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sliced and diced

sliced and diced
 adj.— «It is customised (“sliced-and-diced” in industry parlance) for the job function, so a human resources manager will see a different set of information to a sales manager or call centre operator, even though much of what is displayed may come from the same set of databases. » —“Vision of the future” by Nathan Cochrane The Age (Australia) May 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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