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1 It seems at least that we've broken the back of inflation in this country.
2 We've broken the back of it now and we should be finished by Friday.
3 I finally broke the back of the problem.
4 I want to break the back of this translation before the weekend.
5 I think we've broken the back of the job now.
6 We have broken the back of the job.
7 His two interceptions Sunday broke the back of the Pittsburgh Steelers as Dallas won the duel in the desert,(www.Sentencedict.com) 27-17.
8 In Czechoslovakia last March Martin Keown nearly broke the back of the net with a long-range effort.
9 Their thunderous charges have broken the back of many an invading army.
10 It would have been nice for him to wind things up by breaking the back of Britain's opposition to integration.
11 A combination of ground and air action broke the back of the rebellion.
12 Pouring over its latest simulation runs, Sun is confident it has broken the back of the technical problem.
13 We are casting about how to break the back of the work.
14 Defeat in North Carolina seemed to break the back of the entire fundamentalist crusade.
15 She would hold Tara, if she had to break the back of every person on it.
16 We can deliver supplies and work to break the back of the famine.
17 It took them all day to break the back of the job.
18 The Israeli air force might bloody them and break the back of the offensive.
19 It took all the members of the section the whole day to break the back of the job.
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