The main parts of the obturator muscle appear to be pars postica and pars antica.
In close order the company executes the firings, as prescribed in pars.
Redi (Franciscus) Opusculorum pars prior sive experimenta circa generationem insectorum, &c. Amsteld.
Opportunities for counter-attack should be sought at all times, as explained in pars.
The inspection is conducted as described in the company inspection, as laid down in pars.
The inspection proceeds as in company inspection, as explained in pars.
Its body, the pars perpendicularis (mesethmoid) shows no similarity with a vertebral centrum.
The subjects of fire control and fire direction are coveted in pars.
In one leg, the posteroventral corner of pars iliofemoralis arises from the pubis.
pars is the Persian, Fars the Arabic, pronunciation of the word.
1620s, "equality," also "value of one currency in terms of another," from Latin par "equal, equal-sized, well-matched," also as a noun, "that which is equal, equality," of unknown origin. Watkins suggests perhaps from PIE root *pere- "to grant, allot," with suggestion of reciprocality (see part (n.)).
Another guess connects it with PIE root *per- "to traffic in, sell" (on notion of "give equal value for"); see pornography. Meaning "average or usual amount" is first attested 1767. Golf usage is first attested 1898. Figurative use of par for the course is from 1928.
"by, for," mid-13c., from Old French par, per, from Latin per (see per).
n. pl. par·tes (pär'tēz)
A part or portion of a structure, especially of an anatomical structure.
n. pl. pa·ri·a (pä'rē-ə)
A pair; specifically, a pair of cranial nerves.