party line

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party line

1. the policies or dogma of a political party, to which all members are expected to subscribe
2. Chiefly US the boundary between adjoining property

party line

[′pärd·ē ′līn]
(communications)
A subscriber line arranged to serve more than one station, with discriminatory ringing for each station.