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a party at which tea is served

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This year's tea party took place on Friday June 23 and was attended by CMK Lettings staff, landlords, tenants, contractors, family and friends.
The launch of the event at The Place To Eat in the store included bucks fizz for customers, who heard about how to hold their own tea party, as well as a prize draw.
What is unusual about the Tea Party is how much of its leadership comes from women," writes Melissa Deckman, a professor of Public Affairs at Washington College in Maryland.
Hillary Clinton stands opposed to everything the tea party stands for, on the policy, political, and personal fronts," Martin said in a statement.
The charity is looking for volunteer tea party hosts and drivers in and around Morpeth, Cramlington, Ashington and Bedlington.
Whether it's a big garden party for family and friends or a small bake sale at work, every donation from a Blooming Great Tea Party will be helping Marie Curie nurses care for more people living with a terminal illness across the UK.
Of course not, that's why the tea party team will also be bringing along their very grand tablecloths, napkins, cake stands and other accessories to fit the vintage part.
Parker and Barreto present students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with an examination of the Tea Party movement in the politics of the United States, and offer a new interpretation of its aims and impacts.
Given the perception that the Tea Party has wielded a considerable amount of influence on the Republican Party since its formation, it is important to ascertain just how Tea Party supporters are different from Republicans who do not identify with the Tea Party.
But on the national stage, Cruz faces competition from other hopefuls with tea party bona fides: Scott Walker, Ben Carson and Rand Paul.
Synopsis: Republicans who support the Tea Party remain more engaged in this year's election process and are much more motivated than non-Tea Party Republicans and other Americans.
In response to a letter to the editor "Tea Party Republicans are fooling no one'' (Telegram & Gazette, June 28): The author must have been suffering from a case of dyspepsia, or the letter was written out of ignorance of what the Tea Party advocates -- small government, liberty and limited spending.
FUNDRAISERS are being urged to hold a tea party to raise cash for people living with terminal illnesses.
AS a local Marie Curie volunteer fundraiser I would like to invite everyone in Warwickshire to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care in June.
Tea party members and supporters are claiming victory in Republican primary elections for U.