Definitions for "Breakaway"
A wild rush of sheep, cattle, horses, or camels (especially at the smell or the sight of water); a stampede.
the sudden emergence of one or more players or contestants from a clustered group, rushing toward a goal, as bicyclists in a race, or baketball players after a rebound has been caught.
a splitting of the field, where some riders race ahead, trying to avoid being reabsorbed by the larger and more aerodynamicly efficient peloton.
Keywords:  prop, shatter, flanker, broken, chair
an object designed to break off or shatter under impact, as a safety measure.
a prop especially constructed so that it will shatter or come apart easily; breakaways are widely used in action sequences such as a chair being broken over an actor's back in a barroom brawl
Prop or item of furniture designed to break/shatter with impact. Breakaway furniture and some props are usuallycapable of restoration to be "broken" again.
Breakaway is the hugely successful Grammy Award-winning second album by Kelly Clarkson released on November 30 2004 (see 2004 in music). It debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 album chart with sales of 250,000 units. After spending 61 consecutive weeks in the top twenty of the U.S.
"Breakaway" is a single off the The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Disney soundtrack, then was reissued by RCA/Sony as the first single (in North America, Latin America, Brazil and Australia only) and the fifth single in Europe, from Breakaway, the second album by pop rock singer Kelly Clarkson.
Breakaway is the second duet album by Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge, released in 1974 on Monument Records. It is one of three duet albums by the couple. Unlike Kristofferson solo albums, it features several covers.
an exciting play, and usually a very good scoring chance
situation where an attacker breaks free of defenders and moves in on the goalkeeper for 1 vs. 1 situation.
The situation in a match when an attacker penetrates the defense and is 1 vs. 1 with the goalkeeper
A break which is taken in open position, with partners moving in opposition."Break" que se ejecuta en posición abierta, moviéndose los miembros de la pareja en direcciones opuestas .
During 1919 through 1927, Breakaway was one of the most famous and trendy swing dance and was the product of the Texas Tommy. Movements from the Charleston were included into the Breakaway. Performed in closed position, unless the guide chose to rock out the secondary partner into an open position, which is where it got its name from.
a small plastic dental supply piece with an internal spring which is used
a small plastic piece with golden west dental an internal spring which is
A breakaway is a small plastic piece with an internal spring, which is used to provide force on a facebow.
a leg (line of distributors) that has grown to the extent which you no longer receive commissions from each distributor in that leg but you do get an override (royalty) off the total sales volume of that leg
An abbreviation for "stairstep / breakaway," one of the four major types of compensation plan. It can also refer to a distributor in your downline who has met certain minimum monthly qualifications and has consequently "broken away" from your group.
Ability to separate audio and video signals for switching them independently. For example: the audio and video signals from one source may "break away" and be switched to two different destinations. This is the opposite of the term "audio follow".
The ability to separate signals for the purpose of switching them independently. For example: an audio and video signal from the same source may be "broken away" and switched to different destinations. This is the opposite of the term "follow".
A routing control mode wherein an audio source can be selected independently of the video source and vice versa. See AFV/Audio-Follow-Video.
Breakaway is a brand of chocolate-covered digestive biscuit from Nestlé, produced since 1970.
Keywords:  herd, animal
An animal that breaks away from a herd.
A wafer design used on unshrouded stick headers that allows customers to break down the headers into different circuit sizes.
Keywords:  headgear, safety, device
A safety device used in headgear
the act of breaking away or withdrawing from; "there was a breakaway by the discontented members"; "a breaking away from family and neighborhood"
having separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude; "a breakaway faction"
entering a building without permission.