with the breakup

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  • It proved their last; a meeting two years later to record a new album ended with the breakup of the band.
  • Apparently, they never went through with the breakup.
  • The music's generally wistful and melancholy feel comes from his experiences with the breakup of his marriage.
  • Since 1773 with the breakup of the order, the building has been transferred through various private ownerships.
  • The show culminates with the breakup of the group and the end of the 1960s.
  • Barney and Robin walk down the street and she thanks him for helping with the breakup.
  • With the breakup of The Time in 1984, Day began his solo career.
  • However, this power ended with the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
  • With the breakup of the CBN radio operation, each of the former Rural Radio Network stations was sold to separate owners.
  • But the range is also the product of a much longer story, one that can be started with the breakup of the Pangaea supercontinent.
  • With the breakup of the Soviet bloc in Eastern Europe, the VOA added many additional language services to reach those areas.
  • With the breakup of Yugoslavia, a rise in national awareness has caused individuals to modify their speech according to newly established standard-language guidelines.
  • With the breakup, Norfolk Southern acquired the old main line through and west from downtown, up to the Cleveland Line split.
  • The next day Sara is shocked to see the newspapers filled with the breakup news rather than her bikini pics.
  • With the breakup of the noble class, the colonist farmer became possessor of the property.
  • Rockdale was first created in 1927, with the breakup of the multi-member St George.
  • Oatley was first created in 1927, with the breakup of the multi-member St George.
  • With the breakup of the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s, Central and Eastern Europe became a new center of pornographic production.
  • However, medieval serfdom really began with the breakup of the Carolingian Empire around the 10th century.
  • This was to change, with the breakup of the former Yugoslavia.
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