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noun as in container prepared to be sent

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noun as in group, bunch

noun as in piece of land

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noun as in part, piece

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Prévost got into winemaking with the help of Anselme Selosse back in the late ’90s, and today he makes wines exclusively from his family’s parcel of pinot meunier in Gueux, a few miles outside Reims.

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“It would allow us to grow the trust over time, one parcel at a time,” said Jobie Masagatani, a DHHL executive.

The department is using the money to acquire a one-acre parcel in urban Honolulu, where it plans to restore two vacant apartment buildings as rentals for beneficiaries.

He acquired three of the parcels through the city’s Large Lots program, which sold city-owned vacant properties for $1 each.

The world’s parcel delivery services are slammed beyond capacity, but it’s not too late to give the gift of knowledge this holiday season.

In contrast, SIX is clearly part and parcel of the Democratic establishment.

This happens in the art world as well, where it can be more profitable to parcel off pieces of ancient vases.

The discrimination and slights Abe experiences are “part and parcel of what we are experiencing in the world,” says Akhtar.

They had wandered up and down, unable to deliver themselves of their parcel.

It is part and parcel of the implicit politics of Snap Judgment, which folds the margins of American society into its center.

She folded them tightly in a handkerchief, and thrust the parcel as far as her arm could reach between the mattress and the bed.

He saw nothing, heard nothing, but hung upon her as though he was part and parcel of the beloved presence.

"Now for the other parcel," said Crane, and getting the information as to ownership, he and his companions took buggy to the spot.

In the purchase of tobacco, it is a principal thing to ascertain how much or how little Temprano a parcel contains.

Industrious junior clerks have put away a parcel of it in each one of their beautiful green filing cases.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to parcel, such as: bundle, carton, package, packet, load, and pack.

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