Fragmented sentence example

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  • Their lyrics are perfectly enunciated, but fragmented and dream-like.
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  • Europe is fragmented into petty fiefdoms and is in turmoil after the Viking raids.
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  • It was slowly being decimated and fragmented by Czerno's blood-sucking vamps.
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  • The red and white sandstones looked blocky in places and were fragmented by joints.
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  • 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.
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  • Damian appeared, a fragmented vision, as if the vamp had been peering through a foggy window.
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  • The Afghan civil war will continue into the foreseeable future, leaving the country fragmented and unstable.
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  • Ending the national claim fragmented the unity and undermined the morale of the nursery nurses to a limited extent.
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  • When the King died in 1970, his Order fragmented and since then, as illustrated above has continued to produce offshoots.
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  • The center of this fragmented gas cloud evolves quickly (over the next 100,000 years) to form a protostar.
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  • Much of the land is fragmented, polluted and divided by waterways, overhead pylons, roads and railways.
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  • Material beyond the interface between the uncoated substrate and coating has fragmented in a non-uniform single concentric area.
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  • This leaves us with a fragmented and heavily truncated perspective on the Neolithic and Bronze Age phases of the site.
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  • The iron and ruthenium clusters not only lost their carbonyl ligands, but their cluster cores were also fragmented.
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  • Tho statewide vital registration was mandated in 1899, birth and death records prior to 1917 are fragmented and inconsistent.
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  • Their motivation was to strengthen and unify what has been, until now, a fragmented public health movement in the UK.
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  • 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.
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  • The pattern of a mosaic can be random, or the fragmented pieces can recreate the imagery of a landscape, still-life, or portrait.
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  • Of those, nearly half snore on a regular basis, resulting in un-refreshing, fragmented sleep and daytime sleepiness.
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  • Segmental fragmented positioning occurs if fractures in two adjacent areas occur, leaving an isolated central segment.
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