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The company’s CEO, Oliver Kharraz, says the years spent bridging a fragmented health-care system unknowingly prepared it for taking on covid-19 vaccination appointments.

He ran a popular competition in Philadelphia and established a Pro Breaking Tour and a nonprofit membership organization called Urban Dance & Educational Foundation with a vision of drawing together the fragmented breaking world.

Delays in vaccinations are partially the result of vaccine supply shortages, and partially the result of fragmented, underfunded healthcare systems lacking in federal support.

From Quartz

The market for holistic health is fragmented and there was nothing connecting symptoms to a provider’s capability.

From Fortune

Connecting fragmented habitats can boost biodiversity, research shows.

“These dictators for a long time had many political enemies, but they were fragmented,” Howard said.

Full-scale civil wars are giving way to fragmented armed groups with decentralized power bases in remote border regions.

In fragmented English, they replied, “The bunker, this no good for rockets,” and pointed at the thin ceiling.

The actual event underpinning his fragmented memory of being held by his arms and legs and having his pants cut still eludes him.

Fittingly, the stage is framed with light structures that remind one of what a fragmented Stargate might look like.

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?

Those on the right were too fragmented and distorted for satisfactory description.

They were clean, they had good color to them, there was no grease on them and they were not fragmented.


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fragmented, such as: busted, collapsed, cracked, crumbled, crushed, and damaged.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.