Parts

  • (noun): The local environment.
    Example: "He hasn't been seen around these parts in years"

Some articles on parts, part:

Juhan Parts
... Juhan Parts (born 27 August 1966) is an Estonian politician who was Prime Minister of Estonia from 2003 to 2005 ... Juhan Parts is a member of the Union of Pro Patria and Res Publica party ...
Wolfgang Köhler - Gestalt Psychology
... misinterpretation of his famous quote, “The whole is different from the sum of its parts” ... modern-day psychology quote Gestalt theory by saying “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” ... the word ‘greater’ is used, it implies that the whole still resembles the parts that created it ...
Troms - Geography
... Troms is located in the northern part of the Scandinavian peninsula ... Starting in the south, the largest islands are northeastern part of Hinnøya (the southern part is in Nordland), Grytøya, Senja, Kvaløya, Ringvassøya, Reinøy, Vannøy, and ... There are mountains in all parts of Troms the most alpine and striking are probably the Lyngen Alps (Lyngsalpene), with several small glaciers and the ...
Telemark - Infrastructure
... The international road E18 goes through the southern parts of Telemark, namely Grenland and the municipality of Kragerø ... in the county are operated by Telemark Bilruter, serving western and middle parts of the county, and Nettbuss which serves the middle, eastern and southern parts of the county ...
Otakar Ševčík - Biography
... Juan Manén, Marie Hall, Victor Kolar and Erika Morini brought to him students from all parts of the world ... system in 149 exercises, the School of Violin Technics (Schule der Violintechnik, four parts, 1880), First Position, vol ... in Double-Stopping, Opus 9, and the Schule der Bogentechnik (six parts, 1893) ...

Famous quotes containing the word parts:

    He could jazz up the map-reading class by having a full-size color photograph of Betty Grable in a bathing suit, with a co- ordinate grid system laid over it. The instructor could point to different parts of her and say, “Give me the co-ordinates.”... The Major could see every unit in the Army using his idea.... Hot dog!
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    The imagination of man is naturally sublime, delighted with whatever is remote and extraordinary, and running, without control, into the most distant parts of space and time in order to avoid the objects, which custom has rendered too familiar to it.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    Yea, worse than death: death parts both woe and joy:
    From joy I part, still living in annoy.
    Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)