factionalize

fac·tion·al·ize

 (făk′shə-nə-līz′)
tr.v. fac·tion·al·ized, fac·tion·al·iz·ing, fac·tion·al·iz·es
To split (a group, for example) into disputatious factions.

factionalize

(ˈfækʃənəˌlaɪz) or

factionalise

vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) rare to split into factions
Translations

factionalize

[ˈfækʃənlaɪz]
B. VIdividirse en facciones
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Open-seat races present opportunities for Tea Party would-be members and that could factionalize the historically close-knit political bloc.
Jancso's long takes, frequently mobile camera, and obsession with showing how the landscape itself can offer occasional solace (hiding places, cover against bullets) and frequent betrayal (streams knock people over, soldiers struggle up hills) works very nicely with Melbye's tendency to factionalize landscape.
After all, any unjust settlement will only serve the Israeli interest into sub-contracting the ugly business of maintaining occupation to a Palestinian faction, which would be to the Israeli's benefit all round, as they won't have to get too involved themselves, and the Palestinians further factionalize and busy themselves fighting each other, as resistance to a toothless and unviable Bantustan settlement would remain.
For Jowitt, the play critiques the colonial project for its tendency to factionalize and to emphasize retrograde policies over those of survival and long term success.
It is no fiction that Bryant continues to factionalize the Lakers, and this has nothing to do with the criminal charges he faces.
Yet actions such as those taken on December 10th undermine the very essence and being of indigenous culture and environments and have served to factionalize once united peoples.
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If institutional scholars continue to factionalize and perpetuate disagreement over conceptual and empirical foci, institutional theory is likely to suffer the risk of inaccessibility, irrelevance, and extinction.