American Party


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Noun1.American Party - a former political party in the United StatesAmerican Party - a former political party in the United States; active in the 1850s to keep power out of the hands of immigrants and Roman Catholics
party, political party - an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
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The guides in Genoa are delighted to secure an American party, because Americans so much wonder, and deal so much in sentiment and emotion before any relic of Columbus.
And even when the Reds aren't playing and the manager isn't around his players who he loves, that smile is still on full showas highlighted by one fanin Las Vegas who asked Klopp to pose in a picture with him after spotting him at a casino in the American party city.
In its original conception, the ideal of the American party was a private association organized around principles that recommended candidates to the voters based on their character and commitment to the party agenda.
Occupation/career: Founder, American Party of America, 1995; chairman of the American National Committee.
The Gazzetta dello Sport reports Saturday that there is also another American party -- which it did not name -- interested in purchasing Milan.
Which American party did presidents Reagan and Bush represent?
One of the American party's, and the world's, greatest leaders, Ronald Reagan, was also a passionate and articulate advocate of strong families.
AN American party walked into the home of English rugby, watched by a former Asheswinning captain.
Therefore it became the first American party truly to open its arms to the Jewish immigrant masses, circa 1900.
The court seemed to be taking into consideration the hardships the ban would create for an "American party," such as a family member, whose relatives are denied entry, or for a university or employer, while also trying to consider the administration's arguments that it's necessary to do so in the interest of national security.
"Denying entry to such a foreign national does not burden any American party by reason of that party's relationship with the foreign national," the court said.

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