from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A work in a specified number of parts.
- n. That which parts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or which, parts or separates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which parts or separates.
- n. A finer; a purifier of gold and silver: so called because, by fire and water, the gold or silver was ‘parted’ from baser metals.
I do not even know whether my parter is a man or a woman.
Additional Author's Notes: So the rules of the ficathon stated that the story could continue on after the episode ended but it couldn't go into the next episode, which when you are working with the first part of a two parter is ... really, really difficult.
It seems that the 3-parter is an important feature of RTD's conception for the DW story arc.
How many of the feel like films and how many feel like a two parter from the tv series?
This two-parter is merely a presentation of my theories about Rousseau, written for a fan site, for free.
Got to agree with Michael, season 3 doesn't really take off until the two-parter is over.
This issue came on the heels of a Grant Morrison/David Lloyd two-parter, which is decent but a bit pretentious and ultimately too standard a Constantine tale - he doesn't really help the situation, and someone close to him dies.
Che clocks in at four and a half hours, and even as a two-parter, which is how Sundance is screening the film, that's a whole lot of movie.
The five-parter, which is currently in pre-production, is being headed up by former
And there would be a giant crossover to the parallel world in a massive three parter that occured so we got to see Rose and Ten2 living happily ever after.