Confused Words: brake vs break

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1. Twin master cylinders were incorporated from April 1956.
2. As such, it provided an effective driveshaft mounted parking to be used alone or supplementing the hand .
3. I down before the knowledge of what I want to say to you.
4. He finished 33rd that day after suffering failure.
5. The storm was gathering, but did not until after his death.
6. It would her heart--it will her heart when she hears that I am arrested."
7. The film did not even on its production costs.
8. There are many -performance-enhancing aftermarket parts available for most motorcycles, including pads of varying compounds and steel-braided lines.
9. Burton was hit while on her dinner .
10. The engineer applies the and stops the train just in time.
11. The driver's valve was usually combined with the steam control on the locomotive.
12. The original air systems didn't allow this, all releases had to be full releases, before re-applying the .
13. The transmission incorporates a Voith KB260/r hydrodynamic .
14. It uses a Westinghouse air system which is combined to provide a singular train and locomotive operation, however the locomotive also has a separate parking .
15. You had friends, Albert; off their acquaintance.
16. But, when she suffered it to loose, it was only for a moment.
17. `` his arm wound him but do not kill him.''
18. No more points were scored before the .
19. One objection to the mantles is their tendency to .
20. The crash was reportedly caused by failure.
21. Unlike the earlier Pendleton muzzle , the Accu is a removable, screw-on type .
22. The is turned on and off by an electrical solenoid.
23. This team is during spring (end of March).
24. I'm trying not to cry while I the news to our authors."
25. The strings of my heart , Ghanshyam.
26. For braking, the locomotives were originally equipped with a steam and counterweight .
27. to my vow in behalf of the ex emperor.''
28. This is necessary to release the on a vehicle that has been uncoupled from a train and now requires to be moved without having a connection to another locomotive, for example if it is to be shunted.
29. These valves responded to a rise in train pipe pressure as the was applied, and admitted atmospheric air directly to the underside of the cylinder.
30. Accordingly, they up their relationship.
31. The fuselage would often up in rough seas.
32. Other African railways are believed to continue to use the vacuum .
33. "Mountjoy" rammed but did not the boom.
34. This became known as the "Babson ".
35. Instead, the emergency activated, sending shockwaves down the cable.
36. A Solenoid is an electrically controlled .
37. Shadow IT can act as a on the adoption of new technology.
38. Oh, do not say so; it will my resolutions.''
39. At the , it was Olomby who would be relegated.
40. This, in turn, greatly increases the speed of application and release.

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