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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreakneckbreak‧neck /ˈbreɪknek/ adjective   at breakneck speed/pace
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breakneckDespite the breakneck advancement of women on one level, traditionally sexist assumptions and time-honored bigotry remain enshrined on another.Cirrus, known mostly for multimedia chips, had been growing at a breakneck pace until last year.As most travelers know, you can only travel at breakneck speed for so long.
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