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card-carrying

being an official member of a specified organization
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He announced that there were now 73 potential candidates who will move on to the second stage of the polls, adding that card-carrying members of the party will soon be able to make their final decision.
She is not a card-carrying member of the professoriate, nor does she claim to have a doctorate.
But I was once a card-carrying conservative, and my shift was one of values (though not green ones).
Trinette Blackwell is a card-carrying patron of the Prince George's County, Maryland, library system.
Admission is 50p and free to card-carrying CAMRA members.
Eugene Corvaja, as a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, made contacts there, and his engagement with the country became rather different to Lewis's, but it gave them both a greater insight into the unrest.
CHATTING to Pete Waterman the other day, I was delighted to find out that the pop impresario is a card-carrying old-car nutter.
House Speaker Pro Tem Jetton, a card-carrying member of the Christian Coalition and the NRA, finds heckling to be a God-given, free speech right.
In their place, the architects of the war chose card-carrying Republicans--operatives, flacks, policy-wonks and lobbyists--for almost every key assignment in the country.
To whip up a wireless LAN, you'll need to buy a wireless network access point, which connects to your network switch or gateway router and ties your card-carrying 802.
With such card-carrying members of the postmodern avant-garde on hand, Edinburgh International Festival Director Brian McMaster could hardly be accused of pandering to die-hard dance traditionalists.
The discounts are provided to card-carrying customers at the cash register.

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