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  • n. Alternative spelling of ball-breaker.

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Examples

  • The program interviewed a man it identified as a member of the bankers' committee who said Vigano had developed a reputation as a "ballbreaker" among companies that had contracts with the Vatican, because of his insistence on transparency and competition.

    Corruption Scandal Rocks Vatican

  • It's no coincidence that I swapped a thick, skinny ballbreaker of a wife for a 'BBW' with an MBA and a cookery book.

    Fat Is A Fantasist Issue

  • Unless you never ever laugh at my jokes, preferring to sneer, dissent does not equal humourless ballbreaker.

    The Appesat Diaries

  • The programme interviewed a man it identified as a member of the bankers' committee who said Vigano had developed a reputation as a "ballbreaker" among companies that had contracts with the Vatican, because of his insistence on transparency and competition.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Money, I suppose, the motor of the plot: Arthur's mother wants to marry him off to a social-climbing ballbreaker Jennifer Garner and thus join two plutocratic families in one.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • This weekend's ballbreaker alignment will wreak havoc with all kinds of human ball games, astrologers are warning.

    TheSpoof.com : Spoof News : Front Page

  • Fraser epitomises the conservative (with a capital C too) ideal of motherhood: didn't leave it too late; didn't leave her kids to go off to work; didn't jeopardise her husband's career; didn't let herself go; isn't a ballbreaker or a nag, but isn't a pushover; has her own ideas and isn't afraid to speak them; still goes running; is giggly in a feminine way but not inane

    The Guardian World News

  • Between charismatic anarchist Puck's penchant for mischief and the power exchange games played out between lascivious new waver Oberon (Tim Redmond) and Siouxsie-coiffed ballbreaker Titania

    San Francisco Bay Guardian: Top Stories

  • "What fascinated me about Ida Dalser was that heroines are usually sympathetic characters while she was a real ballbreaker," Bellocchio said Thursday.

    Gates of Vienna

  • The presence of the Honduran coup regimes A#1 top human rights ballbreaker in Miami poses about a zillion fascinating questions, such as:

    BoRev.Net

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