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Are you going to Sally’s birthday party?
There’s going to be a party to celebrate the completion of the project.
We’re having a big party for our twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
It’s Jane’s farewell party on Friday night.
It was his birthday and I’d planned a surprise party for him.
the two main political parties
a lifelong member of the Conservative party
The opposition parties had benefited from the problems of the ruling party.
the former party chairman
measures that have angered the party faithful
a rescue party
a coach party touring the Lake District
a party of tourists
the parties to the 1930 agreement
The planning team will announce details next week at a meeting for interested parties.