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Cooling curve of Crystalline solids have breaks, which corresponds to the begining and ends of the crystallisation process. The temperature remains constant during crystallization as the process is accompained by some liberation of energy, which compensates for the loss of heat and causes the temperature to remain constant. -Damodar
Mechanical weathering occurs when an applied force causes rock to break.
Check the brake pads for wear. There is a metal tab attached to the pad so as the friction material wears out the tab contacts the brake rotor and it makes a squealing sound but as braking is applied the pressure on the brake pad causes the noise to stop.
Applied force to an object causes motion.
Ground applied to a circuit
constant use of it
IT breaks deep into wave
It could be your rear breaks / including the emergency breaks, or your rear differential
Unnatural Causes - 2008 When the Bough Breaks 1-2 was released on: USA: 2008