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Contemporary Examples

Al Roker, Sleepless in 30 Rock for #Rokerthon Lloyd Grove November 11, 2014
National Book Awards Longlist to be Announced on Daily Beast The Daily Beast September 8, 2013
Autism Had Nothing to Do With Adam Lanza’s Rampage Richard E. Farley December 29, 2012
Twitter’s Winners and Losers Nina Strochlic December 28, 2012
Anne and Sophie Are The First NFIs For Prince George’s Christening Tom Sykes October 9, 2013
‘Horribly Wrong’—Fox’s Live Suicide and the Thrill of the Police Chase Eric Nusbaum September 29, 2012
June 20: 7 Best Moments From Sunday Talk The Daily Beast Video June 19, 2010
Is the Internet Making Us Forgetful? Michael S. Malone’s ‘The Guardian of All Things’ Austen Rosenfeld August 24, 2012
Boston Bombings Slow Capitol Hill Efforts on Immigration, Gun Control Patricia Murphy April 16, 2013

Historical Examples

Dead Man’s Rock Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch


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  • Breaking-point

    the point at which a person, object, structure, etc., collapses under stress. the point at which a situation or condition becomes critical. Historical Examples Story-Lives of Great Musicians Francis Jameson Rowbotham IT and Other Stories Gouverneur Morris Beyond John Galsworthy The Lady of the Basement Flat Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey Sidelights on Chinese Life […]

  • Breakneck

    reckless or dangerous, especially because of excessive speed; hazardous: He raced through the streets at breakneck speed. Contemporary Examples Surfer Garrett McNamara May Have Conquered His 100-Foot Wave Andy Jacobsohn January 30, 2013 Sorry, We’re Still Screwed Reihan Salam April 21, 2010 Where to Win Your Own Winter Olympics Lonely Planet January 3, 2014 Oh, […]

  • Breakout

    an escape, often with the use of force, as from a prison or mental institution. an appearance or manifestation, as of a disease, that is sudden and often widespread; outbreak. an itemization; breakdown: a hotel bill with a breakout of each service offered. an instance of surpassing any previous achievement: a breakout in gold prices. […]

  • Breakover

    jump (def 51).

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