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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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The statement said: "Macclesfield Town have parted company with joint assistant manager Neil Howarth.
PORTADOWN parted company with boss Niall Currie (above right) after Saturday's goalless draw against H&W Welders at Shamrock Park.
LLANDUDNO Football Club have parted company with manager Alan Morgan.
NEWCASTLE Thunder have parted company with head coach Mick Mantelli.
The Tigers parted company with Scott Hansen last week as the defence coach, who came from New Zealand with head coach Aaron Mauger last season, paid the price for his side conceding 30 points or more in three of their opening five games.
LEADING Randox Health Grand National 2017 fancy Don Poli was among the 60 horses to leave the Willie Mullins stable after the Irish trainer confirmed that he had "parted company" with owner Gigginstown House Stud.
Inter Milan have parted company with coach Roberto Mancini "by mutual agreement", less than two weeks before the start of the Serie A season, the Italian club said on Monday.
BOLTON Wanderers have parted company with manager Neil Lennon just days after Dean Holdsworth's takeover.
The Magpies parted company with three of Steve McClaren's coaching team when Paul Simpson, Alessandro Schoenmaker and Steve Black followed the ex-England boss out the door.
CHAMPIONSHIP strugglers Brentford have parted company with head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen and replaced him with Lee Carsley until the end of the season.
Milan have also been linked with Sevilla trainer Unai Emery, Sinisa Mihajlovic, who has just parted company with Sampdoria, Italy boss Antonio Conte and Fiorentina's Vincenzo Montella.
After 48 hours of speculation over his position following the Black Cats' humiliating 4-0 home defeat at the hands of relegation rivals Aston Villa, the club has announced they have parted company with the Uruguayan and the search is underway for a replacement.