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    hockey sticks
  • (hockey stick) sports implement consisting of a stick used by hockey players to move the puck
  • (Hockey stick (graph)) The temperature record of the 2nd millennium describes the reconstruction of temperatures since 1000 CE on the Northern Hemisphere, later extended back to 1 CE and also to cover the southern hemisphere.
  • (hockey stick) The situation where the volume of shipments rises sharply at the end of the month as represented by the size of the bottom of the hockey stick as compared to the handle.
    broken
  • Rejected, defeated, or despairing
  • Sick or weakened
  • Having been fractured or damaged and no longer in one piece or in working order
  • (especially of promises or contracts) having been violated or disregarded; "broken (or unkept) promises"; "broken contracts"
  • physically and forcibly separated into pieces or cracked or split; "a broken mirror"; "a broken tooth"; "a broken leg"; "his neck is broken"
  • subdued or brought low in condition or status; "brought low"; "a broken man"; "his broken spirit"
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Broken (Unrated)
Broken (Unrated)
Hope and her young daughter are abducted and brought to a remote forest by a mysterious and nameless man. As Hope is forced to undergo a series of humiliating, violent, and degrading trials, she fights desperately to escape and discover the fate of her missing daughter.

An impressive if stomach-churning low-budget horror film from England, Broken details the ordeal of a woman (co-producer Nadja Brand) kidnapped by a deranged survivalist (Eric Colvin) who attempts to shatter her will in order to make her his slave. Very little dialogue is exchanged between the two main characters (another young woman joins them later, and is silenced in a horrific manner), but the performances by the leads make the raw terror and anguish of Brand's situation palpable, as does the gruesome special effects, which make the sadism of the Saw series pale by comparison. The film's relentless misery and ugliness become wearying over the course of a full-length feature (and the surprise ending is both cruel and infuriating), but there's no denying that Broken is both well-crafted (Erik Wilson, second unit director of photography on Alexandre Aja's The Hills Have Eyes and its sequel), is responsible for its exceptionally lush look) and unbearably disturbing--a rare combination for modern horror films. The DVD includes commentary by directors Adam Mason and Simon Boyes, who are also profiled (along with Brand) in a hourlong featurette about the film's torturous production (much of the first half of the film was scrapped or refilmed a year after the initial shoot was completed; glimpses of these deleted scenes are included in the featurette). Brand also gets her own stand-alone extra in the form of an interview taped at a film festival in Brussels. -- Paul Gaita

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Ultimate extreme knitting
Ultimate extreme knitting
Lizzi Young, co-owner of Knitty Gritty, the finest knitting shop in all of Nottingham, knits with hockey sticks while walking on broken glass. Part of the Extreme Knitting night at the Art Organisation on 16 October.
Vancouver Riot 2011 - IV
Vancouver Riot 2011 - IV
June 15, 2011 -- VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada -- An unidentified rioter smashes the windows of the downtown Bank of Montreal with a hockey stick & teddy bear. -- PHOTO BY ANDREW FERGUSON

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