A division of a country or organization into smaller autonomous units
the breakup of the two states constituting Czechoslovakia
A physical disintegration of something
large quantities of oil are released after the breakup of a tanker
the spring breakup of the ice
dissolution: the termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)
separation: coming apart
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The end of an Alaskan winter, when the ice that has frozen the major rivers thaws.
type of gobo with a random or semi-random abstract pattern, used for breaking up the light. Common types include dots, slashes, foliage and triangles, as illustrated here:
Disturbance in the picture or sound signal caused by loss of sync or by videotape damage.
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The sound of severe analog-disc mistracking.
The process by which all snow and ice finally melts away - but all at once. Real sloppy for about 2-3 weeks. For Alaskans, it means the end of winter and the beginning of tourist season.
A commonly used abstract GOBO which gives a textured effect to the light, without throwing a specific pattern onto the stage. Used to add interest to light beams. A leafy breakup is used for outdoor scenes / forests / spooky wood etc. to break up the light on the actors faces.