Breaks

Some articles on break, breaks:

Surf Break
... A surf break (also break, shore break, or big wave break) is a permanent obstruction such as a coral reef, rock, shoal, or headland that causes a wave to break, forming ... The topography of the seabed determines the shape of the wave and type of break ... Since shoals can change size and location, affecting the break, it takes commitment and skill to find good breaks ...
Loony On The Bus - Track Listing
... Ten Years Ago)" – (321) (from Commercial Breaks) "Sail Away" – (447) (from Commercial Breaks) "I Wanna Be Part Of The News" – (334) (from Commercial Breaks) "Burn ...
List Of Snooker Referees - Current
... World champions Ranking title winners Triple Crown winners Rankings World number ones Breaks Century breaks Maximum breaks Miscellaneous Players Match-fixing Millionaires Nicknames ...
Act Structure
... plays are actual performances that need 'breaks' in the middle for change of set, costume, or for the artists' rest films are recorded performances ... Act breaks in a film are usually very obscure for lay audience and only a trained person can detect the ending of one act and the beginning of another ... than watching a film, though the act breaks are never actually written in the final copies of screenplays, unlike in play scripts where they are clearly mentioned as such e.g ...
Strictly Breaks
... Strictly Breaks is the name of a series of compilation records of songs that are widely admired as break beats ... Some of the songs featured contain "open breaks" which are solo drum passages which enable djs to easily transition into them, as well as attractive to ... Following in the tradition of the Ultimate Breaks and Beats series, the Strictly Breaks records contain an eclectic range of musical styles mainly funk and jazz ...

Famous quotes containing the word breaks:

    ... breaks ancestrally each year into
    Regenerate union. Let it always be there.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    Wilson adventured for the whole of the human race. Not as a servant, but as a champion. So pure was this motive, so unflecked with anything that his worst enemies could find, except the mildest and most excusable, a personal vanity, practically the minimum to be human, that in a sense his adventure is that of humanity itself. In Wilson, the whole of mankind breaks camp, sets out from home and wrestles with the universe and its gods.
    William Bolitho (1890–1930)

    If he who breaks the law is not punished, he who obeys it is cheated. This, and this alone, is why lawbreakers ought to be punished: to authenticate as good, and to encourage as useful, law-abiding behavior. The aim of criminal law cannot be correction or deterrence; it can only be the maintenance of the legal order.
    Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)