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- n. an extended area of land
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Yeopin Indians, "a parcel of land lying on Roanoke Sound and a river by the name of Perquimans."
Daddy’d left a giant parcel of land ripe for development.
The text of a licence of Edward I himself has been preserved, permitting a certain person to give a parcel of land to a certain prior and convent to be held sibi et successoribus suis in perpetuum, but subject to the due and accustomed services to the capitalibus dominis fœdi, illius (Year Books of the reign of King Edward I, years