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party

1. 
a. a group of people organized together to further a common political aim, such as the election of its candidates to public office
b. (as modifier): party politics
2. the practice of taking sides on public issues
3. the person or persons taking part in legal proceedings, such as plaintiff or prosecutor

party

see POLITICAL PARTY.

What does it mean when you dream about a party?

A dream about a party can be a straightforward representation of social pleasure. If we are the primary guest (e.g., at a birthday party), then it could be reflecting either our experience of receiving recognition or our desire for recognition. The dream might also be drawing on any number of different idiomatic connotations, such as the “life of the party,” a “party pooper,” or “the party if over.”

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This 31-year-old partier is HIV-positive, as were eight other interviewees.
A partier also has the highest risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections other than HIV in every sexual encounter especially if he does not know the health status of his partner.
A recent contributor described those who consider themselves to be Tea Partiers as racist.
The security rushed in immediately and the partier was pushed to the ground, while Bieber unleased a fury of kicks.
Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), the bodies were still warm on the ground when a veritable tsunami of media commentary pointed an accusing finger at the Tea Partiers and conservatives in general.
The Perv (Touchy feelius): A bold subspecies of the Partier, the Perv can be found in close proximity to the Booth Babe.
If they voted for TARP, they were fair game--and one by one the Tea Partiers took them out: Bennett, Murkowski, Castle.
The tea partiers are thus likely to be victims of their own success: When everyone's a tea partier, then no one's a tea partier.
Chris Hemsworth was recently asked to choose who among his brothers Liam and Luke is the better partier.
Unshaven and dressed in jeans, an untucked button-down shirt, and hipster glasses, Boldin stood out from the crowd, which included the obligatory Tea Partier in a tricornered hat.
The once-notorious partier Michelle hit London with her girlfriends after spending the morning in a spa indulging in luxurious pampering treatments.
Rourke, a world-class partier and Hollywood "bad boy," is accustomed to finding himself in trouble late at night.