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part

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component

an item (e.g. a clutch) which is used in the assembly of a final product (e.g. a car). See PARTS FAMILY CODING AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM, ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT, REPLACEMENT PART, AFTER-SALES CARE.
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Fantastic new Fiesta not only looks the part, it delivers what youneedjust when you need it
NO YOU SEE THEM, NOW YOU DON'T Based on the entry-level IS 250 saloon model, the new SR version certainly looks the part, but has no mechanical modifications whatsoever.; NO SLUGGARD The Lexus manual reaches 60mph in 8.1 seconds and does 145mph.
And like all good gadgets, it looks the part too, meaning it won't just look like one of those big block external hard drives in the corner of the room.
Darius looks the part, acts the part and could sweep any woman off her feet.
at Matalan looks the part and at just pounds 16 won't break the bank
Jones had a close look at Thommo during preparations for Northern Ireland's glamour friendly with Portugal and confirmed: "He looks the part. I think he could do the business.
A bogus gasman who looks the part is trying to trick householders.
To quote from the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, July 2002: With his spiked hair, piercings, and all-black clothing, 13-yearold Jake looks the part of the juvenile delinquent he's supposed to be.