Ariana Grande, leader of men and breaker of chains, makes quick work of the sad cages and frees her friends.
“Naming your kid Hunter or breaker is like saying f--k you to the world that invented feminism,” said Richmond.
“If you are breaker of taboos, then anti-Semitism is only another taboo, no different from any other,” she writes.
For Scaife had outlived his reputation as a breaker of the law.
One part of a breaker is often a hundred or a hundred and fifty feet in height.
The open compartment of the Emma Dean is filled with water, and every breaker rolls over us.
Will Your Majesty fire this barrel of gunpowder, or tap this breaker of grog?
Being clear and moderate after that time, we passed Leading Island, and hove-to, to watch for a breaker near it.
They got sail on her just in time to skin by the end of the breaker.
The boy can go home, and I want him to be in the breaker this morning as if nothing had happened.
A person who dances with intricate writhings and shows of balance and strength close to the floor, esp and originally to rhythmic, staccato songs spoken rather than sung, in a style indigenous to the urban ghetto: the night he and other breakers showed up, ready to boogie (1980s+ Black teenagers)