morcel

mor·cel

(mor'sĕl),
To remove piecemeal; morcelize.
[Fr. morceler, to subdivide]

mor·cel

(mor'sĕl)
To remove piecemeal; to morcelize.
[Fr. morceler, to subdivide]
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Morcel K, Guerrier D, Watrin T, Pellerin I, Leveque J.
Au contraire, pousss par le gain, de nombreux propritaires ont morcel a l'extreme leurs terrains, rduisant les parcelles vendues a des superficies trop troites pour rpondre aux criteres d'immatriculation (11) (Nguendo Yongsi 2004).
patent: 6,251,977 Issued: June 26, 2001 Inventors: Pierre Georget and Julie Morcel Assigned: Hutchinson Keywords: Organic peroxides, EPDM, zinc methacrylate, an elastomer grafted with maleic anhydride
MORE influential in the second half he can take a small morcel of satisfaction from being the best of the family.