But banners and trumpets, though a real part of war, are only a very small part.
“If only I could have some real part,” he whispered to himself.
His religion, like the blood that coursed through his veins, was a real part of him.
But banners were a real part of tactics and of instructions.
Did she fail to realize his baser possibilities because they were the least real part of him?
To some extent the teacher may influence that environment, and become a real part of it.
She used to complain that no one had written the real part for her, as she conceived it.
In short, with us the lectures form a real part of the college life.
What friends do with us and for us is a real part of our life; for it strengthens and advances our personality.
It seems unlikely, then, that the pipe in "Orfeo" could have had a real part.