Definition of Fragmentated
1. fragmentate [v] - See also: fragmentate
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Literary usage of Fragmentated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Church Enchained by William Archer Rutherfoord Goodwin (1916)
"... would be a possibility, but it would not seem to be a step away from schism, or a step toward a closer unity in the already fragmentated Body of Christ. ..."
2. A Practical Study of Malaria by William Heiskell Deaderick (1909)
""When the tertian plasmodium is nearly full grown quinine very often causes fragmentation, many of the fragmentated organisms being free from chromatin, ..."
3. The Clinical Journal (1904)
"The casein of our primitive natural food, milk, is precipitated and also fragmentated. The pylorus, the smallest portion of the alimentary canal, allows, ..."
4. Towards the Personal Communications Environment: Green Paper on a Common by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... One consequence of the current fragmentated approach to future development and service provision within the Union is the lack of a common vision on the ..."
5. Clinical Symptomatology by Alois Pick, Adolf Franz Hecht (1911)
"... 74 dribbling of, occurrence of, 761 examination of, 572 importance of, in diphtheria, 169 fragmentated ..."
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