Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Partial; not general.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of parcel.
“parceled" it out so one community might have several reserves.”
“And these pink parceled Royal Riviera pears also come with an adorable market tote yummies from classic gourmand Harry & David.”
“By 1995, it had returned all money to its outside investors; after 2005, some of the firm's holdings were parceled out to other funds, Mr. Greenblatt says.”
“And there was another member of the inmate staff, a man named Coolidge, who, well, among other things parceled out legal advice.”
“These are the "corporate people" who parceled out the republic.”
“New technologies cargo ships, container ships, satellite communications technologies and then eventually the computer and the Internet all enabled the production process to be parceled out around the world to wherever people could do things most cheaply but also automated many routine jobs.”
“But my lawyers have already parceled everything out.”
“The longer the writer can stretch and delay, the longer information is parceled out in bits, the more suspense there is.”
“It is an aesthetic concern that had been ignored until the districts were parceled out to individual angels.”
“The administration was involved almost never in setting curriculum and so forth, academic purview being under a Academic Director who himself is a practising senior teacher, and in any case mostly parceled to individual departments and grades.”
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