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- n. A split into constituent parts after a previous combination.
- n. A false etymology derived from re-bracketing.
- n. A rewriting of computer code to improve its readability or structure without affecting its meaning or behaviour, thus making it easier to maintain; a refactoring.
- n. A second or subsequent factorization.
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