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piece

1. a length by which a commodity is sold, esp cloth, wallpaper, etc.
2. a literary, musical, or artistic composition
3. a coin having a value as specified
4. a small object, often individually shaped and designed, used in playing certain games, esp board games
5. any chessman other than a pawn
6. Austral and NZ fragments of fleece wool

piece

[pēs]
(ordnance)
An artillery weapon, a machine gun, a rifle, or any firearm.
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But since then Charlton's form has gone to pieces and Curbishley has had enough.
Stephanie says now: "If I'd have known, I'd have gone to pieces.
Things have gone to pieces, and all that remains of the tenets that held everything together is a skinny balloon containing the word "Lehre" that shoots out from the wrestler's mouth.