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We show that if a polytope K1, in ℝd can be partitioned into a finite number of sets, and these sets can be moved by isometries in a locally discrete group to form a convex body K2, then K2 is a polytope and a similar partition can be made where the sets involved are simplices with disjoint interiors. This gives partial answers to questions of Tarski, Sallee and Wagon.