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part

(Place), noun area, division, locale, location, premises, purlieus, quarter, room, section, site, spot
Associated concepts: part in a courthouse

part

(Portion), noun allocation, allowance, amount, bit, chip, chunk, collop, component, constituent, cutting, detachment, detail, division, excerpt, factor, fraction, helping, ingredient, interest, lump, measure, percentage, piece, quantity, section, segment, serving, share, slab, slice, subdivision, subgroup
Associated concepts: principal part

part

(Role), noun burden, character, charge, chore, concern, function, impersonation, job, mimesis, partes, performance, portrayal, province, realm, representation, responsibility, task, undertaking

part

(Leave), verb be gone, break away, defect, depart, escape, evacuate, get away from, go, go away, go forth, march off, migrate, move away, move out, quit, remove, retreat, separate oneself from, set off, set out, take leave, take one's departure, tear oneself away, withdraw

part

(Separate), verb be severed, be sundered, break, carve, compartmentalize, cut in two, detach, disconnect, disengage, disentangle, disjoin, dissever, dissociate, dissolve, disunite, divide, dividere, fissure, halve, isolate, keep apart, parcel, partiri, portion, section, separare, sever, sort out, split, stand between, subdivide, sunder, tear assunder, undo, unloose
See also: alienate, alight, aspect, assignment, bifurcate, break, chapter, characteristic, circuit, component, constituent, courtroom, depart, department, detach, detail, dichotomize, disband, discontinue, disengage, disjoint, disperse, dissociate, dissolve, divide, division, divorce, element, eliminate, equity, estrange, evacuate, excerpt, factor, feature, ingredient, interest, isolate, item, leave, lot, luxate, member, moiety, organ, ownership, phase, proportion, province, quit, ration, region, remove, retire, retreat, role, section, segment, separate, sever, share, split, subdivision, task, title, unit, vicinity
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projected area of the part and typical clamping requirements of 3 tons/sq in.
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Note that the part was presented to the testing system while it was still hot, but could be moved in and out without gloves.
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Seek and Mark (mark a single type part world wide);
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For one, the complexities of Part B billing will pose quite a challenge to providers, to put it mildly; the learning curve is steep.
Instead, cases will be assigned directly to a new court part upon the filing or answer of a petition.
To be sure, the Teamsters Union strike at United Parcel Service - in part over the company's reliance on part-timers - lent urgency to the issue.
These experiences produce a strong bias on the part of hospital management to see physicians as anything but businessmen or managers.