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the policy of a political group

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a telephone line serving two or more subscribers

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Mr Evans said WEC's English, Scottish and Northern Irish counterparts worked across party lines, while it was "wedded to a Welsh Labour Party agenda".
Other changes, such as an attempt to make the amendment comply with existing civil rights laws, replacing the word "God" with "freedom of religion" and replacing Istook's language entirely with the current religion clauses of the First Amendment, were all rejected by the committee, usually along strict party lines.
That's why I wrote "Stand up against governments, against God"--the monotheist domination of consciousness that insists on its own party line.
crossed party lines to vote against the filibuster and for vouchers.
Because of his willingness to buck party lines, Kaza is a cipher to most mainstream political observers.
With no fee or signup process, users will have immediate access to a free phone number and extension - available for myriad of live multi-party functions such as web business conferences, party lines, and online live events.
Although Assemblyman Tony Strickland, R-Camarillo, disagreed with Hertzberg on many issues, he said Hertzberg was an energetic fighter for the Valley with the ability to cross party lines to work on some issues.
The Ultraphone installation in upstate Michigan is part of a large upgrade program to convert GTE customers from multi-party to single- party lines," said William J.
com) provides user-created directory listings of telephone party lines for like-minded people to dial-in and talk about shared interests as a group.
I guess they're trying to reach across party lines.
Although county supervisors are nonpartisan positions, the vote fell along party lines as Democrats Gloria Molina, Yvonne Brathwaite Burke and Zev Yaroslavsky voted yes and Republicans Michael D.
With no fee or signup process, users will have immediate access to a free phone number and extension -- available for myriad of live multi-party functions such as web conferences, party lines, and online events.
Super Tuesday's'' biggest prize is California's winner-take-all primary, but McCain could score a damaging upset by winning the popular vote ``beauty contest'' against Bush by appealing to independents and Democrats to cross party lines.
Having come to political awareness during cultural turmoil and the "failed" presidencies of Johnson, Nixon, Ford and Carter, this cohort is somewhat evenly split across party lines.
Voters can cross party lines in the presidential contests, but only party-registered voters' choices will be used to select delegates for a party nominee.