Definitions for "Parcel"
Keywords:  contiguous, tract, plat, lot, plot
A part; a portion; a piece; as, a certain piece of land is part and parcel of another piece.
A lot with boundaries, owned by a particular person, company, or public entitiy.
A single piece of land not identified by lot number but described in a deed. This land can be owned publicly or privately and is transferable. (See Lot).
To add a parcel or item to; to itemize.
All items for mailing are categorised into one of four categories: Letter/Postcard, Large Envelope, Packet and Parcel. The Parcel category caters for larger three dimensional items like boxes, tubes and envelopes and under 20kg in weight. Additional dimensional information is available in the 'What are you sending' section.
a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
An indiscriminate or indefinite number, measure, or quantity; a collection; a group.
A number or quantity of things put up together; a bundle; a package; a packet.
a self contained bundle of functionality, much like a Firefox plugin
an idealisation of the fluid, regarded to be small enough that it is not dispersed by the fluid motion
An small imaginary volume of air a few meters wide to explain the behavior of air.
An imaginary volume of fluid to which may be assigned various thermodynamic and kinematic quantities. The size of a parcel is arbitrary but is generally much smaller than the characteristic scale of variability of its environment.
To dream of a parcel being delivered to you, denotes that you will be pleasantly surprised by the return of some absent one, or be cared for in a worldly way. If you carry a parcel, you will have some unpleasant task to perform. To let a parcel fall on the way as you go to deliver it, you will see some deal fail to go through.
Keywords:  cargo, kilos, package, weighs, ease
See Package
Any package ready for transport which weighs less than 20 kilos. At cargo terminal operations parcels are handled separately.
A collection of diamonds of various sizes made available for sale as a single package.
Keywords:  cadastral, see
See cadastral parcel.
Keywords:  canvas, strip, rope, strands, weather
To cover a line by winding it with strips of canvas in order to protect the line at the point of wear
cover with strips of canvas; "parcel rope"
to parcel a rope is to wrap a strip of cloth over the strands. Parcelling is used to protect the rope fibers from weather.
Keywords:  gems, bulk, jewelry, consumer, sold
Gems sold as a group.
A bulk amount of gems, 2 or more items. Can be of any weight or number but will usually be more than the needs of any one individual consumer or jewelry item.
a single unit of inseparable data that is defined by the user's application, such as a frame in a video, a one second burst of audio or any number of imaginable constructs that require delivery as a whole
Keywords:  bunch, stuff, filed
a bunch of stuff that has been filed out
the result of parcelling out or sharing; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologicans"
Keywords:  opals, rubs, rough, cut, collection
A collection of any number of opals, either rough, rubs or cut, offered for sale.
A portion of anything taken separately; a fragment of a whole; a part.
To divide and distribute by parts or portions; -- often with out or into.
Part or half; in part; partially.
Keywords:  sliced, logs, specie, one
Several logs sliced from one specie.
a convenient term for a block of air moving vertically in the atmosphere
To make up into a parcel; as, to parcel a customer's purchases; the machine parcels yarn, wool, etc.
an aggregate object that adds new functionality to
Keywords:  wrapped, container
a wrapped container