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Fragmentation also should be organized, because it is impossible to invent a specific, separate model of integration for each country.
In theological terms, fragmentation as exclusion is the sign of the sinful world and of powers aiming at the destruction of a harmonious community that is intended by God.
It is necessary to stress both parts of the social science division process: fragmentation into special fields and specialization by hybridization.
It seems that the constant changes often result in title transition, a suspected source of professional fragmentation.
Data fragmentation is a fundamental characteristic of database distributed systems.
But writing the history of empire as a history of jurisdictional fragmentation replete with endless possibilities for manipulation does not--and perhaps should not--necessarily allow one to move entirely past the old, clunky dichotomy between colonizer and colonized.
from Greece, financial fragmentation has decreased across the rest of
Specialist pharmaceutical company Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (NYSE:VRX)(TSX:VRX) reported on Thursday the receipt of 510(k) clearance in the US for the VICTUS Femtosecond Laser Platform for laser-assisted lens fragmentation during cataract surgery.
Indeed the report also refers to the probably launch of a budget iPhone in the coming months, which could be seen as further fragmentation of the iOS eco-system, and indeed as imitation of what has succeeded for Android.
Australia) empirically analyzes the patterns, determinants, and labor market implications of international fragmentation of production--the cross-border splitting of the production process within vertically integrated manufacturing industries--focusing on the Japanese experience while also considering how it compares with the US experience.
Trading systems provider Fidessa has launched global market coverage for its fragmentation analysis tools, the Fidessa Fragmentation Index (FFI) and the Fragulator.