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  • n. Plural form of fragmentation.


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  • But then the problem comes with what is called fragmentations, because you've got different debris or different satellites, say, that might have a battery short after it's been up there for a long period of time, heats up, and explodes.

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  • In particular, I will explore the emergence of professionally regulated nursing in the early 20th century and other fragmentations of the medical profession.

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  • The universal trademark characteristics of the genre are everywhere in evidence: the monstrous exaggerations, spaced-out fragmentations, one-liner social commentary, sci-fi flights of fantasy and spray-can gradations and drips.

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  • Larez took "two shots to the upper torso" and "fragmentations to the upper thigh."

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  • This increases the likelihood that the aforementioned international coalition will begin to fragment -- and that Iran will likely exploit those fragmentations.

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  • And anyone who's looked at the fragmentations of multi-party coalition governments in Europe knows that single issue politics, devoid of unifying, broad political coalescence, can be very dangerous indeed.

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  • Unless we make that change from the start, we're creating more fragmentations within the videogame world - which is already more divided than it should to a certain extent.

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  • That smoke was coming from smoldering liquid steels and other metals, the ashes of enormous trashes, the grains and bits and chips and fragmentations of human remains, the powdered bloods and guts and hearts and genitals of over three thousand human beings smoking up a horrible crackling dies irae.

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  • These are the kinds of things that are going to have to be worked out, but they believe that they have a cabinet level position, someone who is going to oversee all of that, that perhaps some of those, the fragmentations, will be bit less so.

    CNN Transcript Jul 18, 2004

  • What I'm trying to do is, in my work, I'm trying to clarify what I think connects us and clarify the things that I think fool us or trick us into accepting certain kinds of fragmentations that aren't really at the center of our humanity.

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