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  • And now the significant event, the breakover point, is almost upon me, the back end of the story can begin.

    Sekrit Projekt update

  • Having raised mice and rats, I can share that there's this breakover point - where they're breeding faster than your snakes can eat.

    Numbers

  • By this I also mean that there is a breakover point, when I think it just as correct to choose to use some resources to gain life.

    Arrest Terri? - BatesLine

  • Go for a "digital breakover" instead, using a growing number of tech tools to save you from yourself or to sob on a safe shoulder in the ether.

    The Seattle Times

  • Miller has declared Feb. 13 "break up with your ex day" for the second year, offering a range of "breakover" tips and advice on her site.

    The Seattle Times

  • Could blue-tipped ends be the new beauty breakover?

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Mechanical multi-plate limited-slip differential with 40°/50° ramp breakover angle, 55 Nm preload

    Autoblog

  • In off-road situations, wheelbase kills maneuverability and drastically reduces "breakover height".

    Speed:Sport:Life

  • Unless you are the type of person who looks at front and rear angle of attack, breakover angle and rollover angle you're much better off with a safe estate (with 4wd if you want it) than any SUV.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Die-hard offroaders might moan a little about the increase in girth and length in the latest generation Jeep but even the 4-dooor Unlimited offers a best-in-class approach angle of 44.4 degrees, breakover angle of 20.8 degrees, and also a best-in-class 40.5 degree departure angle for tough trails and bush-bashing.

    MISSISSAUGA - Home

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  • Forget a pampering makeover to help heal your broken heart this Valentine's Day. Go for a "digital breakover" instead, using a growing number of tech tools to save you from yourself or to sob on a safe shoulder in the ether. HuffPo

    April 26, 2012