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You don't want The X Factor to Balkanise into autonomous shows run by warlords such as Louis Walsh and Cheryl Cole.
During a short respite from very partial and biased coverage of the elections which American political parties are having now to choose a candidate to stand in the presidential elections in the Autumn, the Balkanise Britain Corporation addressed what was, the United Kingdom.
In short they fought to Balkanise education and ensure that future generations of children in Northern Ireland grow up and attend schools in parallel but separate systems.
Read the history of the Balkan countries, all the ingredients to Balkanise India are there-Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, etc and none of these religions have the COMMON TRUTH to fight for or aim for.
We want to maintain a sustainable way to support you, and engage with you, but it seems odd to Balkanise this community into small specific groups, when the real strength of open development is the aggregation of multiple platforms, data sources and pulling all of the above together to make new applications and services based around the users.
His statement came just ... paramilitary soldiers are silhouetted as they arrive near the site of a gun battle in The Quest For Unity In Diversity Saroj Kumar Mehera IN the run-up to Independence, we had fought off efforts to physically Balkanise
We Balkanise when we say only women can represent women in Congress and only Jews can represent Jews and only blacks can represent blacks.