But among the most effective fighters are those affiliated with the Nusra Front, a component of al Qaeda.
Finally, this month, he needed help to treat the fourth component of the heart: the muscle.
Furthermore, making a profit is only one component of owning a business.
The Volcker Rule, a component of the far-reaching Dodd-Frank law, required large banks to cut back on proprietary trading.
The third component of the average heart is the set of coronary arteries, the blood vessels that feed blood to the heart itself.
Potash is used principally as a component of fertilizers in agriculture.
At this suggestion the component parts of his nature began a discussion.
The direction of development is determined by the relation which its two component factors sustain to each other.
The hyphen is used between the component parts of some compound words.
What we technically term "operation" is the largest of the component elements of administration.
1640s, "constitutional element" (earlier "one of a group of persons," 1560s), from Latin componentem (nominative componens), present participle of componere "to put together" (see composite). As an adjective, from 1660s.