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One is a fragmenting of the album into too many short sections.
More a116 more, he felt the disorientation, the fragmenting of himself between clay aN night.
Their distribution reflects a common ancestry before the fragmenting of Gondwana.
The end of the kingdom resulted in a fragmenting of proto-Shona power.
Cometary fragmenting may also be responsible for some impacts from near-Earth objects.
She has been allowed to waste away with the fragmenting of the old King's rule, and a loss of the magic will destroy her completely."
Between the coercions that Ancar has him under, and the fragmenting of his own personality, he's just not up to noticing anything subtle.
It traces art's shifting focus from the exterior world to the artist's inner state and out again, to the fragmenting, depersonalizing effects of media culture.
Terrorists mine this power instinctively, their acts a means to the end of spreading fear and panic, the first step toward a fragmenting of society.
The fragmenting of texts between chorus and soloist gives a transparency big-chorus textures do not usually allow.
The combination of sudden conquest, backwards administration, and failure to consolidate his holdings led to the fragmenting of the empire.
The exterior sensors relayed the sprayed fragmenting of the osberyl-tipped depleted uranium shells across the revvie line.
AS digital cable and satellite television proliferate, "the fragmenting is going to get worse," Mr. Bilotti said.
The settlement has freed hundreds of prime-location billboards at a time when the fragmenting of television audiences has drawn marketers back to outdoor ads.
This group remained from the fragmenting of the Weaverland Conference following the 1927 schism of the Wenger Church which rejected the car.
For centuries, American moralists have fretted about the fragmenting of community - even as most of them tolerated or even celebrated the market feeding that fragmentation.
The Immigration Time Bomb: the Fragmenting of America, in series, Truman Talley Books.
With each clock throb, the patterns changed in whirling waves, some fragmenting or scattering upon touching the boundary, while others reflected back, adding to the maelstrom within.
If the British government reaction strengthens particularly reckless elements, it may also have the relatively benign effect of furthering the general fragmenting of the Iranian power structure.
The late 1850s saw political chaos during the fragmenting of the Second Party System of Jackson Democrats and Clay Whigs.
This relentless subdividing of common ground, Mr. Hollander said, is akin to the fragmenting of television viewership, thanks to the multiplicity of choices on cable.
Despite the political determination to keep Greece within the single currency - at least by Germany and France - the possibility of the euro fragmenting is once again being considered.
These include the creation of the initial surgical incisions in the cornea, the creation of the capsulotomy, and the initial fragmenting (breaking up) of the lens.
Environmental concerns raised in June 1988 related to the Least Bell's vireo included decrease of insects, a darker environment after overpasses are constructed, and the fragmenting of habitat.
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