Definitions for "Party"
In finance, a party is an entity involved in a transaction or agreement....
The plaintiff or the defendant in a lawsuit, whether an individual, a firm, or corporation; a litigant.
person who is designated on the record as the plaintiff or the defendant in a lawsuit.
A state or regional economic integration organization (such as the EC) that agrees to be bound by the Convention and for which the CCD has entered into force.
A party is a country which has adopted the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
A country that has ratified a particular international agreement such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change or the Kyoto Protocol.
In RPG s, a party is a group of characters ( NPC s or other human players) who assist the player for the duration of the game. Some games include the ability for the player to add and remove party members at will. In MMORPG s, parties are usually informal groups of people working together for a simple goal (such as slaying a tough monster or completing a quest). The more permanent method of grouping in MMORPG s is usually called a guild.
Individual or group which participates in a transaction or agreement.
Mechanism to present the product to a group of guests
a fun way to socialize while helping others capture, cherish, and share memories through the enjoyable hobby of scrapbooking
a fun way to tell your friends about your experience in Guatemala and introduce them to Common Hope
Rules HSWP document, which can be altered by the party congress. The Party Rules contain sections on regulations for admission into the HSWP, the organizational structure of the party, the principles of democratic centralism, the role of the Basic Organization, the tasks of the party in state and mass organizations, and membership dues.
see political party
an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
A number of persons invited to a social entertainment; a select company; as, a dinner party; also, the entertainment itself; as, to give a party.
an occasion on which people can assemble for social interaction and entertainment; "he planned a party to celebrate Bastille Day"
a test of the skills of the entertainer and his alignment with the tastes and preferences of the customer
A number of persons united in opinion or action, as distinguished from, or opposed to, the rest of a community or association; esp., one of the parts into which a people is divided on questions of public policy.
Hence, any certain person who is regarded as being opposed or antagonistic to another.
A person; as, he is a queer party.
Keywords:  iggy, bowie, punk, billboard, david
Party is a 1981 album by early punk musician Iggy Pop. It peaked at number 166 on Billboard top 200 albums. Single "Bang Bang" charted at number 35 on Billboard club play singles chart and later was covered by David Bowie.
a videopoem which was made during an unexpected residency at the Experimental Television Center in Owego when the artist who was booked had to cancel at the last minute
Party is the pilot/first episode for the short-lived animated television series Undergrads.
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a short model event, since its object of to generate new relationships by shuffling them in space, and this means that rules must be minimised by using a spatial 'short model'
party to a hearing: a protestor; a protestee; a boat requesting redress; a boat or a competitor that may be penalized under rule 69.1; a race committee in a hearing under rule 62.1
a gathering of like minded individuals after a common goal
a social gathering especially for pleasure or amusement
Gathering of three or more people of both sexes for swinging.
an all girl groove bay area band made magical by the mix of big fat
To dream of an unknown party of men assaulting you for your money or valuables, denotes that you will have enemies banded together against you. If you escape uninjured, you will overcome any opposition, either in business or love. To dream of attending a party of any kind for pleasure, you will find that life has much good, unless the party is an inharmonious one.
is the government or the agreement holder(s) under the Forest Act or Range Act. This may also include ministries of agreement holders not named as subjects of the complaint, but added as parties because the Board believes they may be affected by, or involved in, an investigation.
In relation to a complaint ‘party' is a general term used to describe a person or company who is a party to a complaint. In a complaint about a superannuation benefit for example, the parties to the complaint will be the complainant and the Trustee of the Fund. If there is an insured benefit involved, the insurer may also be a party to the complaint.
What skydivers like to do when the skydiving finishes for the day. Generally involves the consumption of much beer.
a bureaucratic apparatus structured from the top down--as opposed to a libertarian confederation, which is structured from the bottom up
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"
a celebratory sexual religious activity encompassing many people, as many as can fit in a football stadium, so let's get with it, and get as many people involved in our prayer activities as possible
Keywords:  ballgame, whole
a whole other ballgame
Keywords:  smarty, plugins, python, inspired, php
Party is a template engine written in Python. It is inspired by Smarty, the PHP template framework. Party features a template language, text substitution, flow control, template functions, variable modifiers and user-defined plugins.
Keywords:  chatterbox, kind
a kind of a chatterbox
Keywords:  guildhall, taler, guild, town, hosts
a way for a guild to give taler to its members and the town that hosts the guildhall
a collective of revolutionary comrades who share the same ideology and the same ideals and fight in a common cause
Keywords:  steve, atlas, blast, says, young
a blast," says Steve Young, VP of Marketing for Atlas Sound
a temporary union of players
a voluntary union
Includes but is not limited to clients; agents of clients; principals; contractors; subcontractors; suppliers; consultants; employees; unions, including their officials, employees and members; and industry associations while undertaking a representative role.
Keywords:  bad, soundtrack, song, die, rich
a bad date situation
an insert from the Get Rich Or Die Trying soundtrack and it is not a bad song
Keywords:  partly
Partly.
a good way to let your kids have a good time while under your supervision, as well as a chance to bond with your child as you mutually enjoy games from your childhood that will also be a part of his or her childhood
Parted or divided, as in the direction or form of one of the ordinaries; as, an escutcheon party per pale.
Keywords:  swoop, move, good, time
a good time to swoop in and make a move
Keywords:  eager, employ, action, combines, common
a body which combines all those eager to employ the same means for common action
a Minor A contract can be unenforceable if a minor negotiated and signed the contract
a small body of troops dispatched on special service.
an acs object, so permissions may granted and revoked on parties and auditing information is stored in the acs objects table
Normally this includes the insurance company, your employer, attorneys and any other person with an interest in your claim (doctors or hospitals that have not been paid).
Generally includes anyone who has an interest in your claim (i.e. the insurance company, your employer, attorney, etc.)
a corporation and there is good reason to believe it does not have enough assets in Ontario to pay costs
Keywords:  exam, night, students
have or participate in a party; "The students were partying all night before the exam"
Keywords:  vocal, reflection, majority
a reflection of either the majority or those who are most vocal
a training ground for some one to take over national leadership
Keywords:  detachment, larger, company, body
A part of a larger body of company; a detachment;
A participant in a call, for example, a called party (also known in telephony as the b-subscriber) and the calling party (also known in telephony as the a-subscriber).
An addressable participant of a telephone call.
Keywords:  campaign, map, unit
a unit in the campaign map
One concerned or interested in an affair; one who takes part with others; a participator; as, he was a party to the plot; a party to the contract.
Keywords:  french
Go away. (From the French)
Keywords:  dressing, occasion
an occasion for dressing up
Keywords:  story, different
a different story)
Keywords:  boundary, lots, erected, benefit, wall
Wall - A wall generally erected on a property boundary or between two lots for the common benefit and use of the property owners on either side.
a collection of independently associating individuals showing coordination in behavior
Keywords:  favoring, one
Partial; favoring one party; partisan.
Keywords:  advanced, class
a part of a class, its most advanced part
Keywords:  event, benefit
a benefit event
Keywords:  institution
an institution
Keywords:  portion
A part or portion.
Keywords:  phone, create, lines
Create a party line from 2 phone lines
Keywords:  together, help, players, working, unit
a unit of players working together to help each other
Keywords:  side, cause, interest
Cause; side; interest.