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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adverb: One part at a time; gradually.
adjective: Done in stages.
From Middle English pecemeale, from pece (piece) + mele, from Old English mael (fixed time). Earliest documented use: 1325.
“Information is broken up piecemeal and then given out to the specific agents involved.”
Steven Savile & David Sakmyster; NDE: The Lazarus Initiative; Crossroad Press; 2015.
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