fragmentize


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to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

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There are hands working to fragmentize the country and all its institutions, including the presidency, the government and Parliament," Sfeir told a delegation from the Federation of Iqlim al-Kharroub Municipalities that visited him in Bkirki.
Judge Clark labeled the majority's distinction between charges of false representation and charges of concealment of a material fact as an unsuccessful attempt to fragmentize the facts so as to look for differences in representations made by the defendants in Diogo and those appearing in earlier cases.
Its shredders use heavy hammers spinning on a rotor at up to 600 RPM to fragmentize a whole car into fist-sized pieces in 10 seconds.
After the failure of US schemes to fragmentize the region and plunder its resources as manifested by its withdrawal from Iraq under the strikes of the Iraqi resistance and the waning US influence in the region, the US stepped up instigation against Syria and Iran.
Other vendor systems are forced to fragmentize their frames in order to prioritize them for minimum delays.
The Syrian people express in daily rallies rejection of the AL decisions and harming national sovereignty, considering that the role of the Arab League has become a tool for foreign interference which serves the Western-Us agenda to fragmentize the region.
In the 2008 sculpture Episodic Recollections, for example, the memory is presented as itself a medium that fragmentizes knowledge and distorts experience.