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Sade the man is as fragmented as his text in that his image resides in the fragmental and imaginary: only one real portrait exists of him and this portrait is ambiguous, giving us only a nondescript youth in profile.
Fragmental authority on budgeting makes governments unable to compile a budget that embraces all their departmental activities and associated costs.
The Ross Island Formation, comprised of massive to fragmental, and pillowed mafic volcanic rocks (Pe-Piper and Wolde 2000; Fyffe and Grant 2001, 2003; Black et al.
What we got is only fragmental information, hardly suitable to spark confidence.
37) In part, of course, this statement stems from the public self-deprecation Taylor employed, perhaps unwisely, throughout her career, and the narrative of A Game of Hide and Seek is far from experimental or fragmental.
Officers found seven military-issue high-explosive fragmental hand grenades, capable of killing or maiming at 10 metres, still in their packaging and apparently brand new.
Recovered from the car were seven military-issue high-explosive fragmental hand grenades - capable of killing or maiming at 10 metres - still in their packaging and apparently brand new.
Climaxing this passage, in the gardens the inanimate objet d'art again provides a transfixing or hypnotic presence: "that antique image in the centre, God or Goddess I wist not; but child of Athens or old Rome paid never a sincerer worship to Pan or to Sylvanus in their native groves than I to that fragmental mystery" (LM x: 228).
This article aims to propose certain measures to integrate the interaction of the elements of planning systems while reviewing the tradition of the systems of strategic and territory planning in Lithuania as well as pursuing to avoid general fragmental reasoning.
These bright spots are probably hilly material, comprised of fragmental debris.
What they found was another body to north that geologists call an ultra-mafic fragmental.
In February 2008, a giant wind turbine in Denmark totally disintegrated showering metal fragmental shrapnel up to half a mile.