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She paid a visit to a dance studio in Washington that specialized in breaking — better known as break dancing to anyone who remembers the 1980s or simply breakin’ to many participants — and it didn’t take long before mother and son were hooked.
Within the breaking community, there have always been factions focused on the art and the performance, and others who thrive on battles and competition.
As the children skipped over the breaking waves with their grandparents, things almost felt normal again, Shannon said.
The team was originally formed to produce breaking news for Snapchat’s Discover platform for publishers.
Rather than being seen as a threat to research careers, leading organizations in pharma and chemicals are demonstrating that digital provides new opportunities for collaboration and the breaking down of silos.
Congress needs to hear glass breaking, doors being kicked in … Get violent.
After a loud crack, rioters are seen streaming into the building to the sound of glass breaking.
The meme-ification of an image like this can bring attention to a breaking historical event to people who aren’t necessarily paying attention to news and analysis.
I am so proud of the extraordinary efforts of our Science News team to bring you accurate breaking news, as well as the deeper context, in the midst of a global crisis.
Parts of his recent narrative include diminished velocity and a higher reliance on his breaking pitches, and Martinez often says that a softer front-foot landing in his delivery should help keep Strasburg healthy.

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