Kind of. According to a passage in Emperor’s Soul which describes forging, the object will eventually consider itself one part, so that means it would be impossible to separate.
“Here is the point. The longer an object exists as a whole, and the
longer it is seen in that state, the stronger its sense of complete
identity becomes. That table is made up of various pieces of wood
fitted together, but do we think of it that way? No. We see the whole.
“To Forge the table, I must understand it as a whole. The same goes
for a wall. That wall has existed long enough to view itself as a
single entity. I could, perhaps, have attacked each block
separately—they might still be distinct enough—but doing so would be
difficult, as the wall wants to act as a whole.”
The Emperor’s Soul
if a Push or Pull acts on the center of mass of an object, and the object considers itself a whole, you might have difficulty pushing and pulling on separate portions in order to shape the object precisely. (It may not be explicitly said where a push or pull acts, but the behavior is consistent with a COM force. (suggested by @Adamant)