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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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Parking, swimming, camping and alcohol bans may make us look like party poopers but we simply want people to come to Cod Beck and have a good time -and the return home safely," said Simon Bassindale of North York Moors National Park Authority.
However, Jackie Ramuno, her fingernails still painted a merry Christmas red from the festivities she attended Sunday, said she doesn't understand the party poopers who shy away from company get-togethers.
City proved party poopers on Stanley's return to the Football League after 44 years.
Aiming to be party poopers are Larne boss Jimmy McGeough, who against all odds guided the Inver Park paupers to the Nationwide Irish Cup Final yesterday.
While some party poopers terminated their annual gatherings, Salton continued its partying ways at the Housewares Show Saturday night.
SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP leaders Celtic were booed off at Parkhead as Ross County once more proved to be party poopers.
It has lifted people's spirits and has bought many people very special memories that will last a lifetime, so I really hope there aren't any party poopers complaining about the expense.
CHESTER were the party poopers as Drewe Broughton and Gregg Blundell's penalty gave them a 2-0 win over new-boys Accrington, but Stockport suffered a 2-0 home reverse to the other newly-promoted side, Hereford.
County proved to be party poopers on Saturday when they spoilt the celebrations of the home side who staged a family festival day.