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(1) Britain appears unlikely to break ranks with other members of the European Union.
(2) Large numbers of MPs felt compelled to break ranks over the issue.
(3) He was the first to break ranks with Ceausescu and publicly criticise his policies.
(4) His medical colleagues advised him not to break ranks by talking about the hospital's problems to the newspapers.
(5) The police broke ranks and started hitting people with their batons.
(6) The older sisters played too, although one broke ranks to play volleyball in her junior college days.
(7) But the Forest Service did not break ranks with Westvaco.
(8) Moderate Assembly Republicans broke ranks with conservative members to defeat a GOP-sponsored bill that would have returned corporal punishment to the classroom. Sentencedict.com
(9) This effort to head off support for the more costly Democratic bill failed to prevent 13 Republican senators breaking ranks.
(10) However, inflation broke rank in the mid-1980s, when monetary policy was allowed to become too loose.
(11) As she approached, one of them broke ranks and went to stand over Edward, apparently addressing him.
(12) 31 Republicans in the Assembly broke ranks to vote with Democrats.
(13) The pairs of glassy eyes no longer corresponded, in death they broke ranks, each distended eye gone its own way.
(14) The party has broken ranks, with five of its nine presidential hopefuls calling for a review of the revisions.
(15) Surprisingly, nine of the 31 Republicans in the Assembly broke ranks to vote with the Democrats.
(16) But I broke ranks with him.
(17) Occasionally someone does break rank, and admits to having had treatments - in the past.
(18) Only then, in the shock of the open air at last, did we break ranks and go our separate ways.
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