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party

(păr′tē)
A person or entity who acts as petitioner, plaintiff, or defendant in a legal action.
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consumers to purchase more than 21 million cases, or $381 million, worth of beer in major supermarkets during the two weeks surrounding the Memorial Day holiday, a beer party second only to the July 4 holiday.
The range includes the evocatively titled Boston Beer Party, Northern Lights, Trade Winds, Parish Ale, and, in honour of the pubis namesake, Nelson's Column.
48) And the rituals of affiliation were ongoing, encoded in each dinner, beer party, kneeling wife, or gossiping servant.
The bill was sparked by the death of a teen who crashed his car after leaving a beer party at a house where the parents were home.