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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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Our existing laws may be okay for the blacked-out sot on skid row, but they have little value in dealing with the college coed who blacked out at her first keg party and ended up....Do laws about being responsible if you have the first drink apply to her?
(Only the jocks, who crash a keg party late in the game, are unwelcome.) While their kids are busy getting into trouble, the adults aren't so much absentee as oblivious (typified by concerned parents David Temple and Moira Kelly).
We were all totally wasted after going to the keg party, and everyone's like,