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used in Cujo

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break — as in break an understanding or a break (gap) in a wall
  • There was no breach of faith.
  • Aunt Evvie Chalmers lived close by, and Tad's shouts of terrified glee were the last sounds she heard as she died; her heart gave out, one of its paper-thin, walls breaching suddenly (and almost painlessly) as she sat in her kitchen chair, a cup of coffee by one hand and a straight-eight Herbert Tareyton by the other; she leaned back and her vision darkened and somewhere she heard a child crying, and for a moment it seemed that the cries were joyful, but as she went out, suddenly...
  • He has to get up in front of the American people and tell them there was no breach of faith.

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