part and parcel
"Parcel" is used in its archaic sense of "an integral or component part." Originally used as a legal term.
- An integral or essential piece; that which must be done or accepted as part of something else.
- Regular maintenance is part and parcel of owning a car.
- 1998, Wilhelm Geuder and Miriam Butt, The Projection of Arguments, Introduction
- Argument structure is thus considered to be part and parcel of the information associated with lexical, syntactically atomic verbs.