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  • verb Present participle of section.


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  • There’s no point in sectioning someone if there’s no bed.

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  • While the art dispayed in this picture is not quite our taste, we do love the idea of sectioning off the space with artwork.

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  • A minor problem, but maybe some more categories rather than just “Movie News” such as sectioning further: Comic Adaptations, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Comedy Foreign, etc.

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  • Proposed changes to the Act include easier 'sectioning' laws.

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  • · This release deepens "sectioning" support down to 7 levels.

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  • My sister visited me here in Portland last weekend and lets just say it looked like the patriarchy threw-up all over my bathroom in the form of hot rollers, make-up, big "sectioning" hairbrushes and blow dryers and other smelly lotions and potions.

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  • He does not remove my sectioning, telling me that it is necessary to keep tabs on my progress in the hospital.

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  • He blamed her for sectioning him in 2003, though it was a joint decision, and when he was at his most psychotic, he would refuse to talk to her or would shout at her.

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  • He was entitled legally to appeal against his sectioning before a mental health review tribunal, established to prevent people from being unfairly incarcerated or persecuted.

    Henry’s Demons

  • I had never heard of William Marsden (1754-1836), who as secretary of the British Admiralty devised the ocean-sectioning "Marsden squares" that Lloyd's has used ever since to chart the location of shipwrecks.

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