The act of breaking something
- p pr amp vb letter of break v i
- the work of breaking some thing
- of Break
Forcibly splitting, parting, disintegrating, or piercing any solid substance. Inside law regarding housebreaking and burglary, this means the tearing away or elimination of any part of a home or associated with the hair, latches, or other fastenings meant to secure it, or otherwise exerting power to achieve an entrance, with the intention to devote a felony; or violently or forcibly breaking out-of a residence, after having unlawfully registered It, inside attempt to escape. Gaddie v. Com., 117 Ky. 40S, 78 S. W. 163, 111 Am. St. Rep. 259; Sims v. State, 136 Ind. 358, 36 N. E. 278; Melton v. State, 24 Tex. App. 287, 6 S. W. 303; Mathews v. State, 36 Tex. 675; Carter v. State, 68 Ala. 98; State v. Newbegin, 25 myself. 503; McCourt v. folks, 64 N. Y. 5S5. In legislation of burglary, "useful" busting, as distinguished from actual, forcible breaking, might be classified beneath the after minds: (1) Entries gotten by threats; (2) whenever, in result of physical violence done or threatened to obtain entry, the owner, with a view more effectually to repel it, starts the doorway and sallies away and felon goes into; (3) when entrance is acquired by procuring the solution of some intermediate individual, eg a servant, to remove the fastening; (4) whenever some means of law is fraudulently resorted to for the purpose of acquiring an entrance; (5) whenever some technique is resorted to to induce the owner to remove the fastenings and open up the door. State v. Henry, 31 N. C. 46S; Clarke v. Com., 25 Grat. (Va.) 912; Ducher v. State. 18 Ohio, 317; Johnston v. Com.. 85 Pa. 64, 27 Am. Rep. 622; Nicholls v. State, 68 Wis. 416, 32 N. W. 543, 60 Am. Rep. 870.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Break
Now the restored Douglases were most powerful; by the 28th of January 1543 they imprisoned the cardinal, but their party was already breaking up. In March a full parliament was held, the Bible in English was allowed to circulate, and envoys were sent to treat with Henry.