fragmented

[ frag-muh n-tid, -men-, frag-men- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragmented
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The longitudinal dark lines on the dorsum are continuous to the groin in 95 specimens and fragmented in two specimens.

The fragmented articular, on the posterior end of the jaw, is 4.0 mm.

Disconnected from the context, drawing is almost like the babble of a child, or like a fragmented, unfinished expression.

Brain drain – skilled people desert, en masse, the fragmented economic system and move to more sustainable ones.

At the site of the junction is the Truemmerfeld area, where the normal tissue is splintered and fragmented.

But until now this information existed only in fragmented form and was familiar only to professional psychologists.

Insect legs were sometimes intact, sometimes broken into sections or crushed and fragmented.

Also, the dorsolateral stripes in some individuals are fragmented posteriorly.

What would have happened then to the other portion of the bullet if it had fragmented?

At what point on the skull did the bullet, which fragmented into Commission Exhibit 857, strike?

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