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tea party

1. n. a wild drinking party. (Like the Mad Hatter’s party in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.) There was a loud tea party going on in the corner booth when Marlowe came in.
2. n. something easy; a pleasant and unstressful event. The test was a real tea party. No sweat.
See also: party, tea
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The survey also found that the Tea Party, like the Religious Right, is heavily partisan, strongly leaning Republican.
Obama has not taken the Tea Party furor personally, and told Rolling Stone magazine in September that the Tea Party is ''a mixed bag of a lot of different strains in American politics that have been there for a long time.
But in reality, the Tea Party is not Pepenella's mysterious vehicle of democratic will, nor does it signal the emergence of an alternative to Republicans and Democrats.
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Ron Paul's tea party rally is being sponsored by the Tea Party Express, a national organization whose six simple principles the Drs.
Both candidates claim significant Tea Party credentials.
OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC (Ticket holders have access to a reserved viewing area on the Harborwalk) Destruction of the Tea at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum - 306 Congress St.
Lisa Corfield said: "Holding your own Blooming Great Tea Party is really easy to do.
The charity is hoping businesses, schools and communities will host Tea Parties between March 1 and 31, the biggest tea party month, to raise funds.
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.
And its is not too late to support the Brackenhall-based charity and host your own tea party in support of the hospice.
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.