• Such attributes made it stodgy-looking in the Internet mania of the late 1990s but enabled it to breeze by go-go shop Janus when the bubble burst.

    FORBES: Price Is Right

  • Bekele burst past with 200 to go, Kipchoge flailing desperately on his inside and Guerrouj smoothly making ground on the outside.

    CNN: El Guerrouj secures double triumph

  • My summary insight from studying hundreds of years of all types of manias and panics is simply that bubbles always burst, and then they go back to where they started or a bit lower.

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  • The pair were meant to go alone, but, in a burst of misguided inspiration, Frank who is soon to have a child, with his girlfriend, Mia (Mia Lyhne), and needs to prove his worth takes along his nephew, a glum and chubby thirteen-year-old named Bo (Marcuz Jess Petersen).

    NEWYORKER: Home Turf

  • We can't go back to a bubble-and-burst economy based on reckless speculation and spending beyond our means, where a relative few do spectacularly well while the middle class loses ground.

    WHITEHOUSE: Town Hall in Los Angeles

  • When Cavendish finally burst to the lead with scant meters to go, he was fresh.

    FORBES: Leadership Lessons From The Tour De France

  • The try gave Wigan a lift and they pulled level on 25 minutes when a barnstorming burst by Gareth Hock was supported by Leuluai for hooker McIlorum to go over under the sticks.

    BBC: Wakefield 17-28 Wigan

  • John Rudd burst through a static Dragons defence and survived a tap tackle from Wayne Evans to go over, with Steve Jones converting.

    BBC: Newcastle 29-24 Dragons

  • The housing bubble burst and caused a situation where a vast number of American homeowners saw their mortgages go underwater, the values of their home go lower than the cost of their mortgage.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

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