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- Breakthrough or break through may refer to: Tunnel hole-through, also known as breakthrough, when the two ends of a tunnel under construction meet Breakthrough...
- Breakthrough is a 2019 American Christian drama film directed by Roxann Dawson and written by Grant Nieporte, based on the Christian book The Impossible...
- The Breakthrough is the seventh studio album by American R&B singer Mary J. Blige. It was released on December 20, 2005, by Geffen Records. Blige recorded...
- Breakthrough Starshot is a research and engineering project by the Breakthrough Initiatives to develop a proof-of-concept fleet of light sail spacecraft...
- several "Breakthrough" initiatives founded and funded by Yuri Milner, along with Breakthrough Initiatives and Breakthrough Junior Challenge. Breakthrough Prize...
- following list of the MTV Movie Award winners and nominees for Best Breakthrough Performance, first awarded in 1992. In 2010 and 2011, it was renamed...
- Breakthrough is a scientific do****entary television series on National Geographic Channel that premiered on November 1, 2015. It is produced by Ron Howard...
- Breakthrough bleeding (BTB) is any of various forms of ****l bleeding, usually referring to mid-cycle bleeding in users of combined oral contraceptives...
- "Breakthrough" is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Twice. It is the group's fifth ****anese maxi single and includes three other tracks. The song...
- Breakthrough therapy is a United States Food and Drug Administration designation that expedites drug development that was created by Congress under Section...
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