parts

noun the local environment; `he hasn`t been seen around these parts in years`
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Parts

[book] Parts is a children`s book written and illustrated by Tedd Arnold. It was first published on September 1, 1997. Written in rhyme with cartoon-like watercolor illustrations, Parts is the first in Arnold`s trilogy on the theme of body parts. It was followed by More Parts in 2001 and Even More Parts in 2004. In 1998, it won the `Tellabl...
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Parts

A metaphorical way of talking about independent programs and strategies or behaviour. Programs or 'parts' will often develop a persona that becomes one of their identifying features.
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Parts

A once popular method of publishing, whereby a publication is issued in parts, intended to be bound together on completion.
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Parts

Hard parts are any bone, tooth, baleen, treated pelt, or other part of a marine mammal that are relatively solid or durable. Soft parts are any marine mammal part that is not a hard part (e.g. blood, muscle, blubber, skin, tissue-derived parts such as cell lines and DNA), excluding urine or fecal material.
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parts

Novels that are published in separate installments, typically in a magazine or journal. Works of many popular writers of the 19th century, such as Charles Dickens, were published in parts. Also known as part issues.
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parts

[n] - the local environment
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