break-out


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break-out

[ˈbreɪkaʊt] Nfuga f, evasión f

break-out

[ˈbreɪkˌaʊt] nevasione f
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e hairy Houdini then taught other orangutans how to break-out by using a tree branch as a crowbar to force open the doors of the enclosures.
The break-out by printer technology covers continuous printing, piezoelectric, thermal and valve jet.
Our guards will tap the big guys (4 and 5), which will send them up on the break-out.
e top priority for would-be break-out businesses is building a website (51%) followed by tax registration (45%) and nancial processes (39%).
Criticised Parkhurst boss John Marriott so venomously after a break-out that the governor now admits: "I contemplated suicide.
That is 14 more than previously thought and four more than the famous Allied escape from Stalag Luft III - making it the biggest break-out of prisoners on either side in World War II.
ZONE 11 & 13IF you've had extensive dental surgery you might notice a break-out of spots or blemishes along the jaw line, near the ears.
HUNDREDS of locks at two high security prisons have had to be changed at a cost of pounds 1million following fears of a break-out by inmates.
We have also been informed that there has not been a molten metal break-out from furnace number 5 since 1994 and that the state of the furnace had been thoroughly reviewed in the past few months, with this review concluding that the furnace would have a campaign life longer than originally thought a year ago.
In addition to keynote panels, BlogHer Business will feature break-out sessions focused on creating a social media presence online and on executing effective blogger relations and outreach.
It occurred to me then that in the wrong hands a phone could be used to plan a break-out.
After the 12th break-out staff at the South London home, mindful of its reputation for being haunted, decided to install CCTV - and all was revealed.