fragmentation

[ frag-muh n-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragmentation

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Fragmentation ensues, more social and psychological than economic in nature.

The fragmentation of a hitherto unified market is detrimental.

The second method is only a special process of fragmentation.

The fragmentation bombs were a late development in this class of work.

The great increase in length of these cells is accompanied by the fragmentation of the originally single nucleus.

Time has long ago yielded to fragmentation, been divided into minute parts and each part carefully measured.

It takes the appearance of availabilities, fragmentation and global integration, of increased mediation.

Embodied in literacy, language accounts for the ever-deepening specialization and fragmentation of human praxis.

Fragmentation is exhibited in the skiagram forming the subject of plate XI.

There are three methods of reproduction of the lichen: by fragmentation, by soredia, by the formation of fungal spores.

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