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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Contract notice: project management for rehabilitation works of 229 or 205 housing units and the demolition of 47 or 71 housing units in belley clos morcel
This is also a result of the highly efficient sales and aftersales services of our partner Al Madadd throughout the history of our cooperation," said Morcel Burjas, senior area manager, Wilo Middle East.
Morcel K, Camborieux L, Programme de Recherches sur les Aplasies Mulleriennes (PRAM), Guerrier D.
(9.) Karine Morcel, Laure Camborieux, Programme de Recherches sur les Aplasies Mulleriennes (PRAM), Daniel Guerrier.
One refugee, Abdulkarim Brendar, told of making the pontoon crossing with his five children after war and looting had left them "without a morcel" of food.
(3.) Morcel K, Guerrier D, Watrin T, Pellerin I, Leveque J.
Godbout, reotuolizondo os de Morcel Mouss, mostrom todo o suo importancio nos relocoes interpessoois e, em especiol, nos relocoes de porentesco.
(12.) Cordier S, Garel M, Mandereau L, Morcel H, Doineau P, Gosme-Seguret S, et al.
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).