart
, this does not always cause massive volcanic eruptions.
At that temperature, atoms can break apart
--and parts inside an atom can break apart
--and then the tiny particles inside those parts can break apart
About 167 million years ago, the great southern continent called Gondwana began to break apart
This is why the San Fernando Valley tried, in vain, to break apart
from the LAUSD: To give local parents, teachers and community leaders more say in their kids' education.
The forms that the artist has chosen to suggest this--replicas of real vehicles that were built, piloted, and often destroyed in test runs--are all somehow embryonic and risky: rockets that were not thoroughly tested, since their makers were aware of imminent defeat; unstable and disproportionate fighter planes, which turned out to be impossible to maneuver; cars that would tip over or break apart
if they encountered a mere pebble in their path.
There, rocks frequently break apart
, resulting in ground-shaking quakes.
After printing, each card can break apart
into three smaller cards that are typically carried on a user's key chain.
Without lube, the swing arm seizes up, causing the suspension to break apart
Folies de la Vigne, to Marin Marais's Baroque music, features a frieze of dancers in various poses who break apart
and assume conversational positions--a foibles-of-mankind piece, reminiscent, thematically and musically, of Mark Morris.