This is a make or break step
, but I've jumped at it."
This incident is the reason the British Army commands that soldiers 'break step
' on bridges.
People everywhere wondered whether the French would, in turn, decide to retreat to an illusory past, whether they would break step
with the world, exit the stage of history, give in to democratic mistrust and a spirit of division and turn their backs on the Enlightenment, or whether, on the contrary, they would embrace the future, collectively create a new impetus, and reaffirm their faith in the values that have made them a great people.
Finding the skills sets required in a PPP partner are often under estimated and picking the right partners in any PPP is a make or break step
on the road to success, stresses de la Torre.
Netanyahu said on Monday it was in Israel's "supreme interest to prevent Iran from arming itself with nuclear weapons." But his government also appears keen not to break step
with key ally the United States and other world powers, which are seeking to persuade Tehran to curb the military potential of its nuclear program by means of diplomacy and economic sanctions.
As we approached it, someone at the front of our group shouted out: 'Break Step
The winger did not have to break step
in delivering a perfect cross to set up Frank Lampard for West Ham's second.
It is well known in the infantry that we "break step
" over a bridge, in case we damage it.