Another posts

priapus definition reproductive cells definition overflow room venerability definition consilient definition zoetic definition luthiery definition tantalize in a sentence lusk definition wily interscience sacking needle amazon etymology operatory definition classified ads examples what are metronymic names periarterial plexus xystus definition define perficient aliquot parts headword examples yeoman service plasmodial slime mold definition nail varnish definition pacinian corpuscles definition stand sentinel i come by it honestly heuch definition balminess definition tactile sensation eudaemonic definition hangs in the balance inexcusably definition self established quicky definition

Part and parcel

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Part and parcel an essential or constituent portion; -- a reduplicative phrase. Cf. might and main kith and kin, etc.
    • Part and parcel See under Part.
    • ***

Quotations

  • Thomas Mann
    Thomas%20Mann
    “The only religious way to think of death is as part and parcel of life.”

Idioms

Part and parcel - If something is part and parcel of your job, say, it is an essential and unavoidable part that has to be accepted.
***

Usage

In literature:

The Spanish nature craves the sensuous and theatrical in religious rites, and not far-away but intimately, as part and parcel of it.
"Cathedrals of Spain" by John A. (John Allyne) Gade
It became, in fact, part and parcel of the organisation of power.
"Toilers of the Sea" by Victor Hugo
Let a person draw a card from the pack, and let him replace it in the parcel from whence it was drawn, by dexterously offering that part.
"Endless Amusement" by Unknown
She could put anger in it, but bitterness never could be part and parcel of it.
"Helen Grant's Schooldays" by Amanda M. Douglas
They were all part and parcel of the policy of Charles II and James II.
"The Planters of Colonial Virginia" by Thomas J. Wertenbaker
It has fairly grown into me, not merely as memory pictures, but as part and parcel of mind and body alike.
"My First Summer in the Sierra" by John Muir
It is part and parcel of that vile persecution with which the Tory faction pursued me during my late canvass.
"The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly" by Charles James Lever
She was used to dull and formal affairs: they were part and parcel of her daily life.
"The Heart of a Woman" by Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
Your own, I needn't remind you, is part and parcel of Long's.
"The Sacred Fount" by Henry James
Old Joe was a part and parcel of the main range.
"Chiquita, an American Novel" by Merrill Tileston
They wandered forth, and became a part and parcel of the wild things.
"Gabriel Tolliver" by Joel Chandler Harris
But to Tristrem the noise, the dirt, the glare, the sky itself were part and parcel of the non-existent.
"The Truth About Tristrem Varick" by Edgar Saltus
I tell you that this scheme is now a part and parcel of my very existence.
"The Fortunes Of Glencore" by Charles James Lever
It is, therefore, part and parcel of the solid framework of our planet, and will probably last as long.
"The Panama Canal" by J. Saxon Mills
Smoking displeases some, and smoking is part and parcel of a divan.
"The Exploits and Triumphs, in Europe, of Paul Morphy, the Chess Champion" by Frederick Milnes Edge
All the incidents of his daily life are part and parcel of it.
"The Priestly Vocation" by Bishop Bernard Ward
That was part and parcel of my literary mania.
"The Beautiful Miss Brooke" by Louis Zangwill
A sudden sense of aloofness, of being no longer part and parcel of her family, smote her.
"Joan of Arc" by Lucy Foster Madison
He seemed part and parcel of this load of miserable humanity.
"McAllister and His Double" by Arthur Train
Again, the ethical process is not only part and parcel of the cosmic process, but it is its crown and consummation.
"Through Nature to God" by John Fiske
***

In poetry:

Not merely as a warner and a guide,
"A voice behind thee," sounding to the strife;
But something never to be put aside,
A part and parcel of thy present life.
"The Past" by Henry Timrod
Of these hills the little vessel
Henceforth is part and parcel;
And on Bearcamp shall her log
Be kept, as if by George’s
Or Grand Menan, the surges
Tossed her skipper through the fog.
"Voyage of the Jettie" by John Greenleaf Whittier
It's only a sod, but ’twill break me ould heart
Nigh hardened wid toilin’ and carin’,
And make the ould wounds in it tingle and smart.
It’s only a sod, but it’s parcel and part
Of strugglin’, sufferin’ Erin.
"Only A Sod" by Henry Lawson

In news:

Part and parcel of winning a US Green Building Council LEED certification is the auditing of submittal materials to ensure compliance with certification requirements.
Homophobia is part and parcel of male professional sports.
As part and parcel of the Christian life, the disciple of Jesus Christ participates upon baptism in a real and tangible way in the threefold office of the Son of God.
We can stop listening to those who proclaim the promise of the current boom and ignore the volatility that is part and parcel of staking our future primarily on natural resource s.
Physical Activity Should be ' Part and Parcel ' of Care.
What is unique about English homophobia is that it is part and parcel of a national fervor for gay sex in comparison to which the national fervor for accusing writers of plagiarism seems tame.
It can be fanciful or real, a lively part and parcel of almost everything that people do.
The parcel is located off of Moore Road and Old Plank Road and is part of 677 acres, or one square mile, of consent judgment properties, but the unpaid assessment was confined to that one parcel.
Securing tickets, checking luggage, moving through security, checking the status of flights, finding ground transportation — they're all part and parcel of the modern air travel experience, yet growing more glitch-ridden all the time.
Responsible conduct of research (RCR) includes most of the professional activities that are part and parcel of a research career.
One of the great things about chefs and restaurateurs here in our state and across the nation is the never-ceasing giving that is part and parcel of their everyday lives.
Axle buildups are part and parcel on the tech side of Four Wheeler but we've never covered the particular needs of a truck that tows a lot.
Author Thomas Lynch thinks sex and death are part and parcel of all writing.
Unlike any other frock you'll purchase, your wedding dress is part and parcel of a major commitment, and you'll want to remember it fondly for the rest of your life.
***

In science:

But there are fluctuations present all the time; fluctuations are a part and parcel of an equilibrium system.
An Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulation of Statistical physics Problem
How then can we say that the first sequence is not random while the second is ? Is not a segment with a discernible pattern, part and parcel of an infinitely long sequence of truly random numbers ? See for an exposition of randomness along these lines.
Monte Carlo: Basics
Another strong motivation to write the article at hand was that the three-loop ADM computed here is part and parcel of the complete NNLO analysis of rare semi-leptonic ¯B → Xs ℓ+ ℓ− decays presented recently by us in collaboration with Christoph Bobeth and Paolo Gambino .
Effective Hamiltonian for Non-Leptonic |Delta F| = 1 Decays at NNLO in QCD
This type of exploration is part and parcel of academic research.
Is There Statistical Evidence that the Oregon Payday-Loan Rate Cap Hurts Consumers?
Yet tone color of an instrument is not something that is grafted on to the musical conception; it is part and parcel of the idea, as inseparable from is as are its harmony and rhythm.
Music in Terms of Science
In light of that, a proper understanding of the intended scope of statistical inference calls for distinguishing the special cases where the loss function is part and parcel of the available substantive information from those that no such information is either relevant or available.
Why the Decision Theoretic Perspective Misrepresents Frequentist Inference: 'Nuts and Bolts' vs. Learning from Data
The linear k⊥ -factorization is part and parcel of the pQCD description of high energy hard processes off free nucleons. A large thickness of a target nucleus introduces a new scale - the socalled saturation scale Q2 A, - which breaks the linear k⊥ -factorization theorems for hard scattering in nuclear environment.
Fate of k_perp-factorization for hard processes in nuclear environment
This is, we suppose, part and parcel of the on-going absence of a decent theory (not peculiar to astrophysics) for turbulence, convection, and such.
Astrophysics in 2006
Indeed, argues that such a poloidal current is part-and-parcel of the plasma’s electric field screening. A third way to look at this same process is that frame-dragging forces fieldlines to rotate that would otherwise be purely radial.
General Relativistic MHD Jets
The sciences are part and parcel of the knowledge bases of this transformative culture.
Luhmann's Communication-Theoretical Specification of the 'Genomena' of Husserl's Phenomenology
The former goes hand in hand with traditional statistical analysis, whereas the latter is part and parcel of Geometric Data Analysis.
Geometric Data Analysis, From Correspondence Analysis to Structured Data Analysis (book review)
***