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  • n. separation into parts by fractionalizing


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  • It makes everybody play in the game at the same time as opposed to the kind of fractionalization that is really the leftover effect of the Saddam regime.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2005

  • "Any kind of fractionalization is usually not good for education," Wing said, because it means duplicate services end up competing with each other both clinically and academically, instead of working to improve education or patient care.

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  • Recently, Papua New Guinea restored IRV to mitigate tribal fractionalization and promote intertribal conciliation.

    Matthew Yglesias » Alternative Voting

  • For other Republicans, the answer is seemingly simpler and it lies in fractionalization: the party risks of being in grave danger of fractionalization in 2012 if the current trend continues.

    David Helfenbein: 2012: The Memo for Winning for Both Parties (for now)

  • There are more than seventy-five languages spoken in Ghana, a sign of the tribal fractionalization that existed before colonial settlers arbitrarily threw borders onto the map.


  • Yet, while I believe fractionalization will temporarily divide us, and competing factions will temporarily hurt us, I also think that there will be a point of political explosion.

    David Helfenbein: Are We Bound for a Political Explosion?

  • At this time, I simply cannot envision any plausible circumstances in which our country would function under any system other than a two-party system; fractionalization is our temporary alternative.

    David Helfenbein: Are We Bound for a Political Explosion?

  • He brought it all the way from the reenactment to what we just heard there toward the end of the interview about possibly a fractionalization in the marriage.

    CNN Transcript Mar 25, 2009

  • With regard to our industry, I have written a book, Television Disrupted: The Transition from Network to Networked TV (2008, York House Press) which dramatically illustrates how, um … television has been disrupted by the advent of technology, the fractionalization of audiences and the margin-leveling pressure of consumer control.

    NBC: "Must Flee TV" Redux - The Shelly Palmer Report

  • That instead of solutions, we seem to be getting worse and worse, and the fraction -- fractionalization in the country is getting worse and worse, not better.

    CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2007


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  • (probably not a real word…)

    "The fractionalization of the market has been a direct result of the internet's inherent opposition to a monolithic culture."

    June 5, 2009