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parcel

n. a defined piece of real estate, usually resulting from the division of a large area of land. It can range in size from a small lot to a gigantic ranch. 2) a package. (See: real property, real estate)

parcel

noun acreage, area, block, district, enclave, enclosure, estate, field, ground, land, lot, property, patch, piece, piece of land, plot, plot of ground, plot of land, real estate, region, section, sector, segment, square, terrain, territory, tract
Associated concepts: conveyance, partition

parcel

verb administer, allocate, allot, appoint, appropriate, assign, award, bestow, carve, deal out, dispose of, distribuere, distribute, divide, divide into shares, dividere, dole out, give away, give out, grant, mete, part with, partiri, partition, pass out, portion out, prorate, ration, sectionalize, segment, split up, subdivide
See also: installment, land, lot, moiety, part, property, ration, real estate, reapportion, separate, subdivide

parcel

a description in a deed of the lands that are the subject matter of the transaction.

PARCEL, estates. Apart of the estate. 1 Com. Dig. Abatement, H 511 p. 133; 5 Com. Dig. Grant, E 10, p. 545. To parcel is to divide an estate. Bac, Ab. Conditions, 0.

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Wragge hesitated, sighed penitently, considered a little, stretched out her hand timidly toward one of the parcels, thought of the supernatural warning, and shrank back from her own purchases with a desperate exertion of self-control.
And most certainly there was nothing wonderful about the fact that Flambeau should have it all his own way with such a silly sheep as the man with the umbrella and the parcels.
He had lived prosperously for about twenty years entirely on duplicate brown paper parcels.
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The innovative products have been developed to cater to the increasing popularity of online shopping, providing greater efficiency and convenience surrounding parcel management for residents, couriers, real-estate managers and businesses.
Every citizen is enabled to see the content on his land parcel and the planned constructions on his parcel or on the nearby parcels, and the business community can see the available land parcels on the entire territory of the Republic of Macedonia", said Slavce Trpeski Director of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre.
As we reported, Yodel apologised to the Birmingham man who complained after one of its couriers left a parcel on the roof of a two-storey house.
In 2008, Union County valued Parcel 3 at $10,201,240 for property tax purposes and Parcel 3A at $1,135,420.
Transglobal's Marketing Manager, Chris Marr, identified flexibility and price as the main advantages of the new servce: "While Transglobal Express is most renowned for its door-to-door courier services, this is a more flexible parcel delivery option," he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Gopinath said that 'Express Parcel' is a premium parcel service for retail and bulk customers.