break-away

break-away

Getting clear of the field.
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"Only fools will think that al-Nusra's break-away from al-Qaeda will make it any different.
ACCORDING TO SWIFT CEO BILL HOBER, THE Innovative features of the new Break-Away Solid bullet comprise the most comprehensive improvement to this type of bullet during the last century.
For some time Catalonians have been fighting to secede or break-away from Spain.
He was a fixture at Break-Away Billiards, where he enjoyed part-time employment and friendship as a member of their dart and pool leagues.
The number of "break-away brokers" (those who leave brokerage and captive firms)going independent is likely closer to 400 per year, down from 500 in 2009.
Rebelgate: Break-away threat June 2009 THE proposed budget cap of pounds 40million led to a big fallout between Formula One Teams' Association and world governing body the FIA, with FOTA threatening to break away.
army on Tuesday announced its forces arrested four break-away Shiite group operatives in Baghdad.
Beechwood managed to keep Leven in their own half for the most part but the home team equalised with a break-away attack.
In the event of a Scottish break-away, the paper claimed the new most northerly part of Britain would be....
This of course split the protestant church into two--Church of Scotland and the large break-away Free Church with two smaller secessions, The Auld Licht Church and the Wes Free Church--all still preaching infallibility and total Sabattarianism.
Soon after, the NBA switched to "break-away rims," which are mounted on springs (devices that return to their original shape after being compressed or stretched), explains Murphy.