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to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

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The MP accused March 8 and the Syrian regime of fragmentizing the Lebanese society through proposing laws of a sectarian aspect to shift controversy from political battles to sectarian ones.
1) By rethinking and problematizing identity in this way, Dietrich believes, these works of postmodern noir are able to suggest the fragmentizing effects of our current "ruling political and social conditions" (8), and speak to "the unbearable condition of postmodern indeterminacy"--that is, our struggle to maintain a cohesive sense of self in the face of a bewildering and dislocating post modernity (13).
Every time reforms in Syria take an extra step forward, the western onslaught escalates in response, aided by a media misleading campaigns to twist facts and form public opinion that does not serve reforms, which helps conspiracies against Syria and its pivotal role in the region to pass, with the aim of fragmentizing its internal front, '' Mikdad added.
For Benjamin the allegorical, with its disjunctive and fragmentizing structural principle, is a formal, aesthetic category, characteristic of a certain kind of art.
It sounds highly unconvincing that Washington may stabilize the situation on the ground by creating "buffer zones" (thereby fragmentizing and balkanizing the state).