sectionalize

VERB
  1. divide into sections, especially into geographic sections
    sectionalize a country
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How To Use sectionalize In A Sentence

  • I don't know whether it was doing it for them or be sectionalized to move out and take it someplace. Oral History Interview with Floyd Adams, August 16, 2002. Interview R-0168. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • sectionalize a country
  • Many others yawn at his surface predictability; the incessant (indeed relentless) four-bar phrases, the drab orchestration and the stop-start, highly sectionalized quality -- as though one is walking down a hallway with various doors opening and closing, and different music coming from each. Eschenbach, Tetzlaff, Bruckner: The fresh and less familiar faces of the NSO
  • They're strictly for the use of the junta, which uses the road roads "to sectionalize areas of Karen State" and service base camps. Russ Wellen: Twin-Track Talks in Burma Raise Peace Hopes
  • History is enriched by the developments that have taken place, but those who build up their outlook only from the social sciences will have only a sectionalized HISTORIOGRAPHY
  • Small structures in general are also particularly susceptible to destructive soil pressures and movement in expansive clays, a factor which operates against the use of light-weight sectionalized construction in pre-cast units. Chapter 11
  • On the whole, the principal results of the struggle were, to sectionalize parties more completely, ripen Southern sentiment towards secession, and combine wavering voters in the free-States in support of Republican doctrines. Abraham Lincoln, a History — Volume 02
  • The black man here is Americanized, and as a sequence, sectionalized. Africa and the American Negro...Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa Held Under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition De
  • We have procedures drills for testing relays and all of these sorts of devices that would enable to you sectionalize and isolate a problem when it occurs. CNN Transcript Aug 18, 2003
  • Talking about this generation born in the 80's through the 90's it is more sectionalized than in the last progressivist era in the 60's. Obama speech in Cairo tops Religion Newswriters' list of top religion stories | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
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