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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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Party poopers will no doubt sneer, but today's confirmation of a Pounds 300,000 handout to fund millennium celebrations in Coventry has got to be good news for everyone.
WEST HAM are notorious party poopers, especially if it's West Ham fans holding the party.
Wakefield were party poopers in front of a 10,143 Headingley crowd as they ran in five tries to four to bring the Grand Final winners down to earth in their first outing since October's Old Trafford triumph under Tony Smith.
County proved to be party poopers on Saturday when they spoilt the celebrations of the home side who staged a family festival day.
That's the message from those party poopers, the dermatologists, to all would-be sun gods and goddesses.
Hammers can wreck City party WEST HAM are notorious party poopers, especially if it's West Ham fans holding the party.
GERMAN party poopers Borussia Dortmund have banned vuvuzelas from their Wes t fa lens tadion nex t season.
It will be a great atmosphere with a packed crowd and live television broadcast, but we will go there with the intention of being party poopers.
Yet, true to their reputations as party poopers, many economists side with Allan Meltzer, a professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University, who labels a rate cut premature.
NOTTS COUNTY proved party poopers as they held Juventus to a 1-1 draw to mark the opening of the Italian side's new ground.
Lge 2 play-off Semi 2nd leg: Shr'bury 0 T'quay 0 (agg: 0-2) PARTY poopers Torquay booked a dream date at Old Trafford as they ruined Shrewsbury's big birthday celebrations.