• They make proteins including oxygen-carrying blood substances, antibodies to protect against disease, and substances that break down sugar.

    VOA: special.2009.12.08

  • If we take hydrogen peroxide in the liquid state, it can break down to form water and oxygen.


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  • or the trains break down or there are power failures,


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  • The mummification process protects the body's soft tissue long after it would normally break down.

    VOA: special.2010.06.29

  • Yeah, I think I'll make that clear line, meaning the... like again, Israeli politics doesn't really, in that case doesn't really break down religiously.


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  • The researchers tested all the children for products that break down from organophosphates.

    VOA: special.2010.05.26

  • All there is to say is, "Some of these are going to break down, and some of these won't."


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  • Bones are living tissue. Tissues continually break down and then replace themselves.

    VOA: special.2010.08.31

  • Formaldehyde cross-links proteins, so, if you treated this virus with Formaldehyde, even it was able to enter a cell, it couldn't break down anymore.


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  • Physically,the rocks break down into smaller and smaller pieces.

    VOA: special.2009.09.14

  • But you could imagine that communication could break down here.


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  • "They fall all over the Earth, not just Antarctica, but the best places for us to find them are the deserts because they don't get weathered and they don't break down as easily."

    VOA: special.2010.07.28

  • So, that's not exactly the case and we're going to start in at the point where right around this time of great confidence of feeling all has been conquered, there are some observations and discoveries that are made that completely break down these theories.


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  • Researchers say the speech impediment appears to stem from a defectin the gene that regulates the way brain cells break down and recycle waste products.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.11

  • We can break the book of Leviticus down into the units that are listed on that side of the board.


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  • He says the war-time unit helped break down racial barriers in the United States.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.30

  • But it is a very handy way of thinking about, not just how to program, but how to break problems down into nice sized chunks.


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  • "It's cheap,it's extremely robust, it won't break down, it's very lightweight."

    VOA: standard.2010.08.09

  • As long as it's reversible, you know what the efficiency has to be, and in principle, you could break it down into a bunch of steps that you could formulate as isothermal and adiabatic.


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  • Wowereit added that the project is meant to teach them about that time in history and to encourage them to break down walls and barriers wherever they may be.

    VOA: standard.2009.11.09

  • The word "carbohydrate," as you might imagine, if you ever thought to break it down means the combination of carbon and water.


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  • He says places like IMAN help break down discrimination.

    VOA: standard.2010.03.15

  • Those are the sorts of things we need to break down the statistics the billion people in poverty.


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  • "We know that surface use of dispersants decreases the environmental risk to shorelines and organisms at the surface and we know that dispersants break down over weeks rather than remaining for several years as untreated oil might."

    VOA: standard.2010.05.18

  • Can we explain why the ones that do break down break down and the ones that don't break down don't break down?


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  • "And basically it is to take a brief freeze frame on individual cases to see if we can really break them down and have face to face communications between those representing consumers or homeowners with lender attorneys to see if deals can be struck."

    VOA: standard.2010.02.17

  • What does that mean? Well, it means that, you know, there's maybe, let's say, that in the next 24 hours it will break down.

    这意味着什么 好的,这意味着,就是说,有可能,这个原子会在未来的二十四小时内分裂

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  • Eighty percent of atoms that are set up like that break down in the next 24 hours; 20 percent of them don't.


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  • When they do that they can actually engulf the bacteria in a process called phagocytosis and break them down into antigens.


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  • What's the point of this? Again, now that I can think about things recursively, I can similarly break things down into simpler versions of the same problem. It could be one version.


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