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Definition of Fragmentariness

Fragmentariness
Fragmentariness Frag"men*ta*ri*ness, n. The quality or property of being in fragnebts, or broken pieces, incompleteness; want of continuity. --G. Eliot.

Meaning of Fragmentariness from wikipedia

- A fragmentary novel is a novel made of fragments, vignettes, segments, do****ents or chapters that can be read in isolation and/or as part of the greater...
- The fragmentary hypothesis may refer to: The fragmentary hypothesis of the Pentateuch as an alternative to the do****entary hypothesis or supplementary...
- Fragmentary Evidence is the second full-length album by the Canadian progressive death metal band Augury. It was released in Europe on July 17, 2009 and...
- series' story. The other title, Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep – A Fragmentary P****age, is an original game that takes place after the events of Dream...
- The Fragmentary Annals of Ireland or Three Fragments are a Middle Irish combination of chronicles from various Irish annals and narrative history. They...
- The Chronicle of Ramon Muntaner, written in Xirivella between 1325 and 1328, is the longest of the four great chronicles and narrates the facts from the...
- operations orders based on information contained within the WARNORD. A fragmentary order (FRAGORD or FRAGO) informs units that one or more elements of the...
- The Missa solemnis in C major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K. 337, was written in 1780 for Salzburg. It was Mozart's last complete m****. The m**** is scored...
- The Ambraser Heldenbuch ("The Ambras Castle Book of Heroes") is a 16th-century m****cript written in Early New High German, now held in the Austrian National...
- first they know about the creation of the two new states rising from the fragmentary and terminally weakened British empire in India." (p. 1) Brown (1991)...