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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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It's just a bad drug," said one veteran partyer who almost died of an overdose last year.
He earned a reputation as a partyer, frequenting hard-rock bars catering to young professionals.
He was a partyer, with a real aggressive attitude, almost hatred.
Yet for all the internal back-biting, Cruz stands as the Teflon tea partyer, winning over conservatives.
571, 592-94 (2017) (documenting the proliferation of state debates over solar policy); Stephen Lacey, Why More Tea Partyers Are Rallying Behind Solar, Greentech Media (Feb.
You've just moved to LA, and you don't know anybody, so you hire someone to fill your house with partyers.
At the nearly sold-out flagship event in Los Angeles, Yuri's Night co-founder Loretta Whitesides will join ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, who recently returned from the International Space Station, legendary moonwalker Buzz Aldrin, and hundreds of partyers at the California Science Center for a night of dancing, costumes, and space-themed cocktails under the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
At a recent fundraiser in New York, Cruz made the case that he is the candidate to unite a fractious Republican Party, arguing that he can energize evangelicals, tea partyers, military hawks and fiscal conservatives.
Trump is the byproduct of the atmosphere created by the ceaseless spewing of hostility, misogynist rant, anti- immigrant raving and, at times, outright lies from Roger Ailes' Fox News, the Breitbart Network, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, tea partyers and others.
A straw poll of the office throws up some startling answers; though most people immediately declare for friends and family, everything from sky diving to canine nourishment gets a mention as we split into two camps: partyers and pragmatists.
The blowback from some Tea Partyers was so intense that the school's chief of security gave her his cell phone number.
Give tea partyers their due by acknowledging the virtue that makes them scary to their cultured despisers.