To explain: the fragmented nature of the U.S. healthcare system is remarkable.
It seems there is a danger that the intervention could only unite groups which were previously fragmented.
No one disputes that the fragmented, wasteful American health system could deliver better care at less cost.
But a fragmented geography of rebel-controlled areas remains its wake.
“These dictators for a long time had many political enemies, but they were fragmented,” Howard said.
Insect legs were sometimes intact, sometimes broken into sections or crushed and fragmented.
What would have happened then to the other portion of the bullet if it had fragmented?
The fragmented articular, on the posterior end of the jaw, is 4.0 mm.
Those on the right were too fragmented and distorted for satisfactory description.
At what point on the skull did the bullet, which fragmented into Commission Exhibit 857, strike?
fragment frag·ment (frāg'mənt)
A small part broken off or detached.
An incomplete or isolated portion; a bit.