“Break” in the news
|took a break|
Publications and example sentences
The Japan Times
· Okamoto’s: Rock, rap and the road less traveled →
“People told us we would get into a big fight since the tour was so long, or that we’d just break up.
· Transcript: Leon Panetta: Worthy Fights →
What happened was that the war broke out.
· Trump trying to 'divide' America: Former defence secretary Mattis →
Trump has come under fire over his use of force to break up a peaceful rally, as unrest hit dozens of cities across the United States.
The Wall Street Journal
· Boris Johnson’s Freedom Lesson →
Almost since the ink was dry on the 1984 Joint Declaration that turned Hong Kong over to China, this newspaper has argued that granting Hong Kongers the right to live in Britain would be a valuable protection if China broke its word.
· James Mattis harshly condemns Trump’s handling of George Floyd protests →
Mattis’s broadside breaks a near silence from the ex-Marine general since he resigned in December 2018.
· U.S. Park Police officers placed on administrative duty over assault on Australian journalists →
McAtee was in a parking lot next to his barbecue stand, YaYa's Barbecue, early Monday when Louisville police officers and the National Guard went to break up a crowd in violation of a recently mandated curfew.
· Juniper Networks, Inc.'s (JNPR) Management Presents at Bank of America Global Technology Conference (Transcript) →
We will have to break it down by vertical and I will take the first stab at this and then Manoj can add some more color.
· Actor from '9-1-1' apologizes after defending the use of racial slurs →
Minyvonne Burke is a breaking news reporter for NBC News.
· Portland, Oregon, city of protest, reels from nightly chaos →
For five nights, these smaller groups have smashed windows, set fires, broken into a building housing police headquarters and spray-painted walls and sidewalks.
The New York Times
· With Steve King Gone, Does the Democrat Have a Shot in His Iowa District? →
We don’t need more tax breaks for these multinational corporations.