Definitions for "Breakdown"
Keywords:  lame, horse, suffers, injury, broke
the occurrence of injury or lameness in a horse in a race or workout.
when a horse suffers an injury; lameness.
When a horse suffers a potentially career-ending injury, usually to the leg: The horse suffered a breakdown. The horse broke down.
a large or small accumulation of rock filling all or part of a cave passage after the collapse of part of the walls and ceiling.
An underground rock fall. Blocks of rock become detached from the roof of the cave. The accumulation produces a series of rough angular rock fragments scattered on the cave floor.
A heap of rock filling all or part of a cave passage after the collapse of part of the walls or ceiling. The term usually refers only to large accumulations of rock.
Keywords:  album, singer, song, lonesome, stevie
Breakdown is the sixth album by singer/songwriter Melissa Etheridge, released in 1999 (see 1999 in music).
"Breakdown" is a song co-written by American singer Mariah Carey and Stevie J for Carey's seventh album Butterfly (1997). Co-produced by Carey, Stevie and Puff Daddy, it features raps by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (with an emphasis on rapped parts from Krayzie Bone and Wish Bone). "Breakdown" was one of the first of Carey's album tracks to veer in a hip hop direction, and many were surprised when she contacted Bone Thugs-N-Harmony to record the song as she was considered more of a pop/adult contemporary singer at the time.
"Breakdown" is a song written and played by Jack Johnson. It is the eleventh track on the album "In Between Dreams" which was released in February 2005. It was released as a single in January 2006.
a detailed list (usually prepared by the assistant director) of everything required for the shooting of a film, scene-by-scene and day-by-day
A written accounting of the shooting schedule and production resources.
The separation of a roll of camera original negative into its individual scenes.
Keywords:  noisy, shuffling, rude, dance, rapid
A noisy, rapid, shuffling dance engaged in competitively by a number of persons or pairs in succession, as among the colored people of the Southern United States, and so called, perhaps, because the exercise is continued until most of those who take part in it break down.
Any rude, noisy dance performed by shuffling the feet, usually by one person at a time.
the act of disrupting an established order so it fails to continue; "the social dislocations resulting from government policies"; "his warning came after the breakdown of talks in London"
a generic term for the inability to handle pressure and stress
a stressful situation that can be compounded by traffic, weather, location, even the time of day
Keywords:  mostow, dixon, quinlan, kurt, kathleen
Breakdown is a comic published by Devil's Due Productions as part of their Aftermath line. It began in October 2004, and is written by Chuck Dixon, and drawn by Dave Ross.
Breakdown is a 1997 film, written and directed by Jonathan Mostow. The film stars Kurt Russell, J.T. Walsh and Kathleen Quinlan.
Keywords:  breakthrough
a Breakthrough
disintegration of plant tissue; rotting. (of fungicides, insecticides etc.) failure to control (disease, pest etc.) by dosage or concentration of the material that has previously been effective, e.g. as a result of occurrence of resistant strains of the organism. Note: it is the control that has ` broken down `not the chemical. the occurrence of severe disease in a formerly resistant host variety. A general term describing a condition which may have several alternative causes. It commonly refers to the advent of a race of the pathogen having a gene for virulence corresponding with a particular major gene for resistance in the host, i.e. the change occurs in the pathogen and not in the host. In this sense the word is misleading and should be abandoned. The term may also be applied in circumstances in which resistance (usually field resistance) becomes ineffective, e.g. under adverse environmental conditions, with no change in the virulence of the pathogen. Breakdown, Low Temperature: disintegration of plant tissues (especially fruits etc.) associated with storage at low temperatures.
The condition for a reverse biased semiconductor junction when its high resistance, under the reverse bias, suddenly decreases, causing excessive current. Not necessarily destructive.
when a critical field is exceeded in an insulator or semiconductor, the material breaks-down electrically allowing current to flow.
MAFF define a breakdown as occurring when one or more reactors are revealed by the tuberculin skin test or when disease is suspected in either live cattle showing clinical disease or in carcases with lesions at post-mortem examination.
Keywords:  shotgun
Keywords:  gertz, clinton, isbn, arguing, sight
Breakdown (ISBN 0-452-28427-9) is a 2003 book by Bill Gertz arguing that U.S. intelligence services "lost sight of [their] purpose and function" due to Clinton administration policies that were more concerned with political correctness than with national defense.
When the price of a stock moves below the bottom of its support.
If the price of a security moves below the last know support level(price), it moves DOWN very fast as there is NO known support/resistance levels beyond that price. Risk/reward ratio being one of the highest in this scenario for shorts.
A price drop below a significant support level or out of a consolidation pattern. Caused by sellers overwhelming buyers, it usually signals either the beginning or the resumption of a downtrend.
Engineering insurance in traditional form covers the breakdown of mechanical and electrical plant defined as (a) actual breaking or burning out of any part of the plant whilst in use from either mechanical or electrical defect causing sudden stoppage and necessitating immediate repair or replacement and (b) fracturing of any part of the plant by frost which renders the plant inoperative.
A vehicle breakdown is a mechanical failure. Generally, when a breakdown happens a tow truck helps the driver and, if necessary, tows the vehicle to the automobile repair shop.
term referring to the exhibitor booth disassemblement and packup after a show.
in business advertising media, classifying circulation by type of business or industry, geographical location, functions and titles of readers, demographics of recipients, and other factors considered relevant.
Analyzing circulation by specific criteria including geographic area, job or title descriptions, business or industry classifications or other demographic information.
General term for describing the onset or progress of undesirable chemical or physical changes in a fat or oil. Thus, breakdown of frying fats may include darkening, formation of excess free fatty acids or peroxides, polymerization and gumming and undesirable foaming.
Keywords:  amiss, pause, aware, seek, adapt
a sudden change in activity where people pause, become aware that something is amiss and seek to adapt
Breakdown is a member of a Transformers subgroup called the Stunticons.
Keywords:  pmk, subdividing, task, job, smallest
Subdividing a large job (such as building a Web site) into smaller tasks.
Identification of the smallest activities or task in a job according to a defined procedure. [D00163] PMK87
Keywords:  inbetween, pose, arc, wants, straight
a pose inbetween extremes that forces the computer to move in an arc, like life, instead of a straight line like it wants
Keywords:  downfall, carriage, down, act, result
The act or result of breaking down, as of a carriage; downfall.
Keywords:  awaits, happiness, tunnel, symbol, end
a symbol of happiness that awaits you at the end of the tunnel
The change in or failing of the physical principles governing materials and machines as they approach the nanoscale.
a mental or physical breakdown
To dismantle or prepare for packing and shipping at the end of an event. Also to itemize estimates, invoices, and costs.
a short text about a movie, new television series, or whatever, which describes very briefly what kind of people they are looking for, what the movie is all about, what and where auditions are going to take place
a character list and description of the characters that the casting directors are looking to cast
a description of the characteristics that are required to do the acting or modeling job
A detailed listing and description of roles available for casting in a production.
Preliminary forging operation.
an even worse situation than just being stationary, and should be avoided at all costs
An incidental, short-term interruption of automated information services.
a cessation of normal operation; "there was a power breakdown"
Keywords:  degradation, see
See degradation.
an analysis or classification of something (e.g. costs) into component parts.
an analysis into mutually exclusive categories
Keywords:  mat, opponent, stomach, getting, act
The act of getting an opponent to the mat on his stomach or side.
Process of rod and intermediate drawing
Keywords:  chance, learn, people
a chance for several people to learn
Keywords:  slows, beat, stops, record, part
Part of a record where the beat slows or stops.
A type of key that maintains a proportional relationship with adjacent keys. See also key.
a very powerful tool in examining the relationships between variables