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Literary usage of Fragmentate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jurisdiction and Practice of Federal Courts: A Handbook for Practitioners by Charles P Williams (1917)
"... however, some authority to the effect that where the state courts fragmentate an apparently integral proceeding, as for example a suit for condemnation, ..."
2. Community Policing: Comparative Aspects of Community Oriented Police Work by Dieter Dölling, Thomas Feltes (1993)
"More importantly the fragmented nature of American policing, most particularly the fragmentate nature of funding for police services, are not likely to ..."
3. Storia degli scavi di Roma e notizie intorno le collezioni romane di antichità by Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani (1907)
"... et quella della Minerva, si vedeva in esse cosí fragmentate una bella maestria, et cosí guaste l'hebbe papa Iulio terzo, ..."