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parcel a part: “the lips is parcel of the mouth,” THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, i. 1. 209 ; “a branch and parcel of mine oath,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, v. 1. 106 ; “his eloquence the parcel of a reckoning,” 1 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 98 (item) ; “no parcel of my fear,” 3 HENRY VI., v. 6. 38 ; “men's judgments are A parcel of their fortunes” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, iii. 13. 32 ( “that is, as we should say at present, ‘are of a piece with them,’” STEEVENS) ; “Though parcel of myself,” THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, v. 1. 24 ; “mark'd him In parcels,” AS YOU LIKE IT, iii. 5. 124 ; “The parcels and particulars of our grief,” 2 HENRY IV., iv. 2. 36 ; “Whereof by parcels she had something heard,” OTHELLO, i. 3. 154.

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