The powerful Burgundian Dukes noticed that this parcel made particularly elegant wine each year.
The discrimination and slights Abe experiences are “part and parcel of what we are experiencing in the world,” says Akhtar.
One of the two parcel bombs—the one intercepted in Dubai on Friday—had a detonating device linked to a cellphone.
Arab citizens of Israel increasingly see their own struggle as part and parcel of the larger Palestinian national struggle.
In contrast, SIX is clearly part and parcel of the Democratic establishment.
The parcel should have the words "By parcel Post," plainlywritten on the address.
Verily we are being treated like a parcel of mates and engineers.
He opened the parcel with trembling fingers and took out the six red-covered volumes and spread them on the table.
"On my honor, yes," responded the young man, as he received the second parcel.
When he wanted to send a parcel to Miss Jason, he told her brother he should come upon him for the postage.
late 14c., "a portion of something, a part" (sense preserved in phrase parcel of land, c.1400), from Old French parcele "small piece, particle, parcel," from Vulgar Latin *particella, diminutive of Latin particula "small part, little bit," itself a diminutive of pars (genitive partis) "part" (see part (n.)).
Meaning "package" is first recorded 1640s, earlier "a quantity of goods in a package" (mid-15c.), from late 14c. sense of "an amount or quantity of anything." The expression part and parcel (early 15c.) also preserves the older sense; both words mean the same, the multiplicity is for emphasis.
"to divide into small portions," early 15c. (with out), from parcel (n.). Related: Parceled; parcelled; parceling; parcelling.