party

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  • Support for this project was obtained from all parties in the local parliament.
  • The party is a federal party with branches in each state and territory.
  • It has always been held by a centre-right party.
  • However in the months and years to come the party's support gradually fell.
  • The party system is a based on the United States party system.
  • It is thus better described as a right-wing party.
  • Compared to other democratic countries, India has a large number of political parties.
  • So far every chancellor has been a member of one of these parties.
  • Different political parties have different ideas about how the government should handle different problems.
  • All parties must present grounds to appeal, or it will not be heard.
  • He would also frequently spend his time at all-night parties.
  • The republican parties and left-wing parties won the elections in the cities.
  • After the fall of the cabinet several new small right-wing parties announced that they would run.
  • A "program of action" was introduced, and party rules were given minor changes.
  • The seat has always been held by the non-Labor parties.
  • Thus, at the federal level, governments are formed with at least two parties.
  • Throughout the century, the Party adopted a number of different names.
  • We don't form fixed programs and we don't form small or great parties.
  • A network must establish a connection before two parties can send cells to each other.
  • The left-wing parties in parliament are critical of this government.
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Meaning of party

  • noun An organization to gain political power
    in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level
  • noun A group of people gathered together for pleasure
    she joined the party after dinner
  • noun A band of people associated temporarily in some activity
    they organized a party to search for food, the company of cooks walked into the kitchen
  • noun An occasion on which people can assemble for social interaction and entertainment
    he planned a party to celebrate Bastille Day
  • noun A person involved in legal proceedings
    the party of the first part
  • verb Have or participate in a party
    The students were partying all night before the exam