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party

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A person or entity who acts as petitioner, plaintiff, or defendant in a legal action.
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The kegger is a sea of khakis and polo shirts, flecked by a few chubby hippies with long gray beards and some punkers with orange-streaked hair and slumpy pants.
So, in April 2009, Musk turned to one of his old business tactics: He threw a kegger.
Dramatizing the high-volume kegger that results in several teen fatalities and the subsequent puritanism of fictional Bomont, Tenn.
Perhaps the Oregon Liquor Control Commission could determine exactly how many ounces of beer patrons have been shorted over a period of time, multiply it by 1,000 and sponsor a kegger in the Capitol.
However, if you've just come from a fraternity kegger you will no doubt find it hilarious.
Banking on the fact that an offense fueled these days by a little more than some alternative ethanol and a kid from the Valley will muddy the Trojans' visit to the dirtland and give Brent Musburger reason to grab a few extra gallons of cold chocolate milk for the kegger back at the Motel 3?
Your neighbors and my neighbors should host a kegger together.
I owe them an enormous debt of gratitude, cause until them you had to play Jimi Hendrix cover songs at kegger parties, and that was sort of the ceiling, the black ceiling, for a guy like me.
If you're worried about breaking glass outdoors, the old kegger party image works fine, too: just remember to keep your jockey box overflowing full of ice, so people can see that cold.
Viticulturally speaking, a floating college kegger may not qualify as Bacchanalia.
Just think of it, a group of kids going online and ordering a case of cabernet for their next kegger," Grams said.
00 all-you-can-drink kegger, they descend into a dimly lit, damp, smoky, and crowded basement.