Definitions for "breaking"
Keywords:  hoisted, bundle, flag, mcmillan, furled
A flag is "broken" when it is hoisted wrapped in a bundle, then broken open to fly free when it is already at the top of the mast or pole. The bundle is made by folding or rolling the flag tightly, then wrapping it with a thin string tied to the lower halyard. When the halyard is tugged sharply, the string breaks allowing the flag to fly. Joe McMillan
The breaking of bast fibres, usually by rolling, to facilitate the removal of the fibre bundles and the wood.
A flag is said to be broken when it is allowed to break free at the top of a flagpole after having been furled and hoisted to the top of the pole.
Keywords:  dog, hogshead, bale, judge, told
Dividing tobacco leaves from a hogshead or bale for inspection.
means a dog that leaves to retrieve a mark or blind before the handler has been told to "send him" by the judges.
Dog leaves the line before being sent, or in a test or trial, the dog leaves before the judge has called his number.
The early education of the young horse, where it is taught the skills it will need for it's future life as a riding or driving horse.
Breaking is a martial arts skill that is used in competition, demonstration and testing. Breaking is an action where a martial artist uses a striking surface to break one or more objects using the skill honed in his art form. The striking surface is usually a hand or a foot, but may also be a fingertip, toe, head, elbow, knuckle, or knee.
Caused by a number of variables including: 1. Using wrong thread for application, 2. Thread defects including knots, slubs, etc., 3. Too much elongation or being sewn with too much tension, 4. Worn sewing machine parts, 5. Machine out of adjustment, and 6. Operator handling. (See Technical Bulletin, Minimizing Thread Breakage and Skipped Stitches.)
Strength (wire rope) - The measured load required to break a wire rope in tension Corrosion - Chemical decomposition of the wires of a rope by exposure to moisture, acids, alkalines or other destructive agents
(on a predetermined character) Use of a character (or characters) to delimit text at word, sentence, paragraph, page or document level. See also lexical rules.
This is the term used to describe when a competitor advances from preliminary rounds to elimination rounds, or from one elimination round to the next (ie. semifinals to finals).
Keywords:  happened, story, news, still, becoming
Still happening or becoming known at the present time; -- used of news reports; as, breaking news; a breaking story.
A news story that is happening or just happened.
Keywords:  surf, curling, crashing, spray, waves
(of waves) curling over and crashing into surf or spray; "the breaking waves"
Keywords:  hop, something, dancing, key, culture
The act of breaking something.
The same as cracking. Forcing the decryption of something without knowing the key used to encrypt it.
Break-dancing - a key element of hip-hop culture
The stock tearing in the image area from too much raise or pressure, also called busting.
Keywords:  quick, decline, price
A quick decline In price.
p. pr. & vb. n. of break, v. i.