(1) After 2,600 words of this self-pity, Henderson is willing to take some blame for the breakdown in their relationship.(2) Over thousands to millions of years, the physical breakdown and chemical weathering of volcanic rocks have formed some of the most fertile soils on Earth.(3) Depression had a grip he admitted, and his problems were compounded by the stigma towards mental health and mental breakdown .(4) More specifically, the test is whether the employee's dishonesty gave rise to a breakdown in the employment relationship.(5) It charts the decline and subsequent recovery of the then 19-year-old author, hospitalised in the late 1960s because of a mental breakdown .(6) Like a naturopath taking a strand of hair and doing a complete cellular, system breakdown you have taken this tawdry, endless, episode and have done a fair and complete diagnosis.(7) Heather had a breakdown following the death of her sister(8) It's wrong to let them off the hook altogether and only blame the managers, the systems and a breakdown in communications.(9) protein breakdown(10) a communications breakdown(11) The costing section provides the solicitor with a final MLSS invoice with a detailed breakdown of costs in respect of the work undertaken by the claims manger when a case settles.(12) To support this premise, the following analysis looks at a breakdown of logistics costs as they relate to wholesale cost.(13) In the five chapters which have tables showing the incidence of consumer or producer goods, however, the authors only allow breakdown by wealth in one of them.(14) If a sibling put me in this situation, I would be incredibly resentful and probably wouldn't care if my choices caused a breakdown in our relationship.(15) the breakdown of ammonia to nitrites(16) Do you feel responsible at all for the breakdown in the relationship with the media?