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  • noun Alternative spelling of deal breaker.

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Examples

  • Me too.) as it has been explained to me, the dealbreaker is with the U.S. side, not the Canadian side.

    Canadian-Ish | Her Bad Mother

  • What e-book software you end up using is entirely a matter of personal preference, and the dealbreaker might be as tiny as what key is closest to your thumb when holding the netbook in a comfortable position and what that key does — turns the page, pages down, etc — in a particular e-book application.

    Turn Your Netbook Into A Feature-Rich E-Book Reader | Lifehacker Australia

  • According to Stephen Hart, the coach of the men's national team, the dealbreaker was the artificial turf at BC Place and in Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta.

    NYT > Home Page

  • However, the dealbreaker is the missing mouse gestures.

    Fileforum

  • However, the dealbreaker is the missing mouse gestures.

    Betanews

  • Equally though such comments could be directed at Yaya Toure, although in both cases, the dealbreaker will be the fees demanded by their current employers, especially if the reported £24m bid from Manchester City proves to have a shred of truth in it.

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  • Whether or not you consider it a dealbreaker is a matter of personal opinion and dependant on just how fiddly, exactly, the interface is.

    MetaFilter Projects

  • Whether or not you consider it a dealbreaker is a matter of personal opinion and dependant on just how fiddly, exactly, the interface is.

    MetaFilter Projects

  • Which is why I listed it as the "dealbreaker" until they upgrade.

    Discourse.net: Why I'm Waiting to Install Firefox 3.5

  • Log in to Reply a "dealbreaker" for what, exactly?

    Redstate Gathering Video - Liz Cheney - Dave_in_Fla’s blog - RedState

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