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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 upending of the Republican establishment by the Tea Partiers in the 2010 primaries has restored conservatives' political viability--at least for the moment.
Members of each group said they admired the other group for its stand on NDAA, but except for a brief speaking portion of event, Occupy Worcester members mostly occupied the north end of the small Federal Plaza Park and tea partiers mostly the south.
Products purchased by partiers are quickly processed online and shipped directly from Younique.
Otherwise, tea partiers must be reactionary conservatives motivated by "extreme reactions to change" and are concerned with subversion and displacement of the "dominant" group leading to "paranoid social cognition and conspiratorial thinking.
In reality, of course, the tea partiers have the fervor of religious zealots and are no one's colleagues.
Salafist Clubbers of Tunis A hilarious rendering of Salafists as nuanced partiers at a club,
ISLAMABAD, January 14, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Ultimately, opposition partiers have succeeded to agree PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif to change the government through vote, rejecting agitational moves by the party.
Among the Tea Partiers, there was broad agreement about the scope and scale of problems facing America.
Yet his positions on government bailouts and the Federal Reserve have certainly been at odds with where many tea partiers stand.
Sixty-four percent of Tea Partiers wanted to draw down troops (37 percent) or end the war entirely (27 percent), while 70 percent of non-Tea Partiers wished to reduce America's military presence (43 percent) or leave altogether (27 percent).
And, not content with this, those same Tea Partiers are seeking a repeal of the 17th amendment, so senators are again chosen by local political cliques rather than by popular election.