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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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If the nation's trajectory is to be changed, this will not be done as abruptly as tea partyers wish, and will not be done without their continued wholesome agitation.
The editors continued: "As this stalemate continues, those seeking positive action should look to California, where a Democratic governor Jerry Brown, a Democratic-controlled Legislature and a Republican Party conspicuously lacking in Tea Partyers have made strides in advancing a sensible immigration agenda.
He reported a bias based on negative media portrayals of fraternity men as partyers, binge drinkers, slackers, etc.
A stump, actually, but big as a stage--in fact, 19th-century partyers used it as a dance floor, and its fallen trunk served as the base for a two-lane bowling alley and bar.
But many die-hard partyers kept on going, with bars in the city's notorious red light district packed.
Conservatives hate 'government bailouts,' but in our interviews we rarely heard tea partyers [sic] condemn Wall Street capitalists for receiving them.
For his new book, America, You Sexy Bitch, which is out in June, he teamed with gun-loving Republican Meghan McCain on a cross-country tour to talk to politicos, LGBT parents, gun lovers, Tea Partyers, teen moms, vets, Muslims, and hookers.
Adherents are tea partyers and not partiers, according to the stylebook.
At the Parque Lleras, the park in the square, partyers drink Club Colombia beer as vendors entice them with empanadas and other street food,.
uptown flat with great views of the bay is jammed with partyers.
15, 1998, at B1 (quoting permanent residents calling themselves 'witnesses to hell' because of student rowdiness); Ralph Ranalli & Jack Encarnacao, Allston Partyers Come Up Empty as Police Turn Up Heat, Boston Globe, Dec.