Damian appeared, a fragmented vision, as if the vamp had been peering through a foggy window.
to allow of this interpretation being placed upon them, and many of them are probably nothing more than granules of the fragmented nucleolus.
Their lyrics are perfectly enunciated, but fragmented and dream-like.
Europe is fragmented into petty fiefdoms and is in turmoil after the Viking raids.
grief over the deaths of strangers say much about how fragmented and atomised society has become.
existing fragmented legislation.
Ending the national claim fragmented the unity and undermined the morale of the nursery nurses to a limited extent.
When the King died in 1970, his Order fragmented and since then, as illustrated above has continued to produce offshoots.
orangutan population, especially small fragmented populations, are at considerable risk.
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The center of this fragmented gas cloud evolves quickly (over the next 100,000 years) to form a protostar.
ruthenium clusters not only lost their carbonyl ligands, but their cluster cores were also fragmented.
statewide vital registration was mandated in 1899, birth and death records prior to 1917 are fragmented and inconsistent.
Material beyond the interface between the uncoated substrate and coating has fragmented in a non-uniform single concentric area.
This leaves us with a fragmented and heavily truncated perspective on the Neolithic and Bronze Age phases of the site.
unify what has been, until now, a fragmented public health movement in the UK.
The iron and ruthenium clusters not only lost their carbonyl ligands, but their cluster cores were also fragmented.
Tho statewide vital registration was mandated in 1899, birth and death records prior to 1917 are fragmented and inconsistent.
Their motivation was to strengthen and unify what has been, until now, a fragmented public health movement in the UK.
Black-car services had been around for 100 years and had not been a particularly good business; no national company or brand ever evolved from this fragmented marketplace.
The pattern of a mosaic can be random, or the fragmented pieces can recreate the imagery of a landscape, still-life, or portrait.
Of those, nearly half snore on a regular basis, resulting in un-refreshing, fragmented sleep and daytime sleepiness.
In these cases, a child should be evaluated by a therapist because drawings of this sort usually indicate being overwhelmed by something or feeling fragmented.
Segmental fragmented positioning occurs if fractures in two adjacent areas occur, leaving an isolated central segment.
"The True Incidence of U.S. Child Abuse Deaths Unknown: Fragmented Surveillance System Blamed."
It was slowly being decimated and fragmented by Czerno's blood-sucking vamps.
am also in favor of his view on memorizing and forgetting, partial and fragmented again.
The red and white sandstones looked blocky in places and were fragmented by joints.
The Afghan civil war will continue into the foreseeable future, leaving the country fragmented and unstable.
competitors in a highly fragmented marketplace.
Much of the land is fragmented, polluted and divided by waterways, overhead pylons, roads and railways.
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